• Tria Health
    Tria Health offers personalized pharmacy
    guidance to help companies, ACOs and health
    plans reduce medical costs and improve
    health outcomes.

    Our clinical pharmacists focus on resolving
    the overall mismanagement of
    medications to eliminate unnecessary
    costs and health risks.
  • CirelOfCare
    The Tria Health Pharmacy Advocate
    Program offers you one-on-one
    guidance to ensure your medications are:
    • Safe
    • Affordable
    • Effective
  • Tria Health



    50% of patients don't take medications as prescribed
    Medication-related problems cause people to be non-adherent
    The Cost? $317 billion annually


When medicine is effective, it keeps you healthy, active, and doing the things you want to do. But when your medication isn’t right, it causes more problems than it solves. If it’s not doing the job it was prescribed to do, the side effects can be costly and dangerous.

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Tria Health partners with self-funded employers to provide medication management to your plan members. Our goal is to reduce costs by working one-on-one with your high-risk plan members. On average, we save employers $1,350 per member annually.

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ACOs & Health Plans

Medications – prescription and over-the-counter – improve health. But when medicine is ineffective or misused, the costs to your health plan can be astronomical. You spend a lot of money offering a prescription benefit solution, Tria Health offers smarter medication management to ensure those dollars aren’t wasted.

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Why Medication Therapy Management is Important

Tria Health addresses the issue of non-adherence and medication mismanagement by focusing primarily on individuals with chronic diseases. As medication experts, our pharmacists identify potential health risks and cost-saving opportunities for patients before they become a problem. Here’s why:

  1. Lack of communication between patients, physicians and pharmacists results in poorly coordinated care.
  2. Unresolved medication-related problems cause patients to stop taking medication as prescribed (referred to non-adherence; e.g. undesirable side effects, cost of medicine, misunderstood directions, forgets to take, etc.).
  3. Gaps in care, adverse drug reactions, and duplicate/unnecessary drug therapies are best identified by a pharmacist who reviews a comprehensive list of a patient’s medications.
  4. 80% of chronic conditions can only be treated with medications.

About Tria Health

The idea for Tria Health came from a couple of things we already knew to be true. First, an incredibly high number of people don’t use their medication correctly, and that costs the system billions of dollars a year. Second, pharmacists play an incredibly important role in the health care system, and their expertise is a largely untapped resource.

We began in 2009 as a pilot program designed to help patients with diabetes – a group of people who often use several different medications to control their condition – and their employer reduce costs by working with clinical pharmacists to ensure their medicine was producing the best possible outcomes. Those involved in the pilot immediately recognized the value of providing this service, and we decided to expand our program to include plan members with other chronic conditions outside of diabetes.

Tria Health focuses on resolving the high costs and health risks associated with the mismanagement of medication. Our pharmacists speak to patients one-on-one, taking the time to go through each medication in their regimen and making sure it’s safe and effective. They communicate any problems or recommendations to both the patient and their primary care physician.

The name Tria Health came from that circle of care we facilitate. Tria – meaning three – represents the collaboration among our pharmacist, the patient and the patient’s physician that we believe provides the best outcomes for everyone.

Since the beginning, Tria Health has provided personalized pharmacy guidance to help companies, ACOs and health plans reduce their medical costs and improve their patient outcomes. We were founded on a commitment to better our patients’ health and ensure that their medications are safe, effective and affordable. And we’ll continue to do just that, even as conditions, medications and the world of health care change.