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Addressing Non-Adherence with Technology with Jason Rose, CEO of AdhereHealth, and Kal Vepuri, founder and CEO of Hero Health

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Addressing Non-Adherence with Technology with Jason Rose, CEO of AdhereHealth, and Kal Vepuri, founder and CEO of Hero Health

September 29, 2022

Addressing Non-Adherence with Technology with Jason Rose, CEO of AdhereHealth, and Kal Vepuri, founder and CEO of Hero Health

Imagine having a kitchen counter device that made sure you took your medication every day!

In this episode, Jason Rose, CEO of AdhereHealth, and Kal Vepuri, founder and CEO of Hero Health, discuss how the partnership between their companies can improve medication adherence with technology. They talk about why non-adherence is a problem in healthcare and how they are addressing it together. Most drugs are refilled every few weeks, and complex-case patients have to manage several medications prescribed by different providers and dispensed by separate pharmacies. They explain how the alliance between Adhere and Hero plans to synchronize all the medications a patient might have to take and deliver them at once. With the device, patients can pour medications directly into the Hero smart dispenser and solve the daily challenge they, or the people they take care of, face when it comes to taking their medication. They believe this type of technology is vital to the shift to home care in healthcare.

Tune in to this episode to learn about how the partnership between AdhereHealth and Hero Health is improving medication management and adherence, reducing costs and dispensing errors, and giving patients better outcomes!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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