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Evaluate Adherence Rates in Clinical Research

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Understanding Adherence Trajectories

Through dose-by-dose adherence tracking, emocha enables researchers and clinicians to identify specific granular data points in order to better manage and understand adherence trajectories.

Assess adherence rates through research

Developed by clinician-researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, emocha has been leveraged in multiple studies around the globe to measure and secure high rates of medication adherence.

Video DOT is a good way for our providers to ensure that the medication is going to the right people.

Godersky, et al. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice. (2019)

Adherence Service Features

Outreach & Enrollment

Outreach & Enrollment

Through a series of established recruitment channels, emocha conducts outreach to members through in-person or remote onboarding and enrolls them in the program.

Daily Observation & Assessment

Daily Observation & Assessment

emocha’s clinical team evaluates submissions to determine if medication was taken, side effects were reported, proper technique was followed, and dosage was correct.

Patient Support & Engagement

Patient Support & Engagement

Because human engagement drives adherence, emocha connects with members through a daily interaction to foster relationships.

Adherence Analytics

Adherence Analytics

Providers and care team members have access to detailed dashboards surrounding dose-by-dose adherence and engagement trends to accurately understand both member and population-level progress.

emocha is a category 1 mobile medical application registered with the FDA

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NIDA-funded trial led by emocha, the University of Washington, and Boston Medical Center, highlighted at national conference

In a study funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, emocha is working with clinicians and researchers at the University of Washington and Boston Medical Centers to better understand the applications of mobile technology for treating opioid use disorder.

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