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nGageIT’s Digital Medicine Solution reduces Clinical Trial costs

Revolutionizing the Clinical Trial Industry is a $65 Billion opportunity for nGageIT nGageIt Digital Medicine detects the medications taken from the “breath” of patients using their revolutionary NanoSmart breaths sensor technology. nGageIT’s solution allows patients in clinical trials to be monitored “truly” digitally in a verifiable manner. nGageIT facilitates “site-less” clinical trials by detecting the...

Sensor Technology Aims to Improve Medication Adherence
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Sensor Technology Aims to Improve Medication Adherence

Sensors and devices being developed by nGageIT Digital Health Solutions can track patient use of oral solid-dosage or injectable drugs. Mar 16, 2018 By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors     Nano-enabled technology and sensor platforms from nGageIT Digital Health Solutions will allow verification that medications are ingested or injected correctly, and on schedule, using a smart...

Noninvasive injection detection system iSenz completes validation trials, seeks commercialization
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Noninvasive injection detection system iSenz completes validation trials, seeks commercialization

  Keeping track of insulin dosage and figuring out the right injection angle can be a challenge for people living with diabetes. A new company called nGageIT Digital, has just finished validation trials for its new product, iSenz, a smart noninvasive injection monitoring system that aims to help people correctly angle their injections.  “[iSenz] modernized...

Take Your Medicine – Low Medication Adherence Costs $300 Billion
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Take Your Medicine – Low Medication Adherence Costs $300 Billion

Medication adherence has been a vexing issue in healthcare delivery, and a new study shows there is a distinct cost associated with either taking or not taking your medicine properly. Companies developing smart medication technology such as nGageIT Digital Medicine aim to solve this $300 billion dollar problem. The study, which was published in the American Journal of...