Cureatr's Meds 360° for Populations


Cureatr's Meds 360° for Populations

Uncover trends and identify patients with high-risk medication profiles in need of intervention and ongoing medication management.

Medication Management #PopulationHealth

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It’s hard enough to get an accurate picture of a single patient’s medication-taking behavior, but harder still to see the story told across a population of patients. Meds 360 for Populations gives you a full picture of the medication-related risk of your patient population by looking at their medication pick-up behavior - whether they paid cash, used a preion coupon, or a payer or PBM bought it - from anywhere in the United States.


  • Identify Patterns, Trends, and Opportunities - Use medication fill behavior, ADT feeds, your own clinical records, and social determinants of health data to identify population-level and patient-level opportunities to reduce medication-related risk, prevent problems, and improve health outcomes.

  • Track KPIs in Real-Time - Establish a baseline and continuously analyze medication-related performance against your organizational goals.

  • Take Immediate Action - Single out patients in immediate danger of medication-related harm such as primary or secondary non-adherence to critical meds, drug-drug interactions, and controlled substance abuse, and coordinate intervention to avoid hospitalizations, re-admissions, and potential deaths.

Cureatr's Meds 360° for Populations

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