Patients who are unable to take their medication on the prescribed schedule (noncompliers) are a major cost to insurers. Those who take less than 80% of the prescribed doses (about 75% of patients) have more frequent hospitalizations and ER visits, and are likely to need more expensive medical care sooner.
If your organization is paying for a patient's medications, you owe it to both your patients and your management to minimize overall costs by assuring that each patient derives the benefit of the prescribed medication.
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