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1. Study: Activity trackers unlikely to help people become more active
According to a new study from the Duke-NUS Medical School, activity trackers are unlikely to help people become more active, especially given that most stop wearing the devices within a few weeks or months. ePharm Brief
2. Text campaign aims to deter young people from Rx abuse
DoSomething.org and the CVS Health Foundation have launched a new campaign called Explain the Pain Text. ePharm Brief
3. Convenience top telehealth motivator
Consumers are interested in using telehealth as a replacement or complement to in-person care, citing convenience as the top motivator, according to a joint survey of active healthcare users conducted by the American Telemedicine Association and WEGO Health. ePharm Brief
4. Women account for most healthcare shoppers
The top five healthcare procedures people shop for include lab work, mammograms, MRIs, colonoscopies, and CT scans, according to Vitals' Shopping Report, which analyzed the activity of more than 1 million members in its SmartShopper program from January to July. ePharm Brief
5. PrescribeWellness onboard for community pharmacists med management
The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) says PrescribeWellness, a cloud-based health services company, has become the official medication synchronization technology of the NCPA's Simplify My Meds® program. ePharm Brief
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