• Motivating patients to adhere to their medications with personalized educational messages driving the behavior to fill prescriptions and stay on therapy

    According to national studies, nearly 1/3 of all patients do not fill their prescribed medications after their initial treatment visit.1, 2 The right educational information and motivation communicated at the right time can help patients feel more invested in their treatment plan, decreasing prescription abandonment and increasing adherence.

    ScriptGuide is triggered when a prescriber generates an electronic prescription during a medical encounter, producing a personalized message containing valuable and relevant patient resources. Behavior-based transaction and between-fill messaging keeps patients adherent over time.

    • Messages are customized to motivate the patient with first-fill calls-to-action
    • Disease state educational information that supports Meaningful Use
    • Financial offers that can be activated via web/phone

    1Journal of General Internal Medicine, Feb 2010, reports 28% non-fill rate for NRx, 22% non-fill rate for TRx
    2Wilson Health Information reported 35% of patients do not fill their prescription

    Informing providers, patients and pharmacies in real time about financial offers available for prescribed therapies

    Studies show that cost is one reason why patients do not fill prescriptions as directed by their providers.1 Financial offers that help patients save money may increase adherence to prescribed therapies.

    eCopay delivers sponsored financial offer based messages at the point-of-prescribing via the providers' eRx/EMR/EHR system. Providers are notified of available offers in real-time so they may communicate with their patients immediately. Adjudication information is auto-injected into hard copy and electronic prescriptions, keeping pharmacists informed as well.

    Financial offer based messaging is delivered to:
    • Prescribers via eRx/EHR/EMR system at point-of-prescribing
    • Patients via print or other preferred method (HCP selects email, patient portal or text-to-link/SMS)
    • Pharmacies via electronic prescription transfer or hard copy script with auto-injected adjudication information


    1Eaddy MT, Cook CL, O'Day K, Burch SP, et al. How Patient Cost-Sharing Trends Affect Adherence and Outcomes. From http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3278192. Accessed 8/13/14


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