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Today’s healthcare organizations are expected to achieve higher standards of care and patient satisfaction while also controlling costs.

Improving the use of everyday prescription medications is a critical step toward improving patient health and lowering costs. And with quality measures like Star Ratings and HEDIS, driving medication adherence is more important than ever.

Averaging a nearly 90% accuracy rate in predicting whether patients will take their medications correctly, RxAnte’s tools help health plans and other stakeholders get more from medicines.

Powered by advanced predictive and causal inference methods, RxAnte is the leader in improving medication use and drug therapy outcomes by anticipating overuse, underuse and misuse, and implementing clinical solutions targeted to patients most likely to benefit.

RxAnte goes far beyond conventional tracking and intervention programs by determining which patients are at risk before non-adherence or other adverse medication outcomes occur. We then arm health professionals with the most effective, timely and cost-efficient tools to intervene effectively. From adherence to hypertension, diabetes and other chronic therapies, to unsafe use of prescription opioids, RxAnte empowers health plans, prescribers, pharmacies, pharmacy benefit managers and care managers – anyone accountable for drug therapy outcomes.

For every dollar spent on prescription medications, nearly another dollar is wasted due to inappropriate use of those same drugs.


Occurs when an individual takes less of a medication than is indicated, reducing or eliminating its benefits.

Failure to adhere to inhaled corticosteroid (controller medicines) in patients with asthma.
Failure to prescribe or adhere to blood pressure and/or cholesterol medications in patients at risk of myocardial infarction.
An individual on a fixed income who splits his/her prescribed dose to make it last longer.

What are our solutions?


Occurs when a certain drug is used without a clinical indication—or used more than indicated–leading to potential harm or excess costs.

The overuse of opioid pain medications.
Use of stimulants such as Ritalin and Adderall for non-medical purposes.
Overuse of broad-spectrum antibiotics.

What are our solutions?


Occurs when an individual takes a prescription medication for a purpose other than the reason it was prescribed, when that person takes a drug not prescribed to him or her, or when a medication is prescribed or dosed inappropriately.

Putting seniors on potentially high-risk medications.
Prescribing codeine to treat cough or pain in a nursing mother who is an ultra-rapid metabolizer of CYP2D6.
Sharing prescription migraine medications with a friend who has a headache.

What are our solutions?