Patients have a lot on their minds. spencer® eases the burden of taking medication by dispensing the right dose, at the right time, every time.
The friendly green fellow also frees up care teams, so they can deliver the direct patient care to which they’re committed.
The spencer SmartHub has been proven to increase long-term patient engagement and medication adherence, even in patient populations that span multiple disease states, chronic conditions, or those who are at of risk of non-adherence.
In fact, with a Net Promoter Score greater than 70 – a rarity for health devices – spencer keeps patients engaged and adherent without technical know-how.
spencer users range from aged 22 to 94 across a wide variety of chronic conditions
spencer patients take an average of 7.4 medications daily
spencer users give a greater than 70 Net Promoter score, a world-class rating in healthcare
spencer in the Home
The spencer device sits in the patient’s home as the smart hub of a connected health network. For care management teams helping patients with chronic and rare diseases, spencer’s telehealth and data collection features help reduce uncertainty about the patient’s medication adherence. Our patients have peace of mind knowing that spencer is keeping them connected to their clinicians and caregivers.
Caregiver’s Peace of Mind
SPENCER SUCCESS STORY
Parkinson’s Patient Sings spencer's Praises
For 64-year-old Susan, Parkinson’s Disease resulted in a series of more than 30 falls over a two-year period. It was time for a change. So she invited the spencer SmartHub into her British Columbia home.
She stayed safe and didn’t experience any falls for six months.
In addition, the spencer SmartHub enabled Susan to take her five medications as prescribed – five times a day – without missing doses. With her new adherence rate at 97 percent, she was better able to manage her Parkinson’s, as well as her hypertension and Ankylosing Spondylitis, a rare type of arthritis.
Susan used spencer as part of a 2019 study in collaboration with Catalyst HealthCare and the Canadian Healthcare Authority.
Overall adherence across all participants in that study hit 98 percent, with patient engagement of almost 80 percent as measured by patient responses to questions posed through the spencer device.
All caregivers responding to surveys reported less burden in helping their loved ones manage their medications.
Using spencer helped Susan make progress on her goals — to prevent falls, get more comfortable speaking, and embark on a more active lifestyle. The evidence? The falls stopped, and the active lifestyle started when she joined a weekly singing group.