News Story Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Interesting study about Hepatitis C medication adherence.

Research has identified 3 main prongs for low medication adherence among hepatitis C patients, including low awareness of the importance of adherence, according to a paper published in the Journal of Primary Care & Community Health.
See the study here.


News Story Monday, April 19, 2021

Caregivers now have an option that makes the dosing process manageable and straightforward, thanks to Arthur and medPod®.

Taking medicine as prescribed is essential for controlling chronic conditions, treating temporary conditions, and overall long-term health and well-being.

Find out how our technology can help!


News Story Friday, April 16, 2021

Good article on Drug nonadherence!

any people forget to take a dose of their medication occasionally. Drug nonadherence, not taking medications as prescribed, is common, dangerous, and costly. 

Article here:


This year marks the 100th anniversary of insulin discovery.


Ontario Pharmacists Association (OPA) is proud to announce a partnership with BD Canada and Ascensia Diabetes Care to celebrate the momentous anniversary and highlight the important involvement of pharmacy professionals in managing the disease.

Check out the series of online events and programs.


News Story Monday, April 12, 2021

Studies assessing adherence to chronic medications have reported an average adherence rate of 50%.

Medication nonadherence remains an unresolved public health issue in the United States and is a significant source of morbidity, mortality, and increased healthcare costs for patients with chronic disease states.

Studies assessing adherence to chronic medications have reported an average adherence rate of 50%.

Failure to adhere to prescribed medication regimens costs the US health care system more than $100 billion each year for otherwise avoidable hospitalizations.

See study here


News Story Wednesday, April 07, 2021

DayaMed is working with some of the best brands globally!

They empower, deploy, and support the Arthur platform across the world.

Together we are changing the way population health and pharmacy are experienced one patient at a time.
Stay tuned for press releases and more.


News Story Monday, April 05, 2021

Comparing Methods of Detecting Treatment Adherence in Severe Asthma

“Low adherence is a common problem in severe asthma, whether measured directly or self-reported,” the study authors wrote. “We report poor agreement between the two methods suggesting some disassociation between self-assessment of medication adherence and regular oral corticosteroid use, which suggests that each approach may provide complementary information in clinical practice.”

Study here


News Story Wednesday, March 31, 2021

DayaMed's Arthur App is perfect for Hospitals!

Get medication history, reminders, deliveries, and coordinating care with providers and caregivers is easy.

Our application can also get real-time medication reconciliation through local pharmacies.
Learn more here.


News Story Monday, March 29, 2021

How Medication Non-Adherence Impacts Brand Management


Non-adherence to medication regimens is arguably the most debilitating of barriers to patient wellbeing. According to one estimate, as many as 275,000 patients die globally each year due to non-adherence. Lack of adherence is also a critical barrier to pharmaceutical business growth, costing the global pharmaceutical industry in excess of $1T annually.

Article and study here!


News Story Thursday, March 25, 2021

Arthur has real-time pharmacy logistics! DayaMed's partnership with FedEx provides same-day delivery and reverse logistics.

This partnership offers existing pharmacy customers an exclusive platform for same-day delivery of medications and consumer products with real-time tracking.

Learn more here.


Interesting study on electronic caps!


“Suboptimal medication adherence is a serious problem in the treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases,” Linda Hartman, MSc, of Amsterdam UMC and Vrije University, in the Netherlands, and colleagues wrote. “Medication adherence, generally defined as the extent to which a person’s behavior (taking medication in our case) corresponds with agreed recommendations from a health care provider, is often below 50% in patients with chronic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.




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