Gamification moving from early science to patient use

By CenterWatch
Published: September 2016

The concept of gamification is helping to solve complex scientific problems while offering patients incentives to comply with their medical regimens through mobile gaming systems that reward adherence, help diagnose illnesses, explain clinical trials and recruit patients. Researchers hope that these kinds of games can train the brain to improve being mindful, aware and alert. Developers would like to make a positive and rewarding experience through good thought patterns and sharp cognitive functions.

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