Habitual Hypertension Medication Adherence in Arizona

Habitual Hypertension Medication Adherence in Arizona

Experimental: Wellth + Habit Training
Participants will also be eligible for $30 at the end of three consecutive 30-day periods ($90 in total) if they submit daily evidence of their medication adherence habit using the Wellth app (i.e. one photo that provides evidence of pill-taking and one photo that provides evidence of their contextual cue, which participants will select and specify on their comprehension survey at the start of the study). Similar to T1, participants will lose $2 (from their $30 total) for every day they miss a check-in with the Wellth app within a 4-hour window around the time of day of their choosing at the start of each 30-day period. Participants will not have to pay money, i.e. they lose $2 per missed check-in from the $30 of incentives until their incentives equal $0. Thus, participants will be ineligible for any financial incentives if they miss more than 15 days in a 30-day period, where this group’s check-in includes one photo of pill-taking and one photo of their contextual cue.
Other: Wellth app
The Wellth app will be provided to treatment groups 1 and 2 for free and it is available for download through all common mobile app stores for both iOS and Android phones. The Wellth App is a private company that serves over five million clients that range from patients of healthcare providers and beneficiaries of various health insurance companies to employees of large corporations, where the Wellth App is offered as a behavioral tool for increasing meditation adherence among individuals who are managing chronic conditions through daily meditations, e.g. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, and HIV. The Wellth App has already been offered to some members of Arizona Complete Health, so both Wellth and Arizona Complete Health are familiar with implementing this program among this target population.
Behavioral: Habit training
Participants in treatment groups 1 and 2 will be asked to identify an existing routine behavior that will act as a “cue” for their daily pill-taking behavior to. However, only participants in treatment group 2 will have to submit visual evidence of their cue to the Wellth app in addition to photos of their medication in order to receive credit for the medication check-in (i.e., financial incentives conditional on using their cue).

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January 6, 2023Comments OffCardiology | Cardiology Clinical Trials | Cardiology Studies | ClinicalTrials.gov | Drug Trials Near Me | US National Library of Medicine
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