How our solutions work
Support your patients and their caretakes in managing medical treatment with our app, text message or call set up.
The app shows scheduled doses and sends out reminders via notifications from the app, text messages or by automated calls depending on preferences. The app can be adapted to your brand, IT system and needs.
Another option is to send out reminders via text message or automated calls without the use of the app.
Our package solutions make it possible to know when a pill is taken out from the package which can adapt the reminders to only be sent out when a pill is not taken.
Collect real-time adherence data automatically with our smart package solutions or through manual registration with our app, text message or call set up.
Our packaging solutions use electronic monitoring to automatically log when a pill is taken out from the packages without the need of any intermediary like internet, Bluetooth or NFC. It consists of a device and a board with electrical traces which is connected to a blister. When a pill is taken out an electrical trace breaks which is measured by the device. The package solutions can be adapted to fit diverse types of blisters.
Our app collects data when a dose is marked as taken. Other data such as food intake can also be logged. Our two-way text messaging and call system registers when a dose is taken when a PATIENT responds to the text message or automated call.
Get an overview of real-time adherence data from our analytics dashboard which allows a follow-up of the adherence behavior of every patient. The dashboard crunches the numbers of your PATIENTS and transforms raw, individual adherence data into actionable insights. The data can be collected from our package solutions, app, text message or call set up.
The dashboard is managed by administrative healthcare users who can see in real time if an extra intervention or counseling with a patient is necessary.
Get reminders according to preferences
Follow adherence and log dose and food intakes
Describe experiences by writing notes