The time is right to explore how sensor-enabled digital adherence monitoring systems can benefit patients, sponsors, and payers. Non-adherence to prescribed medications is a key issue facing our healthcare industry, costing the US healthcare economy between $100-300 billion annually, representing between 3-10% of total healthcare costs.1,2 Further, non-adherence also decreases our ability to capture dose-response […]Read More
Author: Jonathan Knights
Dr. Knights received undergraduate degrees in chemistry and mathematics from Connecticut College (New London, CT), and later received his PhD in Pharmaceutical Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo (Buffalo, NY), where his research focused on developing and applying algorithms capable of ingesting much larger data sets than traditional pharmacometric analyses had considered previously. His expertise lies at the interface of pharmacometrics, computer science, and applied mathematics. He has published in the areas of pharmacometrics, information theory, digital medicine, and clinical trial innovations. When not wrestling with computational problems, he enjoys traveling and exploring new places.