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A new solution

DivvyDOSE is the brainchild of a practicing physician. He became frustrated because while most chronic diseases can be managed by providing the correct medications at the right dose and time, low adherence greatly reduces the impact of medications. Adherence drops to 50-60% in standard practice while individuals are outpatients. This rate drops even further as medication regimens become more complex and require more pills and administration times. As a second-generation physician, our founder knows that even doctors and nurses are not immune to this problem in their own healthcare. This reduced adherence is due to the poor design of the current prevailing system. divvyDOSE uses human-centered design combined with exciting technology to bridge this gap.

Providers, request divvyPACK samples and information

Switching over to divvyDOSE really is quick, but we totally understand that recommending a new service to someone you know is something that you don’t take lightly. We don’t either. That’s why we’ll send you a sample divvyPACK that includes a little treat instead of medications.

divvyDOSE is designed to serve people who manage multiple medications. Every four weeks, customers receive a personalized roll of pre-sorted medications, along with a recyclable dispenser and any other medications that cannot be placed into divvyPACKS, such as ointments, lotions and inhalers. Medications are sorted into individual divvyPACKS with clearly marked dates and times. Vitamins and OTC medications are provided in the same divvyPACKS with prescription medications to make taking everything a client needs easy. Each delivery includes a divvyLABEL that explains what each pill is and how it should be taken in easy-to-understand language. Customers can email or call their divvyDOSE pharmacist any time to ask questions or clarify instructions.

Copays remain about the same as standard 30-day fill price at local retail pharmacies. Delivery and all other services are free. Most major insurance including Medicare Part D plans are accepted.