The benefits of medication compliance are multiple:
  1. Patients benefit from a better quality of life.
  2. It improves therapeutic outcomes,allowing the patient to experience the intended effects of a prescribed medication.Improved health state leads to a more productive lifestyle, and businesses benefit from healthy employees.
  3. Improved adherence can reduce the number of hospital admissions, emergency room visits, and sick days, which cost industries billions of dollars annually.
  4. Everyone benefits if overall costs to the U.S. health care system linked to prescription non-compliance can be reduced.


Having a serious long-term health problem can take away your chances of a long and full healthy life – if you let it. The PillRite is designed to help you take back your future by helping you take your medicine as directed.

PillRite is here to help people like you manage health problems such as diabetes, COPD, asthma, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or mental illness and any health challenge. Understanding your condition and taking your medicine correctly are important steps toward a longer, healthier life. This System is a tool to help manage your medicines and stay compliant. PillRite takes the stress out of having to remember when you take your medication, did I take my medication and when do I next take my medication.


The PillRite will help you coordinate all your steps you need to take to adhere to your medication regimen.


After you have followed the instructions and filled your system with your medications keep PillRite in a place where you are twice a day without fail. The best place I feel is on the bathroom counter. Take your meds after you brush your teeth. You can also leave in the kitchen if you see them to remember. Another place is the nightstand. Always have a glass of water or water bottle next to your system. This will help assure you are always ready to take your meds.


Remember to take your medication with you when you travel in your carry on, just snap out the weeks you need. It is simple, just remember keep the system in your sight not in the drawer or cupboard. Keep the PillRite filled and always have a list of your medications. Keep your medication list current.
Pillbox Products commitment to delivering advanced solutions to its customers is driving the success of its adherence program.

Cost of Noncompliance

Studies show that people with chronic conditions follow their medication regimens, as prescribed, only 50-60 percent of the time, despite evidence that MEDICATION THERAPY IMPROVES LIFE EXPECTANCY AND QUALITY OF LIFE. The most important figure is that approximately 125,000 deaths per year in the United States are linked to medication non-adherence.

Depending on the group being studied, as many as 69 percent of medication-related hospital admissions and 40 percent of nursing home admissions in the U.S. are due to non-adherence. The hidden pharmaceutical costs of traits like forgetfulness, procrastination and how we take our medications, estimates the annual tab for these human behaviors of non-adherence is approcimately $163 billion each year including costs for additional doctor visits, emergency room visits, hospital admissions, and additional medicines.

We want to help you take control of your health with the PillRite. This product was developed by the inventor of the PillRite for her personal use, so we know it works. It is time to take Control, IT’S TIME TO GET ON WITH YOUR LIFE.

Helpful Tips

While the word has gotten out about the health benefits of other lifestyle practices such as not smoking or exercising regularly, it is fair to say that the importance of COMPLIANCE has not received nearly the attention it deserves.
"Medication compliance" means taking the right amount of your medication - no more, no less - at the right time, and in the right way for as long as your health care provider suggests.There is a lot of evidence that patients are not taking their medications as prescribed. Lack of medication adherence contributes to poor patient outcomes and billions of health care dollars spent unnecessarily.Remember medication errors are a primary cause of complications in healthcare.Are you ready to take control of your Health? The motivation for a healthier you should be at the core of your willingness to take your medication as prescribed. It is one thing to talk about medication compliance and another to truly comply. It is difficult to follow through but you are not alone. Research has shown it affects both males and females of all ages and across the spectrum of education and socioeconomic status.

Here are some ideas to follow when taking medication.
  1. Set up daily routines around your medications (ex. brushing your teeth)
  2. Keep your pillbox where you'll notice it. (ex. bathroom counter, nightstand, kitchen)
  3. Take your medication at the same time every day
  4. Keep water with your pillbox
  5. Refill your prescription in a timely manner
  1. Set a reminder on your phone
  2. Use a pillbox (ex. PILLRITE)
  3. Use your pharmacist
  4. Keep your medication list up to date
  5. Use your medication list when filling your pillboxes
Here are a few important tips to help doctors provide you with the best health care. The better prepared you are and the more correct information you have for your health care professionals the better chance you can avoid adverse reactions related to medications. To get maximum benefit from your medications it is important that you take them as prescribed by your doctor. Communicate with your health care professional.
Your pharmacist can talk to you about your medicine. They can help you understand how and when to take your medicine, what the side effects are, and any interactions. You can call them or talk to them at the pharmacy
* Make sure you know about the medicine you are taking
  1. What is the name of the drug
  2. How and when to take the drug
  3. What is the drug for
  4. How long do I take the drug
* Keep a written or computerized list of your medications (you can use YourMedList)
  1. Keep it up to date
  2. Carry it with you
  3. Have a list with your meds(use PILLRITE Note holder)
  4. Share with your doctor/pharmacist