A Multiattribute Decision Model for Bipolar Disorder: Identification of Preferred Mood-Stabilizing Medications
This research develops a multiattribute decision model to aid in the selection of preferred mood-stabilizing agents for the treatment of bipolar disorder.
Impact of Workplace Health Services on Adherence to Chronic Medications
Patients who used workplace primary care and pharmacy services had higher adherence rates to medications for their chronic conditions than community-treated patients.
Automated Messaging to Improve Compliance With Diabetes Test Monitoring
A randomized controlled trial was conducted to compare the effectiveness of automated telephone and mail outreach to prompt compliance with periodic diabetes laboratory testing.
Lipid Profile Changes Associated With Changing Available Formulary Statins: Removing Higher Potency Agents
With the exception of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, fasting lipid profiles were not significantly changed after higher potency statins were removed from prescription formularies.
Medication Adherence and Use of Generic Drug Therapies
Generic prescribing was associated with improved medication adherence in 2 of 5 study conditions, but $0 copayments were associated with improved adherence across all conditions.
Adherence to Osteoporosis Medications After Patient and Physician Brief Education: Post Hoc Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial
Post hoc analysis of a randomized controlled trial found that a 1-session educational intervention targeted at patients and primary care physicians did not improve osteoporosis medication adherence.
Medicaid Beneficiaries With Congestive Heart Failure: Association of Medication Adherence With Healthcare Use and Costs
Higher medication adherence among Medicaid beneficiaries with congestive heart failure was associated with lower healthcare utilization and lower costs, and the relationship to costs was graded.
Measuring Concurrent Adherence to Multiple Related Medications
This study compares the performance of several definitions of concurrent adherence to related medications.
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