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Pharmacy Students Taught Improved Medication Adherence and Holistic Health Services Through Program Incorporating InforMedix's Med-eXpert(TM) System
Date:7/2/2008

formation on the medication adherence and health status of chronically ill outpatients.

Two portable appliances are used by patients to follow their medication and care plans, and to record and transmit medication adherence and health status information to the Med-eXpert System. The Med-eMonitor(TM), a portable, interactive, "smart pillbox," which stores and/or manages up to 25 medications, while tracking patients' adherence to their medications and care plans, and The Med-ePhone(TM), which prompts, monitors and records medication adherence and health status assessment delivered to patients over mobile phones and landlines using Interactive Voice Response Systems (IVRS). Mission-critical information can be uniquely customized for each customer's and patient's needs at both individual and population levels to more effectively and efficiently reduce healthcare costs, improve health outcomes and increase patient satisfaction. InforMedix Solutions consistently achieve medication and care plan adherence rates of 90% or more across multiple chronic disease populations, as documented by academic medical center trials and peer-reviewed journal articles. For more information, visit http://www.informedix.com.

About Auburn University's Harrison School of Pharmacy

The James I Harrison School of Pharmacy is proud to be a part of the Auburn University family. Situated in east central Alabama, Auburn University is not only the largest university in the state of Alabama, but is consistently the highest ranked university according to U.S. News and World Report. For the 2002-2003 academic year, the magazine ranked Auburn 43rd among the nation's top public universities. This is the 10th consecutive year that Auburn has been ranked among the nation's finest public universities.

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