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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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Two recent studies show smart pill bottles have positive impact

Small study demonstrates smart pill bottles can improve adherence interventions for cancer patients A smart pill bottle platform improved adherence and patient satisfaction among a small sample of multiple myeloma patients, according to a paper in ...
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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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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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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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How new patient data rules benefit payers

Starting next year payers may have new opportunities to collect real world data that was previously fragmented, incomplete and in some cases unavailable.
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Healthcare AI: Why defining constraints upfront is critical

AllazoHealth COO William Grambley explains in this article: “You need to be explicit about AI program constraints upfront. Otherwise you can get to unintended consequences.”
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