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As a health professional, you know that digital health tools, such as wearables and apps, abound. You hope these help patients adhere to medication, monitor their blood pressure, manage their diet and other treatment, maintenance and prevention tasks which take place outside of the clinical encounter, and have an effect on health outcomes. You also know that these tools are not always effective. In fact, a systematic review found that only 39% of randomized control trials using mobile health to promote adherence to medication reported significant improvements between groups.

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