Improve patient adherence and reduce costs

Over 185 million Americans have conditions that require medications to be taken for treatment, and about half of the population do not take their medications as instructed(1). The impact is significant. Non-adherence accounts for 30-50% of treatment failures, 125,000 deaths(2), $100 billion in excess hospitalizations, and up to $300 billion in avoidable medical spending each year(3).

Peoplechart helps clinicians and health care organizations optimize outcomes and reduce the overall cost of care by providing actionable, real-time medication adherence solutions that engage the patient, the care team and the physician in ways that truly matter. Our applications automate the tracking of medication fills (adherence) with the capture of retail pharmacy and PBM data and measure the impact of medication therapy on health outcomes through condition-specific lab data. Patient-reported information on reasons behind poor adherence helps to personalize the focus of any intervention. Our focus on adherence, medication efficacy, and health outcomes makes for a powerful solution in securing improved outcomes and reduced cost.

By identifying patients who are most at risk of declining health and likely to need costly services, we help organizations prioritize care team resources in ways that can have the most impact on outcomes and costs. The result is better informed clinicians, healthier patients, and lowered cost of care. Learn more about the Peoplechart difference.

Benefit from our solutions

Peoplechart is particularly well-suited to healthcare systems, particularly ACOs and hospital systems transitioning to quality/value-based payment arrangements and managing ED use, admissions and readmissions in the most efficient manner. We are also appropriate for physician and primary care practices where delivery processes and targets are linked to payment. Regardless of the complexity of the system and diversity IT systems, our unique applications are designed to help organizations achieve quality performance targets, manage TME (total medical expenses) and realize optimal reimbursement. Learn more about our impact.

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  1. Marie T. Brown, Jennifer K. Bussell. "Medication Adherence: WHO Cares?" April 2011.
  2. Dorothy L. Smith. "Compliance Packaging; a patient education tool, American Pharmacy, Vol. NS29, No 2." February 1989.
  3. New England Healthcare Institute (NEHI). "Thinking Outside the Pillbox: A System-Wide Approach to Improving Patient Medication Adherence for Chronic Disease." August 2009.