Improving Adherence to Cardiovascular Disease Medications With Information Technology
Improving adherence to long-term medication therapy remains a challenge. Health information technology interventions that leverage electronic medical records are promising, low-cost approaches for increasing adherence.
Use of Health Information Technology to Improve Medication Adherence
Automated telephone reminders resulted in a small but significant increase in adherence to inhaled corticosteroids among adult asthma patients in a large managed care organization.
Asthma-specific Quality of Life and Subsequent Asthma Emergency Hospital Care
Asthma-specific quality of life and a history of acute episodes can be used together to identify risks of subsequent acute exacerbations.
Validity of the Asthma Control Test™ Completed at Home
Use and Impact of an Automated Telephone Outreach System for Asthma in a Managed Care Setting
Development and Validation of a Medication Intensity Scale Derived From Computerized Pharmacy Data That Predicts Emergency Hospital Utilization for Persistent Asthma
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