IQVIA Study-The Growing Value of Digital Health
In a recent study conducted by the prominent IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science (previously QuintilesIMS), designated Medisafe as the “Top Free & Publically Available App for Medication Management.” The report, entitled “The Growing Value of Digital Health: Evidence and Impact on Human Health and the Healthcare System,” highlights Medisafe’s leadership position in an industryRead more.
Case Study: Medisafe Platform, App Increase Medication Adherence
The following originally appeared in Population Health News July 2017 issue (Volume 4, Issue 7), published by Health Policy Publishing, LLC. Objectives: Evaluate the impact of Medisafe on a cohort of patients with hypertension, hyperlipidemia or Evaluate the uses of digital technology for managing chronic illnesses Program Description: Founded in 2012, Medisafe is a leadingRead more.
Inc.: Could AI Be a Game-Changer for SMBs?
Excerpt: Not too long ago, it was the stuff of scary science fiction, but today artificial intelligence–AI–is fast becoming a useful and accessible technology. It’s still in its early stages, so larger organizations with significant IT budgets have been the early adopters. But affordable “pre-trained” generic services that use third-party data and are suitable forRead more.
Medisafe Improves Adherence and Lowers Costs For Chronic Disease Patients
Medisafe collaborated with IMS Health to conduct a study evaluating med adherence among Medisafe users with hypertension, hyperlipidemia and diabetes against a control group.Read more.
The Impact of Medisafe’s ‘Medfriend’ caregiver feature on Adherence
Medisafe analyzed 1,617 non-adherent active users two weeks before and two weeks after they added a Medfriend. 71% of users improved medication adherence after adding a Medfriend.Read more.
Tracking Measurements on Medisafe correlated with Improved Blood Pressure
Medisafe app users experienced significant improvements in their blood pressure levels over a 30-day period, with stage 2 hypertensives decreasing their systolic blood pressure by 25.3 mmHg.Read more.
Dear Pharma: Why do you want to build your own adherence app?
Excerpt: “Plato was right. Necessity is the mother of invention. In my [Omri’s] case, necessity was a matter of life and death. My father, diabetic and hypertensive for nearly 20 years, didn’t feel well one Friday afternoon and couldn’t remember if he had taken his medications that day. After telling him that I hadn’t seenRead more.
Study: Mobile Phone Apps to Improve Medication Adherence: A Systematic Stepwise Process to Identify High-Quality Apps
Originally published in JMIR Mhealth and Uhealth (http://mhealth.jmir.org), 02.12.2016 Study Rationale and Background Medication nonadherence leads to an estimated 125,000 deaths and costs $100 billion annually in the US. There is a vast pool of tools, including medication adherence apps, which are now available to help patients manage their regimens. However, many of these appsRead more.
Study: Navigating the Flooded Adherence App Marketplace: Rating the Quality of Medication Adherence Apps
The University of Arkansas College of Pharmacy conducted an independent review of available medication adherence apps. The results showed Medisafe as being the premier tool available. Read more.