Digital Framework Strategy for Patient Medication Adherence and Improvement in Medical Healthcare Centre Offa, Kwara State
Asian Journal of Research in Computer Science,
The prospect behind digital transformation strategies makes the healthcare systems more safe, affordable, and accessible with remarkable opportunities. The reasons why patients decided to have negative medication adherence became a critical challenge in the healthcare system. This study presents a Digital Framework Strategy DSF for patient medication adherence to improve patient health during the treatment regime. A case study of the Federal Polytechnic Medical centre and clinical activities of Offa General Hospital examines the existing treatment of chronic diseases. The cloud-based server revolves around Convolution Neural Network (CNN) feature to perform a real-time collection of data and analytics of patient information. When thoroughly combined, the CNN of the neural network has a model of the application, which will form part of the desired output. This output presents a level of patient medication adherence within the parameters—the data around the enclosed sources. The approach data was acquired with the patient wearing a sensor and smartphone devices. The model throughputs presented detailed analytics of individual patient adherence behaviors. The result of CNN performance revealed 96.99% accuracy of medication adherence level on a tested dataset collation, and the essence of digital framework analytics helped the healthcare workers (HCW) and healthcare providers to make prompt decisions on patients’ medical conditions.
- Digital transformation
- medication adherence
- healthcare provider
- chronic diseases
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