Targeted Literature Review of Medication Event Monitoring Systems to Evaluate Adherence in Observational Real-world Studies

 

Targeted Literature Review of Medication Event Monitoring Systems to Evaluate Adherence in Observational Real-world Studies

Oral anti-cancer treatments have become available at a rapid pace and are changing the usual care practice of the treating physician in oncology. Emerging literature on adherence with oral antineoplastic agents, mainly published in breast cancer and chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), suggests that adherence is less than optimal.A better understanding of real-world adherence and correlative factors of non-adherence will help the clinical community to define what, if any, intervention
Targeted Literature Review of Medication Event Monitoring Systems to Evaluate Adherence in Observational Real-world Studies