Who We Help
One integrated program for targeted populations that need adherence support
Tuberculosis & Infectious Disease
emocha is the standard of care in more than 60 health departments globally. emocha complements in-person DOT programs, which alleviates burdens and helps patients get better, faster.
Medication adherence reduces the risk that transplanted organs fail, avoiding costly and difficult complications such as re-transplant and hospitalizations.
Opioid Use Disorder
Patients who adhere to medications to treat opioid use disorder are at reduced risk of overdose and are less likely to use illicit drugs.
Patients with diabetes poorly managed disease are at higher risk of life-threatening complications, hospitalizations, and ER visits.
Patients with COPD who adhere to daily maintenance medication, and master proper inhaler technique, can avoid preventable complications, resulting in fewer hospital admissions and ER visits.
People with poorly controlled asthma suffer from attacks. Preventable hospitalization and ER visits are directly tied to non-adherence to maintenance medications.