Top Standards to Assess and Monitor Medication Adherence

Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
August 6, 2014 Vol. IV Issue 31

Top Standards to Assess and
Monitor Medication Adherence

Top Standards to Assess and Monitor Medication Adherence This Week's Challenge: According to 75 percent of survey respondents, complex patients remain the most common targets of medication adherence (MA) programs, according to market data from a recent Healthcare Intelligence Network survey. We wanted to see the top standards to assess and monitor medication adherence.

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