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medicine adherence

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

Driving good practice in homecare

Driving good practice in homecare

The need to provide patients with information and support to help them make crucial decisions about homecare - and beyond that, support medicine adherence - is critical. ... Pharmacy will also manage service procurement, medicine purchasing and the

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  • Medicine adherence linked to doctor-patient communications

    Patients’ trust and confidence in HCP impacts on adherence, according to US study. ... confidence were more likely to have poor adherence, compared to those with higher ratings.

  • Janssen unveils €30,000 prize fund for health tech innovation

    Will look for 'transformational ideas' in homecare, adherence and personal health management. ... For its Connected Health Challenge Europe the company is looking for technology solutions in three areas: personal health management, delivering homecare

  • Text messaging increases medication adherence

    Study finds patients who received medicine reminders did better at taking their treatment. ... Patients who received text message reminders to take their medicine significantly improved their medication adherence, according to a new study.

  • Calls for improved medicine adherence in EU

    Several European healthcare organisations have called for action to improve patient adherence for medicines, with 194, 500 deaths attributed to misdose and non-adherence in the region each year. ... Several European healthcare organisations have called

  • Pharma urged to tackle non-compliance

    The report estimates that patient non-adherence to prescribed medicine courses is responsible for 194, 500 deaths per year in the EU and 131, 400 deaths per year in the US. ... The problem even extends to oral formulation chemotherapy drugs, where there

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  • Behaviour change – a maze of decisions influenced by personal habits, experiences and intentions Behaviour change – a maze of decisions influenced by personal habits, experiences and intentions

    Rowson added: “There is a huge opportunity for the pharmaceutical industry in digital behaviour change in medicines adherence. ... Pharmaceutical companies should be looking at behaviour change in combination with user-centred design techniques to help

  • Breaking free Breaking free

    Naturally, many digital interventions are extremely patient-focused. “We increasingly see prescription support or patient support programmes that are designed to encourage medicine adherence or overcome barriers to healthy behaviours,” said

  • The first, my last, my everything The first, my last, my everything

    Well-designed solutions, particularly for complex high-cost conditions, are going beyond traditional ‘adherence’ tools and instead providing personalised programmes that add value to the patient experience. ... Innovation like infusion services,

  • Implementing eHealth innovation Implementing eHealth innovation

    In this area, I have seen the adoption of eHealth initiatives bring significant benefits in medicine adherence, while the progress in chronic disease management has recently led to industry recognition with ... A breakthrough to unlock adherence.

  • Behavioural science in 2030 Behavioural science in 2030

    And this is perfectly exemplified when we look at patient adherence to prescribed treatments. ... Together, these beliefs represent the root cause of the most significant fault line in modern medicine - adherence to self-management and treatment

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  • Gamification for patient care, medical education, and virtual engagement

    However, it is proving more than a mere buzzword. With diverse applications and approaches, it is quickly becoming a promising tool for patient adherence, chronic disease management, preventive medicine, rehabilitation, and

  • Engaging physicians during COVID-19

    This removes an important touchpoint between the healthcare professional and the patient, which can impact adherence. ... Patients who have been prescribed medicine, especially immunosuppressing therapies, are unclear about whether the benefits the

  • WHITE PAPER: Patient nonadherence – the $637bn paradox

    Any such resources must address the following three topics[6]:. Information on adherence. ... summary of factors reported to affect adherence. effective interventions available. epidemiology of adherence.

  • How Medisafe is using AI to improve patient adherence

    Dina Patel speaks to Omri Shor, Co-Founder and CEO of Medisafe, to find out how his medication management app is tackling the problem of poor adherence. ... This non-adherence to prescribed medicines is causing 125, 000 deaths a year.

  • How Medisafe is using AI to improve patient adherence

    Dina Patel speaks to Omri Shor, Co-Founder and CEO of Medisafe, to find out how his medication management app is tackling the problem of poor adherence. ... This non-adherence to prescribed medicines is causing 125, 000 deaths a year.

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