Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data

Medication Non Adherence

Real-Time Data Plays Key Role in Population Health for PBMs

February 14, 2019 - Real-time data access is a core component of industry efforts to improve price transparency, ensure medication adherence, and support ongoing efforts to improve population health. At an educational session held during HIMSS19, top executives from some of the nation’s largest pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), e-prescription enablers. and payers stressed the importance of enabling...

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50% of Physicians Not Satisfied with Patient Data Access

by Jessica Kent

A recent Surescripts survey found that 50 percent of physicians think their patient data access could be much better, with many doctors citing improved access to medication adherence, prescription costs, and clinical history data as top...

Cost is a Primary Driver of Medication Non-Adherence Rates

by Jennifer Bresnick

The high cost of prescription drugs is what drives 67 percent of patients into medication non-adherence, according to the latest Truven Health Analytics-NPR Health Poll, contributing to a multi-billion-dollar issue that is of particular...

Diabetes Medication Adherence Cuts Costs by 4%, Boosts Outcomes

by Jennifer Bresnick

Using patient-centered diabetes medication adherence strategies can reduce individual patient costs by around 4 percent while setting the stage for better outcomes, according to a new report by Express Scripts.  The potential for...

In-Hospital Prescriptions Boost Medication Adherence by 29%

by Sara Heath

Making medications available at the point of care can improve medication adherence rates by up to 29 percent, according to recent research published in the American Journal of Managed Care. The study involved an analysis of diabetic...

Partnership Ups Medication Adherence with Predictive Analytics

by Jacqueline LaPointe

Sanofi is attempting to improve medication adherence rates in Type 2 diabetes patients using big data analytics tools developed by partners from Duke and Massachusetts General Hospital, reported an official press release. The healthcare...


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