Tag Archives: Patient reason-sets

A patient reason-set describes the specific reasons why a patient is non-adherent. Individual reason-sets are relatively unique and may differ widely from one patient to the next. Understanding a patient’s specific reason-set is a great starting point for improving adherence.

Are We Looking at Medication Adherence Through the Right Lens?

Are the adherence solutions we’re currently testing too simple for a highly complex problem? If solving the issue of medication adherence were easy, it would have been fixed years ago. The fact there’s still a way to go underlines just how complex a problem it is. Many articles on adherence echo this point. Adherence – A Complex Problem Take for example the reasons, causes, factors, or barriers that underlie non-adherence… Read More »