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5 Ways to Improve Medication Adherence in Children

Boosting medication adherence is consistently a top priority in healthcare. Emerging technologies have introduced several new ways for pharmacists, physicians, and care teams to proactively identify and intervene when patients are non-adherent, and ...
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6 Reasons Why Non-Adherence Occurs

Medication non-adherence is a common and unfortunate reality in healthcare. Research has proven time and time again that despite intervention efforts, up to 50% of patients fail to take their medications as prescribed. 
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Senior medication adherence: the growing problem

By the year 2030 the entire Baby Boomer generation will be age 65 or older. This growing number of senior Boomers will challenge the health care system, particularly when it comes to medication management and adherence. What are these challenges, ...
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How payers and pharmacies can improve diabetes adherence

In the field of chronic diseases, Type 2 diabetes ranks high when it comes to the challenges of therapy initiation and non-adherence. Diabetes accounts for $24.6 billion in wasteful and avoidable healthcare spending in the United States, and almost ...
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Election 2020: The impact on medication adherence

This year’s election could have a major effect on adherence rates. Here are some possible changes in healthcare policy that could be enacted under Trump or Biden, and the impact on adherence. Revocation of the ACA
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Case study: Leading pharma brand achieves 4.6x increased days on therapy

Overcoming an adherence challenge This case study shows how a leading pharmaceutical company used AI to optimize engagement in their patient support program. The program saw 15 additional days on therapy compared to non-AI targeting, as well as 5 ...
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Solving polypharmacy non-adherence

Polypharmacy, the simultaneous use of multiple drugs, is becoming more common as the population ages. More than 30% of older adults in the United States take five or more drugs, typically for multiple chronic conditions.
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