medication adherence

Meeting the Unique Needs of Psoriasis Patients

Psoriasis affects more than 100 million people worldwide according to the World Health Organization. The number of triggers and associated comorbidities make this immune disorder difficult for patients to manage. As part of Psoriasis Awareness Month, we’re highlighting how UBC’s experts are helping advance treatment options while also focusing on the needs of individual patients.


Patient-Reported Outcomes Offer Insight to Adherence Barriers

Understanding risk factors for medication non-adherence is becoming increasingly important in oncology. Patient-reported outcome (PRO) instruments may provide valuable insight on barriers to medication adherence in the real world. A study presented at ISPOR sought to identify and describe key patient-reported risk factors for non-adherence measured in observational studies evaluating adherence with OAAs.


Free Webinar: Enhancing Patient Engagement – How to Maximize Nursing & Adherence Solutions

Patient-centric medicine is not a passing fad. New technology trends, healthcare laws, and diverse therapeutic options are converging to provide patients even more opportunities to be proactively engaged in their health journeys.

UBC’s patient engagement experts will share tools that allow for understanding and addressing patients’ needs and concerns in a free webinar on Thursday, November 20th at 3 p.m. EST.

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