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This page shows the latest patient adherence news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Novo’s oral diabetes drug hits the mark again

Novo’s oral diabetes drug hits the mark again

people.". The drug could be a massive game changer if it reaches market, particularly with its potential in enhancing patient adherence.

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  • Chiesi targets patient adherence via mobile app Chiesi targets patient adherence via mobile app

    patient adherence and device technique.

  • Aptar Pharma advances digital offerings Aptar Pharma advances digital offerings

    real-time, detect day-to-day changes in disease conditions and increase patient adherence. ... Salim Haffar, president of Aptar Pharma, commented: we are excited to broaden our offerings as we continue this journey towards improved patient care and

  • Smart solutions Smart solutions

    Adherence rates in asthma and COPD have been shown to vary from 78% down to a jaw-dropping 22%. ... With retrospective and predictive data analytics capabilities built in, you have a powerful tool to provide an objective historic picture of patient

  • Power to the people Power to the people

    New manifesto. So what does that innovation look like? Well thankfully it’s moved beyond digital tools to support medicines adherence and transitioned towards leveraging patient insights to inform innovations in ... a highly regulated industry where

  • GSK targets COPD adherence with integrated inhaler sensors GSK targets COPD adherence with integrated inhaler sensors

    Hopes real-time patient experience data will improve clinical trial engagement. GlaxoSmithKline is set to begin a series of clinical trials focused on improving patient adherence to asthma and respiratory disease ... The MyAsthma app will now also be

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  • Three steps forward, four steps back Three steps forward, four steps back

    A better outcome can only result from a change in patient behaviour, ie adherence to a therapeutic pathway. ... Examples include digital inhalers, attack risk checkers and suites of mobile apps designed to better support patient-physician dialogue.

  • A new era of smart pharma A new era of smart pharma

    The makers of the pill hope it will offer a unique benefit for patient groups with typically low adherence, specifically schizophrenics. ... Tailor-made treatment plans do require sufficient data to ensure patients are receiving the best possible drugs

  • Six degrees of participation Six degrees of participation

    care. Activities ranging from traditional research to social listening provide a different lens for participation that can be used to address issues such as adherence, the cost of care and patient ... patients. These are patient-centred, not brand-led,

  • Communication is the key to the participatory medicine model Communication is the key to the participatory medicine model

    Participatory medicine is an emerging healthcare movement that champions patient preference and values as equal to medical expertise. ... adherence. Such tools, including patient decision aids, play an important role both prior to and during appointments.

  • Implementing eHealth innovation Implementing eHealth innovation

    outcomes. However, patient adherence remains a universal challenge for many conditions and represents a significant drain on global healthcare systems. ... To tackle patient adherence to treatment, we need to turn our focus to medication-taking behaviour,

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  • bmore group

    Why bmore group? By providing a truly connected, strategic and informed approach to medical education, global brand launches, marketing, consultancy, health technology, patient adherence and well-being, our innovative programmes make ... Bmore CONNECTED.

  • Improving medication adherence by increasing health literacy

    Consider alternative formats for different patient segments. Adherence can sink when the ways in which information is accessible are limited. ... A simple checklist when producing patient materials can help keep developers of informational content on

  • Empowered patients improve outcomes

    This white paper co-authored by our own Caroline Benson and Guy Yeoman, MediPaCe, discusses why non-adherence is occurring, how patients’ can be better engaged with their conditions and treatments ... Non-adherence to medication is not a new global

  • Putting the patient first

    But an important question remains: is your target patient population prepared? ... Supporting the patient from the very outset, putting the patient first, is paramount to adherence and the medication’s overall success.

  • How to measure health behaviour change programmes

    Few in the medical community would argue against the need to improve patient adherence to medications or prescribed courses of action designed to alter behaviour. ... Therefore, there’s such a strong emphasis in medicine today on creating

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