DayaMed’s solution has been shown to improve patients' medication adherence by 280% above the national average.
Many factors can keep patients from taking their medicines – from vaguely written prescriptions and pharmacy inaccuracies to patient forgetfulness, confusion, and even physical & mental challenges.
Our innovative technology platform is a patient-centred, customized communication hub that revolutionizes the way patients experience the pharmacy process and interact with their medication regimen and caregivers.
Arthur is designed especially for patients with chronic or acute conditions and organizations deploying value-based population health solutions.
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
We have the solution for patients taking their medicine!
Using mobile apps may be feasible for promoting drug adherence in all!
Study results from the Journal of Medical Internet Research indicated that medication adherence by way of reminders on mobile devices for patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and their caregivers may have validity.
Learn how DayaMed's Arthur and medPod can help.
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Being a caregiver is tough enough. Dayamed has a solution to help!
Medication history, reminders, deliveries, and coordinating care with providers and caregivers have never been easier for Caregivers with our Arthur application.
Our mobile application can get real-time medication reconciliation through local pharmacies.
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Electronic Medication Monitors May Improve Inhaler Adherence in Asthma
Smart pills and the future of medicine. Insights from your insides!
A new generation of tech-enabled pills is aiming to help measure adherence in people taking medicines regularly. When the patient swallows the pill and it hits their stomach, the acid environment activates the pill's onboard sensor. The pill then signals to a wearable patch or lanyard that the medication has been taken.
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Dashboards Drive Better Medication Management!
Two new studies have underscored that clinical dashboards can be a powerful medication management tool—in one case during yet another surge in COVID-19 cases.
A real-time clinical dashboard to monitor patients taking tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) inhibitor drugs could save the Durham Veterans Affairs Health Care System at least $302,000 per year and potentially improve medication adherence and patient safety, according to a poster presented at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy 2020 virtual annual meeting.
Taking your medicine should be simple! That's why we created Arthur and medPod®
Fighting poor medication adherence in the European Union
Nowadays, European citizens can obtain a great amount of information (online and offline) about any medicine. However, this information is in many cases unreliable and difficult to understand, encouraging medication nonadherence. As already published by the OECD, poor medication adherence leads to more than 200,000 premature deaths in Europe every year.
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4 ways a pharmacist can help manage your health
Pharmacists pride themselves as being ranked consistently among the most trusted and accessible professionals in healthcare. According to a census reported by the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 91% of Americans live within five miles of a community pharmacy. Pharmacists are committed to medication safety and effectiveness by dispensing accurate prescriptions and providing patients the education necessary to take their medications as prescribed and safely. Increasingly, pharmacies have expanded their roles outside just filing your prescriptions from your doctor.
Learn about Dyamed pharmacy solutions.
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