Conference call exclusive to NEHI members.
Recent research has confirms that a disturbingly high number of patients fail to pick up newly-prescribed medications. These rates of failure to start new therapies represent a threat to patient, outcomes, and quality goals that are increasingly tied to new payment models. Development of new primary medication non-adherence metrics by the Pharmacy Quality Alliance are now sparking discussion among prescribers and in the pharmacy industry on practical ways to close the primary medication non-adherence gap.
Join us for the latest in our “On Call” series as we discuss the implications of primary medication non-adherence and how we can tackle this problem.