Custom Health together with McFarland Pharmacy is providing access to spencer in-home medication dispenser as an approved assistive technology for Health Connect America patients. Health Connect America provides mental and behavioral health services to children, families, and adults at 56 locations across five states impacting the lives of nearly 10,000 people daily.
Taking medications as prescribed and on time is often a source of anxiety for individuals and their loved ones, as well as their caregivers. This collaboration provides a comprehensive medication management solution to keep patients safe, healthy, and independent.
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“We are pleased to provide technology and connected care to support people with disabilities in Tennessee to live as independently as possible,” says Rahul Chopra, President of Custom Health. “Our focus is to positively impact patients in their day-to-day lives with digital health tools that help people manage the timing and complexity of taking multiple medications.”
“spencer is truly a best in class solution that solves a problem we have wrestled with,” says Kristi Shain, CEO of Health Connect America, Inc. “It not only is the solution for today but opens the door to incorporate future enhancements for assistive technology.”
Pharmacy owner Randy DeBord says, “Working with Custom Health allows my team to focus on personalized delivery and patient care, and to best serve the needs of Health Connect America clients.”
“spencer is a wonderful in-home medication service for our clients that have both mental health and physical health conditions and allows for greater independence. Poor medication compliance not only has major effects on a client’s health but also creates undue healthcare costs.” Says Jennifer Perry, Director of Integrated Care & Health Link Services of Health Connect America, Inc.
spencer is an FDA class 1 approved medication device. Loved by patients who value their independence, enabling them to manage their medication without assistance, and achieving 97% medication adherence. Caregivers and family members can stay connected with an integrated app. Watch what they say.
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