We have elevated adherence
from levels of 50% to sustainable levels
of 96% and above.
Our Customers Testimonials
” I am Diabetic and aware of the importance of being compliant and take the medications as prescribed and on time. SimpleMed released me from this worry “
” The idea and the implementation of SimpleMed prevents mistakes and is
essential for my mother who forgets to take hers “
” I am 86 years old and take 5 prescription medications twice a day.
I am using SimpleMed for over a year now and it reduced my daily anxiety “
” At the end of the project we had a 100% medication adherence and this result is maintained until today. “
Coordenador Médico de TI – Unimed BH
” Using the medication adherence platform demonstrated more than expected return for each dollar invested “
Dr. Massanori S.
Director Santa Helena Group
” The SimpleMed+ platform complement our market offer and adds innovation to our processes “
Diretor do Laboratório Buenos Ayres
” The use of SimpleMed+ as part of our medication adherence strategy is a differentiator in the personalized service we give to our clients “
Director do Laboratório Buenos Ayres
” For a provider using your portal, I find it incredibly intuitive and really quite simple to use after you take some time to learn the different functions. These adherence calendars that detail the taking behavior are a really great tool”
Clinical Research Coordinator
Medication Adherence – Long term planning
Today, 17% of the United States gross domestic product is spent on health care; 75% of those costs are related to chronic condition management medication. After learning these numbers, it’s even more worrying that 50-60% of chronically ill patients do not take their medication on time / as prescribed / at all. [1-3]
Statistics from the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation show that the cost of avoidable drug-related problems, including nonadherence, costs society approximately $290 billion each year. 
The costs of nonadherence rapidly diminish as medication adherence improves. For instance, in patients with diabetes, each 10% increase in medication possession ratio rates reduces overall health care costs by 9% to 29%!. 
Using Vaica’s solution has elevated medication adherence from levels of 50% to sustainable levels of 96% and above; thus, saving lives as well as endless unnecessary expenses.
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