The MAGIC Foundation is the global leader in endocrine health, advocacy, education and support for human growth disorders. HealthBeacon is proud to sponsor the MAGIC Foundation Convention for the 3rd consecutive year. Laura Hamilton, CEO of North America will be showcasing HealthBeacon’s Injection Care Management System. She notes, “The MAGIC Foundation Convention provides a powerful opportunity to connect with patients on injectable Growth Hormone Therapy, as well as Pediatric Endocrinologists. This year we are pleased to share research regarding medication adherence from a Growth Hormone patient study and to capture new insights from patients through our virtual booth. We are excited to offer enrollment to a complimentary HealthBeacon program, exclusively available to attendees of this year’s MAGIC Foundation Convention.”
In years past, HealthBeacon has had the opportunity to meet endearing patients, along with their families and hear their experiences in managing their daily medication routine.Although this year’s event is virtual, we look forward to hearing patient stories, connecting with Clinicians and continuing to support the great work of the MAGIC Foundation.
HealthBeacon is a medication adherence technology company which develops smart tools for managing medication. HealthBeacon’s FDA-cleared “smart sharps bin” tracks patient injection history, provides personalized interactive reminders and safely stores used injections. With the intervention of HealthBeacon’s Smart Sharps Technology, patients’ persistence and adherence increased by 25-30% within twelve months of initiating therapy. HealthBeacon’s integrated model connects a patient’s routine and the prescribing clinician’s workflow. This technology has been adopted across 14 countries with >400,000 injections tracked since launch in 2014, with a patient acceptance rate of 80-90%.
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About MAGIC Foundation
The MAGIC Foundation was incorporated in the state of Illinois and received 501(C)3 non-profit status October 29, 1989. Since its inception, the Foundation has grown to include support services for adults who were also impacted by these disorders