Before starting your next clinical study, consider these facts about medication adherence.

Failure to confirm efficacy,
example: HIV therapy
When self-reporting, 90% reported that they adhere to treatment. When pill-counting it turns out 86%of the patients were adhering to treatment, not 90%. When taking plasma samples through blood tests it turned out only 30% were adhering to treatment, a far less percentage than what was reported by the patients themselves and through pill-counting.
Source: Marrazzo JM; VOICE Study Team. “Tenofovir-based preexposure prophylaxis for HIV infection among African women”. N Engl J Med. Article. 2015. Nov. 2020.
Adherence based on returned-products counts
Adherence based on returned-products counts
Adherence based on returned-products counts

Our medication
adherence solutions

Treatment support

Support patients and their caretakers in managing medical treatments and help them to take the right dose at the right time with our app, text messaging or automated phone calls.

Data collection

Collect real-time data with our packaging solutions that automatically register when a pill is taken out or through manual registration via our app, text message or automated phone calls.

Data overview

Get an overview of real-time data of your patients' adherence and actionable insights with our data analytics dashboard.

We help you increase adherence.