Tag Archives: Nonadherence detection

HCPs need to look for and identify non-adherence to medications. This is what nonadherence detection refers to. For example, physicians may question a patient about his/her adherence during office visits. Alternatively payers or pharmacists can identify non-adherence because a patient does not pick up a refill.

Physicians and Adherence: the Bad, and the Ugly

Physicians are very well placed to drive improvements in medication adherence. But are they fully engaged in the task? This is the second in a two-part post exploring this question. Part one, ‘the Good’, is here. This second part focuses on: ‘the Bad and the Ugly’. The Story So Far Physicians are a critical cog in the adherence machine. With the focus of healthcare moving to ‘value’, doctors have clear… Read More »