Topic: Medication Adherence
A new OIG advisory approving a medication management pilot project provides a glimpse into how the agency plans to regulate innovative new partnerships.
A new mobile app allows members to track medications and email that list to providers or family members.
Opioids are involved in more medication-related liability claims than any other type of drug, according to a new analysis.
A new research review reveals that high-deductible health plans lower costs by reducing enrollees’ use of healthcare services—including preventive care.
Getting patients with chronic illnesses to take their prescribed medications so they stay well can be a big challenge for doctors.
CVS plans to make further inroads into what has traditionally been the purview of doctors: managing patients’ chronic diseases.
New research shows smart pill bottles may not be the cure for medication adherence, but researchers are still holding out hope that new technology can make an impact.
As Amazon reportedly explores an entry into the pharmaceutical business, one pharmacist argues the disruption to patient care outweighs convenience.
Rush University Medical Center has begun using pills equipped with a small sensor to help remind patients to take their medication.
ACOs can optimize medications to meet quality standards, but some face barriers to such efforts, a new study found.