Adherence Management

Unified digital adherence technology platform capable of supporting the use of multiple WHO-approved Digital adherence technologies (DATs).  DATs are affordable technologies designed to empower patients to take their daily medication at a time and place that suits them best and digitally record each dose on the platform. Real-time adherence information helps the healthcare staff to individualize treatment support and identify high-risk patients who may need additional in-person support.

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Technologies Supported on the Platform

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99DOTS

The patient receives their medication in customized packaging. On a daily basis, patients make a toll-free call or text a code to automatically log their daily dose.

VOT

  • Synchronous VOT (S-VOT) allows patients to engage with their provider via live video conference to observe medication intake in real-time remotely.        

  • Asynchronous VOT (A-VOT) allows patients to record videos of themselves ingesting each medication dose, which are automatically synced with the adherence platform to be further reviewed by the patient’s health care provider.

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Smart Pill Boxes

The patient is provided with a specially-designed box to store their medication. Every time the patient opens the box, the embedded device sends a signal and automatically logs the daily dose.

Features

Integration of multiple DATs in a single user interface

Optimized for low resource settings

Possible to use different patient appropriate technologies

Protocol based follow up

Virtual care through medication reminders and motivational messages to patients

Self reporting of adherence for patients with smartphones.

Customizable Reports and Dashboards for policy and decision-makers

Disease and scale agnostic 

Benefits

Enables differentiated care based on patient-specific adherence data.

Improved patient-centered approach & system feedback

Geography based support for adherence data

Ability to link with existing health information systems