An innovative approach to Medication Adherence

Medication non-adherence comes with a $290 Billion price tag. As many as 75% of Americans report having difficulty taking their medications as prescribed. When patients are non-adherent, they aren’t as healthy as they should be, which in turn results in poorer health outcomes, decreased Health Plan performance and lost revenue.

Medications don’t work if they aren’t taken

Just because a prescription is dispensed doesn’t mean that it’s taken as prescribed. Healthcare organizations have long struggled to increase Medication Adherence and choosing a trusted partner is far from easy.

 

Simple methods of reviewing claims data and conducting outreach with an impersonal call center no longer satisfies or delights your members. A new, innovative approach to conducting Medication Adherence interventions is needed.

A revolutionary approach to boosting Medication Adherence rates

As a company founded by pharmacists for pharmacists, we at Aspen RxHealth understand why Medication Adherence is so critically important. That’s why we use technological innovation to empower pharmacists to provide direct consultative care and boost Medication Adherence. 

 

Our nationwide network of over 7,000 pharmacists carries over 65 different specialty/clinical certifications, and undergo continuous education and training to ensure they consistently deliver consultations that keep people healthier:

  • Diabetic adherence management: Consistent administration of medications is сritical to keeping diabetes in check and avoiding future complications. Our pharmacists use predictive models to proactively ensure that diabetic populations remain adherent.
  • HIV management: Proper dosing, administration, and adherence is integral for HIV drugs regimens—not only due to their high cost, but because correct usage is necessary for condition-specific management. Our pharmacists educate, consult, and inform members and patients on the importance of their HIV medications and the proper way to use them.
  • Behavioral health outreach: When a member or patient is beginning a new medication such as an anti-depressant, our pharmacists conduct regular check-in consultations to ensure that the medication is working properly, document any side effects, and encourage consistent adherence.

A faster way to meaningful results

Our elastic workforce model enables us to design and implement these programs faster and more efficiently than the competition. In fact, we’re providing our clients 30% greater efficiency than traditional vendors while maintaining a CMS compliance rate of over 99%