medication nonadherence

Three reasons for nonadherenceUncover the root causes of why patients become nonadherent and be better positioned to improve the lives of patients and reduce costs through improved health outcomes.
Top 3 pharmacy challenges in 2017: Two-pronged solutionHere are three pharmacy challenges facing healthcare executives and a two-pronged solution to help solve them.
What billions in lost pharma revenue means for managed carePharmaceutical manufacturer relationships and next-gen value based contracts are primed to accelerate value-derivation from your drug spend.
Three data-driven practices that boost adherenceHere’s a three-pronged approach to improve adherence program efficiency that leverages predictive data analytics, hospital on-site pharmacies and post discharge follow-up evaluation to achieve real, measurable results.
Medicare Part D patients not taking blood pressure meds correctlyExpert offers specific actions for managed care execs to take
Three ways to maximize value in cancer treatmentAdvancements in treatment show cancer trending towards a chronic condition. Align your cancer chronic care management team now. Here’s how. Advancements in treatment show cancer trending towards a chronic condition. Align your cancer chronic care management team now. Here's how.
Study: One in two teens misuse their Rx drugsAlthough prescription drug misuse is declining among teens, one in two patients tested between the ages of 10 and 17 years are not using their medications appropriately, potentially putting their health at risk, according to a new analysis.
Five ways to improve patient medication adherenceHere are five ways healthcare organizations of all types, including managed care organizations, can improve patient adherence to prescribed medication therapies.
The benefit of patient-focused MTM servicesIf the approach to medication therapy management (MTM) is flexible, integration of MTM services into the design of a health plan can impact plan performance and result in a positive return on investment.
Study: Medication effectiveness diminishes when patients crush tabletsPeople who take more than 4 doses of medicine a day appear more likely to crush tablets or open capsules potentially reducing their effectiveness, according to a study published in the Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research.