RxWiki Adherence

Information Persistence Delivers Adherence

In the United States, non-adherence to prescribed therapy is estimated to cause about 125,000 deaths per year, at least 10% of hospitalizations, and a substantial increase in morbidity and mortality. Non-adherence has been estimated to cost the U.S. healthcare system between $100 billion and $289 billion each year.

RxWiki’s Adherence program enables pharmacists to better collaborate with patients to reduce costs, increase medication adherence, and improve overall health outcomes. The Adherence program integrates four patient touch points into one program designed to deliver results.  The program includes:

  • Pharmacist-published medication encyclopedia
  • Social media channel integration
  • Point-of-sale patient education
  • Website tools
  • Mobile apps to engaged “Pre-refill-Patients”

The RxWiki Adherence program has been designed with patients’ needs in mind, taking into account feedback directly from their pharmacist. The program is based on each pharmacy’s dispensing information, the patient’s health condition, the relevant therapy(s), and demographics . Moreover, RxWiki’s Adherence program does not utilize PHI to deliver ROI to sponsors and can be geo-targeted to specific areas.

RxWiki Adherence offering includes:

Point-of-Sale: RxWiki Educate

Digital Patient Education: RxWiki Notify

Mobile Patient Education: RxWiki Mobile

The synchronization of digital patient education and medication therapy alerts within the care delivery workflow delivers a superior user experience. Which improves patient adherence!

Research has shown digitally-connected patients are more confident and knowledgeable about their medication therapy. These Pre-refill Patients are motivated to improve health outcomes while reducing the overall cost of care.

If you have any questions or would like RxWiki’s Adherence Program information, please contact Rob Koeppl at Advertise@RxWiki.com.

Last Updated: November 24, 2013