Receive reminders when you need to take your medications and when you're due for a refill.
The medication reminder tiles contain the patient entered dosing information. Many of the medications in our database also come with a front and back stock image.
Built-in reports allow you to track how often you take your medication – you can even show these reports to your doctor right from your mobile phone.
Care4Family® gives loved ones the ability to support one another by encouraging them to take medications on schedule. Share graphs on how you’re doing on your medication schedule with loved ones and your healthcare provider.
The Patient Dashboard offers Care Providers and Pharmacies timely monitoring of self-reported medication adherence for patients using Care4Today® Mobile Health Manager.Learn morePhysician Dashboard
Care4Family® lets you monitor the medication schedule of a loved one, and see if they are taking their medications.
Care4Charity® helps you do good for others while helping yourself. Find out how taking your medication on time can help support three great charities. Janssen will donate $0.25 to the charity selected by a user of the Care4Today Mobile Health Manager Application ("Application") for every day that user takes all of his or her medications, through June 15, 2016. The charity must be selected from the list of charities in the Application. There is a minimum donation of $20,000 and a maximum donation of $50,000 designated for each charity. See the Application for complete details.
of Americans are on at least one prescription drug and more than half take two drugs.
of patients with chronic illnesses do not take their medications as prescribed. Those who fail to take medication as prescribed can experience delayed recovery, disease relapse and hospitalization.
In the U.S., medication-related hospitalizations, including admissions due to poor medication adherence, cost approximately $100 billion a year. There are many reasons people forget to take their medications, but the most commonly mentioned reason is they simply forget.