PatchRx provides a patient-first medication compliance service to promote better medication adherence for patients at pain management and psychiatric clinics. Our smart pill bottle cap, personalized support, and data-driven insights are designed to help your patients meet their medication goals with 'radical compassion.'
Our smart pill bottle cap provides an easy-to-use system for medication tracking and compliance. The cap securely stores and dispenses medication, with sensors that track when it is opened and how many pills are taken at each dose.
An onsite PatchRx nurse comes to your clinic to provide personalized support and answer any questions your patients have. The nurse works one-on-one with patients to ensure they are taking their medication correctly and understand the importance of adhering to their treatment plan.
PatchRx provides data-driven insights to help you and your patients monitor their medication adherence. Our system collects and analyzes data from the smart pill bottle caps to generate a comprehensive overview of each patient's medication history.
At PatchRx, we believe in providing the best care to our patients. Our services are designed with 'radical compassion' in mind, putting the patient first and helping them to stay on track with their medication regimen.
Data exports for your staff on medication usage and qualitative insights
Improved accuracy and efficiency of medication administration
Early detection of misuse events and peace of mind when prescribing
Dedicated care team (PatchRx Nurses) for every patient
“... I wholeheartedly endorse PatchRx as a significant asset to our clinic’s pain management offerings. Its integration has indeed proven instrumental in enhancing patient care, reflecting our core values of innovation, empathy, and excellence. The partnership with PatchRx symbolizes our continual dedication to the betterment of our patients and signifies a progressive step towards a more efficient and effective healthcare system.”
Alan Lin, MD, MSC, MBA, President and Medical Director of Ortho-Gen Medical Group