42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence

42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence

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What's the cost of medication non-adherence? As high as $290 billion annually, according to one frequently cited estimate.

An equally bitter pill to swallow is the dismal C+ grade in medication adherence earned in 2013 by Americans with chronic medical conditions, according to the first National Report Card on Adherence from the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA).

Pre-publication discount on 42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence provides convincing evidence of the impact of nine key interventions on medication non-adherence— from the presence of pharmacists in patient-centered medical homes to medication reconciliation conducted during home visits.

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Carefully curated to spur innovation in medication adherence initiatives, this 50-page graphic compendium dives deep into 2013 and 2014 market research to document nine key influencers and tactics related to the improvement of medication adherence levels:

  • Case Management
  • Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Home Health Visits
  • Care Transition Management
  • Population Health Management & Risk Stratification
  • Duals Care Management
  • Patient-Centered Medical Home
  • Health Coaching
  • Reducing Avoidable Readmissions and ER Visits
The data dive reflected in 42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence is based on responses from hundreds of healthcare organizations to a dozen healthcare benchmark surveys conducted from 2013 to 2014.

Also included are best practices and advice from industry thought leaders, as well as suggested tactics, workflows and practices for improving medication adherence from survey respondents, in their own words.

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