Tag Archives: Tailored solutions

This term is used to describe tailoring adherence solutions to an individual patient’s needs. A patient’s specific non-adherence reasons should be identified and interventions then carefully selected to address each of the reasons.

Improving Adherence – Aligning Interventions to Reasons, pt 2

Part 2 of this post examines proven interventions for improving adherence. Then it looks at how these interventions match up to with the ‘top ten’ reasons for non-adherence (see Part 1). Matching interventions to reasons is important, because approaches are then aligned with individual patient needs. Every story needs a beginning, middle, and end. Part 1 of this post represented the beginning; proposing a top ten reasons why patients don’t adhere to… Read More »

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 »