Medication tracker

Approximately 50% of patients with chronic illness do not take their medications as prescribed. This leads to regression, poor quality of life, increased morbidity and death –and is estimated to incur enormous costs to health systems and workplaces globally.

It doesn't have to be this way

The World Health Organization maintains that increasing the effectiveness of adherence interventions may have a far greater impact on the health of a population than any improvement in specific medical treatments.

Medication tracking can help people stick to their prescriptions and build a comprehensive history. Importantly, it can help you identify and help people who are not adhering to their medications.


of patients with chronic illness do not take their medications as prescribed


of hospital admissions appear to be medication related


of these admissions are due to errors and therefore, avoidable

*Figures based on the World Health Organization reports, not applicable to all countries

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