Adherence-Focused Patient Communication
What is AideRx?
AideRx is an adherence-focused patient communications program brought to you by Transaction Data Systems. Designed to help boost medication adherence and ease communication between pharmacist and patient.
- Increase prescription refills
- Decrease prescription abandonment rates
- Educate and engage patients
Improve Adherence and Bring Patients Back Into Your Pharmacy
Communication interventions can increase adherence by more than 15%
Increase Prescription Refills
We have seen a 5% increase in new Rx fill rates across all ages
Decrease Abandonment Rates
We have found a 7-11% decrease in abandonment across multiple therapeutic classes
Educational material helps patients remember when and how to take their medication
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is adherence focused patient communication important?
What value does adherence focused patient communication bring to my pharmacy?
What is the cost for my pharmacy to participate in AideRx?
What is the patient satisfaction rate for text messages?
What prescriptions are eligible for AideRx communications?
Will you send communications to my patients?
How do I setup AideRx?
How can I determine which patients will receive AideRx communications?
Will my patients still receive their will-call notification text message?
What phone number will my patients receive text messages from?
What if my patient does not want to receive notifications?
What if I do not want my pharmacy to participate in AideRx?
How do I opt my pharmacy back in to this program after we opted out?
What are the terms and conditions?
The Benefits of a Medication Adherence Program
The estimated annual cost of prescription drug-related morbidity and mortality resulting from non-optimized medication therapy has been estimated at more than $500 billion, per Pharmacy Times, with more than 275,000 deaths related to non-optimized drug therapy occurring every year.
The Challenges of Medication Adherence
Medication adherence is one of the most difficult challenges faced by community pharmacists. There are many reasons patients do not or cannot comply with their medication schedules, and pharmacists are their main line of defense and communication to fight against adverse outcomes.