Intent Solutions

A Great Idea Has Many Uses: tad and the Cure for Hepatitis C

When we launched our tad dispensing system in 2018, our primary intent was to provide tighter control over the use of opioids prescribed to manage the pain from injury or surgery. However, great inventions can have multiple uses (just ask Thomas Edison), and we quickly found other settings that are ideal for tad—hospices, clinical trials, medication assisted therapy for those struggling to be free of opioid addiction. Just recently, tad has been selected for another

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MAT Programs: Another Door Opens for Intent Solutions

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is making inroads in the recovery of patients addicted to opioids and other substances. Intent Solutions’ dispensing system, tad™, is drawing attention from MAT advocates as a potential fit to this treatment approach. That’s more good news for us. MAT has been controversial because it includes the use of controlled substances that can become addictive if misused or abused. But even a leading proponent of traditional, inpatient, abstinence-based programs for opioid

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Traction in the Clinical Trials Market

Mention the term opioid crisis and you get attention. From members of the media, who don’t hesitate to devote space or airtime to another story on the national epidemic. From lawmakers, who are under public pressure to do something about it. From healthcare professionals, teachers, employers—anyone who sees the epidemic’s ravaging effects on those they work with. Helping solve the opioid crisis is something most people want to hear about. It’s the reason our company

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Data Makes the Difference: Telling the Life Story of Every Prescription

Tangible objects are easy to talk about. “Do you like my new car?” “What kind of smartphone do you have?” “This tomato came from my backyard.” It’s the reason we usually lead with our device when we talk about what we do at Intent Solutions. But the real value of our tad™ device is something not quite so tangible—the data it provides to doctors, researchers, and public health officials. tad can generate data and present

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