A pharmacist-led smartphone app helps prevent against medication-related health problems in individuals who have received a kidney transplant in an initial pilot program. The unnamed app is being developed by researchers affiliated with the Medical University of South Carolina. A small pilot study found that participants using the app were 61% less likely to experience a medication error compared to a control group. Those using the app were 45% less likely to experience serious side effects and 54% less likely to be hospitalized over the 12 months of the study. The mobile app provided an accurate medication regimen . . .