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How a.i. is optimizing medication synchronization

When patients have multiple prescriptions, especially for long-term conditions, refill dates often are not aligned and create barriers to adherence. So, pharmacies have been integrating medication synchronization programs into their workflow. ...
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Overcoming barriers in physician partnerships

Pharmaceutical companies have aspired to make medication adherence programs more effective for years. A report from Credit Suisse shows that increased adherence could substantially increase revenue from 2020–2026 for leading pharma companies such as ...
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Case study: How a leading pharmacy improved both cost efficiency and effectiveness of patient interventions

Find out how a national retail pharmacy used artificial intelligence (AI) to generate a 2.3 times uplift in medication adherence. At the same time they improved targeting of dual patient interventions to make them more cost-effective. Making dual ...
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Establishing KPIs for your medication adherence program

Are you measuring what matters most for your brand? Many key performance indicators (KPIs) are used to measure the success of adherence programs, and they can vary across different pharmaceutical companies. According to Andrea Kasprzyk, Director of ...
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How pharma is advancing medication adherence

We live in exciting times for adherence, and the pharma industry is playing a critical role, according to Mark Degatano, a pharmaceutical industry analytics expert who is on the advisory board of AllazoHealth. Degatano’s expertise comes from 24 ...
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Payer quality ratings: 7 best practices

Are you responsible for improving your plan’s quality ratings? Learn how to improve your performance on Star and other quality measures. Download our deck and get specific advice for payers on: The influence of population mix on performance Which ...
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4 keys to a successful medication adherence program

With medication non-adherence costing the industry more than $600 billion a year, many pharmaceutical companies are creating medication adherence programs, often in conjunction with pharmacists and payers.
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Can copay assistance increase adherence?

Besides being a financial issue for pharmaceutical companies, unfilled prescriptions can lead to poorer health outcomes, drive up overall cost of care, and can have an impact on provider performance under value-based payment models.
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