THE PROBLEM

The problem with the current standard of consumer medication information .
0
Percent of Adults

Lack the required health literacy
to read or act on prescription labels.

0
Million Americans

Use 3 or more medications each day, and more than half are not taken as prescribed.

0
Billion Dollars Spent Annually

On health care costs stemming from low health literacy.

In the United States, 36% of adults (approximately 115 million) lack the required health literacy to read or act on prescription labels, patient handouts, understand pharmacist counseling, or to convey their needs to the pharmacist. Low health literacy is associated with poorer health outcomes and higher hospitalization and mortality rates, as well as an increased risk of adverse medication events. Whether at the hospital bedside or pharmacy counter, patients are regularly counseled about multiple prescriptions in less than two minutes. The patient is then sent home with stacks of medication leaflets that may be difficult to read.

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OUR SOLUTION

Accessible and Useful Consumer Medication Information
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AMAI 2018 Pitch Competition
AMAI 2018 Pitch Competition

Help us get to the finals.  AudibleRx has passed the preliminary round and has been posted as a contender.  Now, we need CROWD SUPPORT to be chosen as one of the 5 finalists to go to San Francisco on 11/5/2018 and...

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Demonstration Video
Demonstration Video

AudibleRx is the new Consumer Medication Information (CMI) content system designed to meet specific health literacy guidelines. It provides useful and accessible CMI that is presented in an audible, as well as...

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