Adherence Pilot Study - MedaCube

MedaCube Clients Take Their Meds on Time and in the Right Dosage

The following chart shows patients by number (1–18) and their adherence as a % of medications taken as prescribed. The blue “Baseline” is each patient’s adherence at the start of the study. The green columns show adherence results for each patient after 60 days with MedaCube. The patients are continuing to exhibit adherence of over 97% on average consistently after 18 months with MedaCube.

All patients in the study are on two or more medications. They have been chosen from pools of organ transplant and at risk for organ rejection in the event of medication non-compliance patients, Parkinson’s disease or other movement disorder patients that require frequent medication dosing, and others with high risk of hospital readmission due to medication regimen confusion. Read Rochester Business Journal Article

Medication non-adherence is putting health at risk

The cost of medication non-adherence:

  • 23% of nursing home admissions

  • $300 billion dollars per year in the US

  • 125,000 deaths annually

  • 12% of hospital admissions

  • Increased number of ED visits

  • Loss of independence

Medication non-adherence is putting health at risk

The cost of medication non-adherence:

  • 23% of nursing home admissions

  • $300 billion dollars per year in the US

  • 125,000 deaths annually

  • 12% of hospital admissions

  • Increased number of ED visits

  • Loss of independence

Medication non-adherence is putting health at risk

The cost of medication non-adherence:

  • 23% of nursing home admissions
  • $300 billion dollars per year in the US
  • 125,000 deaths annually
  • 12% of hospital admissions
  • Increased number of ED visits
  • Loss of independence