Nursing & Adherence

UBC - May 03, 2013
Traditional prescription adherence measures have been around for two to three decades.  These programs’ ability to drive patient compliance are well understood – both in their effectiveness and their limitations. Cost reduction...
UBC - April 25, 2013
In the age of modernized medicine, patients were primarily limited to two sites of care: the physician’s office or the hospital. However, since 1965 when Medicare first included home health nursing as a benefit, nurses provide care in...
, Vice President, Global Pharmaceutical Business Development - January 15, 2013
It’s time we talked about how much revenue is lost due to the increasing trend in medication non-adherence.  Medication non-adherence results in an average per-drug loss of 36%, and gaining new patients costs pharma an average of...
, Vice President, Business Development - January 09, 2013
We all welcomed the news when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Gattex® (Teduglutide [rDNA origin]) for Injection, for subcutaneous use for the treatment of adult patients with short bowel syndrome (SBS) who are...
UBC - September 27, 2012
When a patient insists on speaking with a supervisor, our Specialty Pharmacy nurses are happy to oblige.  They feel strongly about helping patients feel comfortable with their therapies and providing them access to additional...

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