Posts Tagged ‘medication compliance’

Infographic: Improve Patient Engagement To Increase Medication Adherence

March 3rd, 2017 by Melanie Matthews

Chronic illnesses treated with long-term use of medications could be more successful with improved medication adherence rates, according to a new infographic by Fleming. Some 50% of patients do not take their medications as prescribed.

The infographic drills down on the factors related to non-adherence, the cost of non-adherence and the impact of technology on patient engagement.

Improve Patient Engagement To Increase Medication Adherence

Framework for Patient Engagement: 6 Stages to Success in a Value-Based Health SystemIntermountain Healthcare's strategic six-point patient engagement framework not only has transformed patient care delivered by the Salt Lake City-based organization but also has fostered an attitude of shared accountability throughout the not-for-profit health system.

Framework for Patient Engagement: 6 Stages to Success in a Value-Based Health System details Intermountain's multilayered approach and how it supports its corporate mission: Helping people live the healthiest lives possible.

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Infographic: A Digital Prescription for Medication Adherence

December 26th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

A Digital Prescription for Medication AdherenceMedication adherence is a $337 billion problem in the U.S. healthcare industry. Patients failing to take their prescriptions or follow treatment plans result in more than $100 billion every year in hospitalizations alone, and healthcare spending on noncompliant patients is nearly double the cost of abiding patients, according to a new infographic by epam.

The infographic examines how telehealth can be used to improve medication adherence.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Medication ManagementMedication management is the standard of care that ensures each patient’s medications (whether prescription, nonprescription, alternative, etc.) are individually assessed for appropriateness, effectiveness, safety given the individual's comorbidities, other medications and ability to be taken as intended, according to a 2012 Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative definition. And while medications represent only a fraction of overall medical cost, they wield considerable influence over patients' chronic condition outcomes, utilization, cost and care experiences.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Medication Management compiles actionable data on the infrastructure, challenges and outcomes of medication management initiatives, based on responses from 101 healthcare organizations to the August 2016 Medication Management survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network. Click here for more information.

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Infographic: Leveraging Data To Improve Medication Compliance

October 26th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Some 75 percent of patients admit to not taking prescription medication as directed, according to a new infographic by SCIOInspire, Corp.

The infographic examines the extent of medication non-adherence, the impact on care quality and outcomes and how data can be used to reduce non-adherence.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Medication ManagementMedication management is the standard of care that ensures each patient’s medications (whether prescription, nonprescription, alternative, etc.) are individually assessed for appropriateness, effectiveness, safety given the individual's comorbidities, other medications and ability to be taken as intended, according to a 2012 Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative definition. And while medications represent only a fraction of overall medical cost, they wield considerable influence over patients' chronic condition outcomes, utilization, cost and care experiences.

2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Medication Management compiles actionable data on the infrastructure, challenges and outcomes of medication management initiatives, based on responses from 101 healthcare organizations to the August 2016 Medication Management survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network. Click here for more information.

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Infographic: mHealth Improves Medication Adherence, Lowers Costs

November 16th, 2015 by Melanie Matthews

Fifty percent of medications are not taken as prescribed, according to a new infographic by MediSafe.

The infographic also looks at the impact of three chronic conditions on the U.S. healthcare system and results from an IMS study on how MediSafe's medication management platform increased medication adherence.

mHealth Improves Medication Adherence, Lowers Costs

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).

Fortunately, the healthcare industry is striving to improve performance in this area. 42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence: Interventions, Impacts and Technologies 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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Infographic: Curbing Healthcare Costs

July 17th, 2015 by Melanie Matthews

The U.S. healthcare system could save $213 billion annually if medicines were used properly, according to a 2013 study by IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics. An article in Health Affairs echoed this sentiment and found that just an extra $1 spent on medicines for adherent patients with congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol can generate $3 to $10 in savings on emergency room visits and inpatient hospitalizations.

A new infographic by PhRMA looks at the impact of medicine on healthcare costs.

Pharmacists and Medication Adherence: Brief Interventions, Motivational Interviewing and TelepharmacyThese three misconceptions are at the heart of medication non-adherence, says Janice Pringle, Ph.D., of the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy — misconceptions that pharmacists can help to clear up.

Dr. Pringle, named as an Innovations Advisor by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, is one of three contributors to Pharmacists and Medication Adherence: Brief Interventions, Motivational Interviewing and Telepharmacy. This 50-page resource describes a number of interventions in which pharmacists help to guide patients and health plan members to higher levels of medication adherence — programs that take place in the pharmacy, in the physician practice, or virtually.

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Infographic: Medication Adherence

June 29th, 2015 by Melanie Matthews

Seventy-five percent of physician visits involve drug therapy, according to a new infographic by Anthem.

The infographic also looks at the percent of Americans taking prescription medications, the public health cost of medication non-adherence and how to improve adherence.

42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence: Interventions, Impacts and Technologies 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).

Fortunately, the healthcare industry is striving to improve performance in this area. 42 Metrics for Improving Medication Adherence: Interventions, Impacts and Technologies 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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Infographic: Medication Non-Adherence’s Impact

November 12th, 2014 by Melanie Matthews

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Medication non-adherence negatively impacts patient health and drives increases in healthcare costs, according to an infographic by NextIT.

The infographic examines one of the top reasons for medication non-adherence, eliminating health risk factors, and the role of virtual health assistants in helping patient manage chronic conditions.

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). Fortunately, the healthcare industry is striving to improve performance in this area.

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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HINfographic on Medication Adherence: Getting America to Take Its Medicine

May 28th, 2013 by Patricia Donovan

Complex patients remain the top targets of programs to improve medication adherence (MA), but more than half now also zero in on MA levels during transitions in care — up from 37 percent in 2012. Educating patients and caregivers on proper use of medications following a health event helps to curb avoidable hospital readmissions and ER visits.

This HINfographic on Medication Adherence illustrates a wealth of data on current programs, including the most likely targets of MA programs, the most common barriers to medication compliance, the most influential tools, and the conditions that respond most favorably to efforts to improve MA.

The information in this infographic is derived from responses to the third annual 2013 Medication Adherence survey conducted by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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