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Apply QR Code to Application for Correct Medication

Chia-Li Chen, Teresa L. Ju and Huang Der-Feng
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Chia-Li Chen: Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Teresa L. Ju: Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Huang Der-Feng: Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

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Abstract: In recent years, the popularity of smart phones is trend. There are many funny games and community software. But one can provide users with effective drug-use management software, will be more meaningful. Especially for seniors and chronic diseases, we designed a phone application (APPs) to provide easy to use and quickly control good health. The World Health Organization(WHO) had published a report that patients do not take medicine prescribed by your doctor on a regular basis is a global problem, also referred to Saba Te doctors stressed regularly take medicine, is key to successful treatment. But seniors always forgot to take medicine. With the current popularity of smart phones, the design simple operation and meaningful mobile applications, allowing senior citizens easy to use smart phone, but also to gain control of their health. Our mobile system combined with the QR code applications, to play a greater function. Senior citizens will recover health quickly. Medical resources are not wasted.

Keywords: correct medication usage; QR-code; mobile application; elderly (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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