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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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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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Advances in patient interventions: How to manage complexity

Patient adherence programs are continually searching for more cost-effective interventions that improve clinical outcomes. Tactics have expanded beyond outreach by phone call to digital channels including emails and SMS text messages. In a trial of ...
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Overcoming medication adherence barriers in oral anticancer meds

Over the past decade, treatment in a variety of cancers, particularly breast cancer, chronic myelogenous leukemia, and non-small cell lung cancer, has switched from intermittent intravenous therapy to self-administered targeted oral anticancer ...
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COVID-19: Impact on medication adherence in 2020

2020 was dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and it will continue to dominate healthcare conversations this year. Looking back, how did the pandemic affect medication adherence? And what lessons were learned? Patient concerns about ability to pay
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“Adherence Intelligence” is the new AI

How recognizing the unique characteristics of each patient optimizes resources and maximizes impact Medication non-adherence is an age-old problem that pharmaceutical companies have been grappling with for decades. According to industry ...
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Patient intervention: Effective tactics for pharmacies, payers and pharma

When it comes to patient intervention programs to promote adherence, what are the best tactics? The right answer may be “all of them” – but it also depends on who is setting up the program. Pharmacies, payers, or pharmaceutical companies often have ...
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