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Insights on the Medication Adherence Systems & Technologies Global Market to 2025 – Players…

first_img DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 24, 2021– The “Medication Adherence: Systems, Technologies and Global Markets 2021” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This report is an analytical business tool whose primary purpose is to provide a thorough evaluation of the global market for medication adherence. Medication adherence systems include hardware-based systems (e.g., smart pill bottles, smart caps, automated pill dispensers, electronic trays, smart medical watches, smart medical alarms, wearable sensors and other packaging systems) and software-based internet applications (e.g., cloud-based databases, health programs, patient web portals, mobile medication management applications, etc.) designed to improve medication adherence associated with various chronic = diseases. Medication non-adherence remains a common healthcare problem across developed and developing nations. It is one of the major public health concerns because it adversely impacts patient outcomes, increases healthcare utilization and associated costs. Companies MentionedAbiogenixActualmeds Corp.Adheretech Inc.Adherium Ltd.Apothesource LlcCarespeak Communications Inc. (Now Part Of Optimizerx)Compliance Meds TechnologiesDosecue LlcDrfirst.Com Inc.E-Pill LlcEtectrxF65Health Net Inc.Healthera Ltd.Healthprize Technologies LlcInformation Mediary Corp.Mango Health Inc. (Trial Card)Manrex Ltd.MedacheckMedadvisor International Pty Ltd.Medcenter Systems LlcMedicpen AbMedminderMedvantx Inc.Memotext Corp.Mscripts LlcMymeds Inc.Omada Health Inc.OmnicellOptumhealth Inc.Pharmright Corp.Philips HealthcarePilldrill Inc.Quio Technologies LlcRxadvance Corp.RxanteSenticare Inc.Smrxt Inc.VaicaWest Pharmaceutical Services Inc. The study covers the following:Detailed description of medication adherence systems and technologies including software applications (apps).Demographics and cost burden of targeted chronic diseases.Market characterization, unmet need, market size and segmentation.Market drivers and restraints.Detailed market projections through 2025.Competition and market shares.Key marketed products along with information about their regulatory status.Strategic landscape (merger and acquisitions).Regulatory structure.Pricing and reimbursement.Observations and conclusions on the future of medication adherence systems and technologies.Profiles of market participants and associations. Report Includes:20 data tables and 16 additional tablesAn overview of the global markets and technologies for medication adherenceAnalyses of global market trends, with data from 2019, 2020, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2025Description of disease and economic burden, and cost and morbidity in chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases (CVD), musculoskeletal disorders, gastrointestinal/digestive diseases, and cancerDetails about adherence measurement, medication adherence and non-economic factors and methods to improve medication adherenceMarket share analysis of the medication adherence markets based on product/services, disease and regionIdentification of market drivers, restraints and other forces impacting the global market and evaluation of current market size, and market forecast of the medication adherence systems marketsDiscussion on advantages of software and mobile applications, and effectiveness of smartphone adherence apps on the general populationInformation on key marketed and pipeline products challenges to improving medication adherence with technology and future developments of the industryInsights into regulation and reimbursement scenarios including, U.S. FDA technical considerations, FDA policy for low-risk and general wellness devices and regulatory systems for medication adherence systems and applicationsA look at the key industry acquisitions, strategic alliances and market share analysis of the leading suppliers of the industry Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights Chapter 3 Target Diseases and DisordersCardiovascular Diseases (CVD)Angina PectorisStrokeHypertensionMusculoskeletal DisordersEpidemiology and Economic BurdenMortalityGastrointestinal/Digestive DiseasesEpidemiology and Economic BurdenMortalityCommon Gastrointestinal Diseases and DisordersBreast CancerDisease OverviewEpidemiology and Economic BurdenColorectal CancerDisease OverviewEpidemiology and Economic BurdenMortalityDiagnosis and TreatmentSmall-Bowel Tumors/DiseasesDisease OverviewEpidemiology and Economic BurdenDiagnosis and TreatmentHIV/AIDSDisease OverviewEpidemiology and Economic BurdenAsthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)Disease OverviewEpidemiology and Economic BurdenDiabetesDisease OverviewDisease Symptoms and Risk FactorsEpidemiology and Economic BurdenTypes of DiabetesObesityDisease OverviewMeasuring ObesityTypes of Obesity and Risk FactorsEconomic BurdenEpidemiology Chapter 4 Medication Nonadherence Chapter 5 Medication Adherence Systems Chapter 6 Software Applications Chapter 7 Market Size and Growth AnalysisMajor Developments Influencing the MarketTechnological DevelopmentsSocial Developments: Social Media and Rise of Smartphone UseDemographic and Economic Trends: Income Growth in Developing MarketsMarket Growth Drivers and RestraintsMarket Growth DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Size and Growth AnalysisMarket Size and Growth Analysis by SegmentMarket Size and Growth Analysis by Disease ApplicationMarket Size and Growth Analysis by Region Chapter 8 Competitive LandscapeIntroductionRecent Industry Activity Chapter 9 Regulatory Structure Chapter 10 Pricing and Reimbursement: Medical Devices Insights on the Medication Adherence Systems & Technologies Global Market to 2025 – Players Include Abiogenix, Actualmeds & Adheretech Among Others – ResearchAndMarkets.com TAGS  Facebook Twitter WhatsApp U.S.Health Insurance Portability and Accountability ActEuropeJapanOther Asian Countries Chapter 11 Company Profiles Chapter 12 Appendix A: Acronyms Chapter 13 Appendix B: Professional Organizations For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/v3o3au View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224005816/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: MEDICAL DEVICES HEALTH PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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Insect ID

first_imgHave you ever spotted a bug in your house and not known what it was?The University of Georgia Structural Pest Management Program (SPM) hosts annual integrated pest management (IPM) workshops focused on the home to help pest control operators identify and manage household pests.The fall 2018 Home IPM Workshop was held Aug. 9 at the UGA Griffin campus and included pest control operators from Georgia and Alabama.UGA entomologists and Georgia Department of Agriculture representatives made presentations at the workshop. Lecture topics included IPM basics, inspection tips, pesticide regulations, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) updates and record-keeping techniques. The afternoon session was held in the SPM insect identification lab and Georgia Structural Pest Control Training Center and focused on insect identification and management.“This is the only program around that offers hands-on learning,” said Kenneth Norris, owner of Norris Pest Control in Alabama. “There is a big difference between looking at images in a presentation and seeing the insects on a slide in person. All of our pest control operators attend these trainings.”The insect identification portion of the workshop highlighted the larval and adult stages of the most common pests found in homes, such as drugstore, saw-toothed grain and carpet beetles; rice weevils; fruit, humpbacked and drain flies; smokybrown cockroaches; springtails; and acrobat and Asian needle ants.“There are about 30,000 species of beetle that are brown or black,” said Dan Suiter, the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences entomologist who leads the workshops. “Insect identification is crucial because some beetles are indicator pests, which suggests there is another problem, like mold.”The workshop offers pest control state credits to operators. Georgia operators receive five Household Pest Control (HPC) credits. Alabama operators receive 10 HPC and Household Pest Control/Branch Supervisor (HPB) points. South Carolina operators receive eight continuing certification hour credits. Tennessee operators receive five C07, C08, C10 and C12 points.The UGA SPM offers 10 workshops a year. Five of these classes include an insect ID component.The fall 2019 Home IPM Workshop is set for August 2019. For more information on home IPM or to view other UGA workshop offerings, visit the SPM website at www.gabugs.uga.edu.last_img read more

Arteta: Squad strength vital for Arsenal

first_img The 31-year-old Spaniard, who came on as a late substitute for Aaron Ramsey, feels strength in depth will be vital. “We want players who are in the squad that can contribute and help the team to be successful. Every member of the squad is important and Nicklas is no different,” said Arteta. “He is an Arsenal player and while he is here, he will give 100 per cent. He will not be thinking or doing anything different. I think he likes playing here. “He has been working so hard since he joined us in pre-season, he got his chance against Hull and scored a very good goal.” There is little respite ahead for Arsenal who host fifth-placed Everton on Sunday, then face a difficult away assignment against Napoli for their final Champions League group match before a crunch clash at Manchester City on Saturday lunchtime. Arteta, though, insists the Gunners squad are brimming with confidence as they chase down a first trophy since 2005. “The difference to previous years is we are top of the league when by now we would be 10 or 12 points behind whoever was first before, that is a big difference,” he said. “The confidence and atmosphere is different and we want to maintain that. Press Association “Does it matter we don’t have the experience of winning the title before? No – as long as you have the quality, the ambition and togetherness that we have, I think we are in a good position to do it. “That is where we are and I think the Christmas period is going to be massively important.” German forward Lukas Podolski is set to join in with the first-team squad again as he steps up recovery from a hamstring injury, while Walcott could come into contention to start this weekend after being ill in the build-up to the Hull match. Midfielder Mathieu Flamini, meanwhile, is reported to have tweaked his groin on Wednesday night, and so will be assessed. With his forward options now boosted, Wenger again indicated he may not hit the January sales looking for another striker. Bendtner admits it has been “difficult” watching from the bench as Arsenal stormed to the top of the Premier League, but remains ready for whenever his next chance comes along. The 25-year-old Denmark forward could have left Arsenal in the last transfer window following several largely unsuccessful loan spells and he then hit the headlines with his off-field behaviour last month following a police caution for causing damage to an apartment building where he lives. Wenger feels Bendtner has the attributes to produce consistent performances if he is fully focused. “It is good to see that we can rely on Bendtner and he can come up with a performance,” Wenger said on Arsenal Player. “Everybody has done well. I feel for me it is easy and difficult. “Easy because no matter who plays, comes in and does very well, difficult because I have always to leave players out who deserve to play, but the attitude and togetherness is great, so that helps.” Hull boss Steve Bruce, meanwhile, accepted it was always going to be “a big ask” for his side to reproduce the type of performance which had seen them beat Liverpool 3-1 at home on Sunday. “You need the intensity and after Sunday, of course, we don’t have the luxury to make five or six changes,” he said. “But we still showed a little bit of something because we stuck at it. “At least we had a great resilience and never gave up, which is what you require from your team.” Arsenal will need every member of their squad to perform when called upon if they are to last the distance in the Barclays Premier League title race, according to midfielder Mikel Arteta. Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner, standing in for rested leading frontman Olivier Giroud, scored his first Arsenal goal since March 2011 when he headed the Gunners in front after just 90 seconds against Hull at the Emirates Stadium on the way to a 2-0 win. The result keeps Arsenal four points clear of nearest challengers Chelsea at the top of the table, and was achieved despite manager Arsene Wenger making several changes to the starting XI. The likes of England trio Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs were on the bench, along with club captain Thomas Vermaelen and vice-skipper Arteta. last_img read more

Other Sports ‘I could have died,” says paralysed Olympic champion Vogel

first_imgBerlin: “I know I will never walk again,” said cyclist Kristina Vogel on Wednesday at her first public appearance since an accident in June that left her paralysed.“Maybe I’ll win my 12th gold medal elsewhere,” added Vogel, who has won 11 world titles as well as two Olympic golds.“What do I have to feel sorry about?” the 27-year-old asked.“The situation is what it is, I will obviously find other goals.”Also Read | Virat Kohli finishes as world’s best batsman in ICC Test ranking Late last week she announced, in an interview with Der Spiegel magazine, that she was now paraplegic, after colliding at full speed with another cyclist training on the concrete track of the Cottbus velodrome.“Falling is part of cycling,” she said on Wednesday, sitting in a wheelchair.“I could have been dead, I was damn lucky.”Her spinal cord was severed at the seventh vertebra, and she has lost all feeling in the legs. On Wednesday she called a press conference at the Berlin clinic where she was treated.She cannot cycle, or even run.“That’s a fact,” she said.Read More | US Open: Australian cartoonist under fire for Serena sketch “I’m not a machine, there were times when I had to learn to let out the tears and I’ve never cried much,” she said. “It’s a stark break in life, a turn of 180 degrees. But I’m here, on two wheels or on four wheels. I do not have to hide. I would like to be independent.”For the first time since the accident, the doctors are allowing her to return home to her home town of Erfurt.“I’m looking forward to sleeping in my own bed again, cooking for myself, feeling my own walls around me, being alone with my partner.” she said. “I want to resume life and give up outside help as much as possible.”Vogel emotionally thanked her partner the track cyclist Michael Seidenbecher for his support “in the hardest weeks of my life.” She also thanked all those who had sent messages of support.“It touched me deeply, and it gave me positive energy,” she said. “I cried with joy when I came out of coma and discovered all the messages from all over the world.” Vogel won Olympic gold in the team sprint in London in 2012 and individual sprint in Rio in 2016.At the World Championships, she won golds in team sprint in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2018, individual sprint in 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018, and keirin in 2014, 2016 and 2017.“I wanted to improve my record,” she said. “It’s a dream that is now forbidden me. Maybe I’ll win my 12th gold medal elsewhere.” For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

New York-based teams sweep titles

first_img… Toronto Cup II climaxes with low-scoring affairsBy Frederick HalleyTORONTO, Canada –Three players who featured prominently in the Ontario Masters Cricket Clubs (OMSCC) inaugural Toronto Cup, were again at the forefront as their respective teams secured victories when the second edition climaxed at the picturesque University of Toronto ground here on Sunday.In 2015, skipper Anil Beharry, with a fine bowling display which earned him the man-of-the-match award, propelled New York Enforcers to the Open title. This time around, he was again brilliant with the ball as his team New York SVC Mafia defeated their counterparts New York Softball Cricket League (NYSCL) All Stars by five wickets to claim the Open championship.Similarly, it was the batting of former Guyana Under-19 player Troy Gobin and former Canadian player Desmond Cholmondeley with scores of 43 not out and 36 respectively which ensured Our Own’s success versus Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) two years ago.Donning colours for New York Hustlers on Sunday, Gobin (35 not out) and Cholmondeley unbeaten on 40, featured in an unbroken 75-run second-wicket stand which took their team to an easy nine-wicket win over the Ontario Masters Softball International (OMSI) and with it, the Masters crown.Unlike the previous day when the weather was unusually cold for this time of the year, Sunday was picture perfect for cricket but low scores were the order of the day as no teams reached a hundred.The all-New York Open affair, saw NYSCL All Stars bat first and bundled out for a paltry 84 in 19.3 overs with only three players reaching double figures, Jumadeen (15), Nigel Greaves (15) and former Guyana player Damodar Daesrath (11).SVC Mafia skipper Anil Beharry receives the winning Open trophy from Emma Sunich, daughter of Trophy Stall proprietor Ramesh Sunich.NYSCL started disastrously, losing both openers in the first over, Amar Singh (0) going via run-out and Vickey Subkaran (one) caught off the bowling of Sewchand Budhu. Thereafter, it was a struggle as SVC were never let off the hook as Beharry (two for eight), Azad Azeez (two for eight) and Budhu (two for 12) restricted them to 84.Needing just over fours runs per over to achieve victory, SVC Mafia batted sensibly to secure an easy win with four overs to spare, losing five wickets in the process. Rooplall Singh (18), Sarfraz Esau (15) and Budhu (14 not out) were the top scorers.It was all New York Hustlers in the day’s opening encounter as OMSI failed to live up to the pre-game hype, much to the disappointment of their home fans, after defeating pre-tournament favourites GFSCA in Saturday’s semi-final.Set 99 for victory, after dismissing OMSI for 98 in 19 overs, New York Hustlers raced to 100 for one in just 14 overs with Gobin and Cholmondeley sharing an enterprising second-wicket partnership of 75 after captain and former Guyana Under-19 player Shameer Sadloo (five) had departed in the sixth over with 25 on the board. The lone wicket went to Jesh Parasnauth.Earlier, a superb opening spell by Satrohan ‘Blade’ Balkarran, who sent back skipper Shiv Seeram and Sunil Dhaniram (0) in the fifth over, broke the back of the OMSI innings from which they never fully recovered.It took a sixth-wicket stand of 37 between Parasnauth (29) and Terry Mathura (eight) to bring some respectability to the score but once the two departed the innings folded quickly. Parasnauth, who dominated the partnership, struck three fours.Balkarran was ably supported by Eustace Dodson who claimed the last four wickets for a mere 10 runs from his two overs while Ronald Evelyn chipped in with two for 27 from his four.At the impressive presentation ceremony which followed, the victorious team in the Masters category received US$2500 and the trophy while they were also in receipt of an additional US$500, compliments of Canada-based Guyanese Surendra Persaud. Runners-up OMSI collected US$300 and a trophy.The Open category saw SVC Mafia receive US$2000 and a trophy while the runners-up got US$200 and a trophy. Beharry was named man-of-the-match for his impressive bowling in the Open final while Budhu gained the Most Valuable Player award for his nine wickets and score of 84 runs from four games.Dodson copped the man-of-the-match in the Masters division while Balkarran’s sterling bowling efforts, which saw him bag 10 wickets for 37 runs in five matches, earned him the MVP award.Shiv Seeram, the only player to score a century in the tournament, was awarded for his magnificent undefeated 114.All the trophies and medals were sponsored by Trophy Stall (Guyana) and Toronto and on hand to assist with the presentation were proprietor Ramesh Sunich and daughter Emma.last_img read more

New drive to inspire women and girl golfers

first_img9 Oct 2014 New drive to inspire women and girl golfers England Golf has launched a drive to attract more women and girls to play the game and join golf clubs.It’s being led by Lauren Spray, the new Women and Girls’ Participation Manager, who is herself a keen golfer and huge enthusiast for the game.“There are so many reasons to play golf,” said Lauren (pictured). “There are lots of health and fitness benefits, it’s something you can do with family and friends and you can enjoy the great outdoors on hundreds of different courses across the country.”The England Golf Strategic Plan 2014-17 aims to increase participation and club membership and it highlights the current state of the women’s game, showing that only 15 per cent of the membership is female. This is in contrast to the average in Europe where women and girls make up around 30 per cent of club membership.In addition, latest participation figures from Sport England show that 113,300 women and girls are regular, once-a-week golfers, compared with almost 600,000 men.England Golf will support clubs to attract more women into the game with a targeted programme to grow female participation and membership, which will be launched in 2015. Guidance on good practice will also be available to clubs. Support for junior girls will also form part of England Golf’s Club Junior Offer.  Details will be available soon on the England Golf website.A Women and Girls’ Advisory Group is also being created to support Lauren’s work. This will include up to eight volunteers who will help to shape the content and delivery of women and girls’ activity.Applications are invited and the closing date for applications is 31 October 2014.Lauren has a degree in golf management from Birmingham University and is working towards her Masters. She has been a member of the England Golf Partnership’s Youth Panel, which gives young golfers a voice in the development of the game, and now helps to lead it. Before taking on this role she worked for the Nottinghamshire Golf Partnership as the Get into golf officer and for the PGA as a regional coach development officer.She has played golf since she was about 12, has a scratch handicap and represents Nottinghamshire where she’s a member at Stanton on the Wold and at Notts Ladies’ – and is ladies’ champion at both.  “I like to play golf both socially with my friends and to compete,” she said. “Golf is great because the handicap system means players of all different abilities can enjoy playing together.”last_img read more