DrugStars - take your meds & support others
By DrugStar ApS
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DrugStars – Giving by Taking
‘Imagine if every dose of medicine taken worldwide generated a donation to better healthcare. That is the vision of the DrugStars global movement’ – Claus Møldrup, PhD, former professor of social pharmacy and founder at DrugStars.
Just take your medicines as prescribed by your doctor and you will earn stars – hence, DrugStars.
The DrugStars app lets you use your stars to donate money to charity – and it’s free. In addition, we offer you healthcare vouchers to support your life with your disease.
The app will remind you to collect your stars whenever you take your medicine.
You get one star per dose you take, as prescribed by your doctor.
With the DrugStars app, you can also earn stars for doing other things:
• 50 stars for reviewing each of your medications – only eight short questions.
• 50 stars for signing up to news on surveys and clinical trials.
One star corresponds to 1 pence. It doesn’t sound much, but everything counts in large amounts and an average patient collects 1000 stars a year. Think what thousands of patients can achieve in a global movement of DrugStars.
It is easy:
1. Download the DrugStars app and register your medications.
2. Continue taking your medicine as prescribed by your doctor.
3. Get rewarded with DrugStars for taking your medicine.
4. Donate your DrugStars to charities and we will ensure they are converted into real money.
5. Get health vouchers to make your life with a disease easier.
After collecting 150 stars, you become a bronze member, 300 stars a silver member and 500 stars a gold member.
All members are entered into different raffles where you can win entry to health-related events.
What's New in Version 1.1.6
- Improved Facebook posts about donations
- Added share about Drugstars with friends functionality
- Bug fixes
Super godt initiativ!
Det jeg umiddelbart mangler, ville være en kalenderfunktion, så man kan se, hvilke dage i løbet af måneden, man har glemt at tage sin medicin.