It sounds highfallutin but this is the way to go if you’ve got a sick relative or a loved one who is not well. The Watsons Compliance Pack is best recommended for people diagnosed with chronic illnesses like hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol levels).
Simply put, the pack is so-called because it’s sold in packs of 30s for easier compliance of patients in taking their daily medications. Prices have been brought down further to enable more patients to afford it.
Now in partnership with Unilab, patients are assured of gold-standard, quality formulation of commonly prescribed medications like Amplodipine, Losartan & Metoprolol for hypertension, Metformin for diabetes and Simvastatin for high cholesterol.
Furthermore, each pack contains a product leaflet that has valuable information on the disease, sensible tips on how to stay healthy and a suggested diet plan. It even gets better with more rewards from partner brands like Omron, Accucheck, Health First & High Precision, Wheatgrass and other partners to help patients manage their diseases better.
Here are testimonies from patients who have started on the program:
Dina Sarne, 47, a working mom and hypertensive relates: “Malaking tulong and Watson’s Compliance Pack kasi naiiwasan yung mga instances na I missed out on my medication. Dahil halos 60% yung savings, nakakabili na ako ng monthly supply. Hindi din ako worried kasi alam kong trusted yung manufacturer”.
Leonardo Garcia, 50, on the other has been diabetic since 2007. Last year, he started using Compliance Pack Metformin saying, “Very timely ang produkto na ito dahil yung mga pamangkin ko tinutulungan ko din.. nag-aaral pa sila so yung savings na nakukuha ko sa gamot ay nagagamit kong pandagdag sa sa allowances nila! Also, now I see a brighter future kasi alam kong kaya kong I manage yung sakit ko at hindi sya hindrance in living my life to the fullest.”
Here’s one picture from the launch where Watsons officials enlightened us on the compliance pack and why health is wealth.
Mostly, am thankful that I go to Watsons for toiletries, beauty and personal effects. How much worse can it be for people with hypertension and the like? Moral lesson here is to thank God for little blessings!