The City of Baltimore Health Department and Baltimore-based mobile care platform developer emocha Mobile Health will be launching a pilot program aimed at easing the burden of tuberculosis care monitoring on the city's provider community.
The health department will use emochas medication adherence app, miDOT, to help tuberculosis patients adhere to their medication regimen while also fulfilling CDC-required Directly Observed Therapy (DOT).
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