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Join Medsmart® to be smarter about medicines

Download the Medsmart® meds & pill reminder App.

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Medsmart® is about you & your medicines. We want to support people like you in taking your medicines through the free Medsmart® App. Over 50% of prescribed medicines don’t get taken. We want to help you manage yours and remember to take them.

 

By joining us we can understand how people take their medicines at home to help tailor support to people like you. We interact with healthcare providers, using data patterns to form a better picture of how medicines are actually taken when they leave the pharmacy. If downloading an App is not for you, we would love to hear your views about taking medicines on our surveys, your voice matters. We respect your privacy and abide by codes of conduct to work in a transparent way respecting the data that is given.

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