How pharmacists and pharmacogenomics can shorten your medication prescribing ‘odyssey’ and improve your patient’s health
The road is long — and rightly so — for a new, potentially transformative medical idea to travel from initial theory through research and finally to broad, evidence-based acceptance and best practice.
Remembering to take your medications as prescribed can be challenging. And it only gets tougher with the more medications you’re prescribed. Learn these tips to simplify your life!
Medical cannabis or marijuana can be prescribed in many states and like any other drug it has its potential benefits and risks.
You’ve probably never wondered about the connection between employee absenteeism and medication adherence. What could taking medication prescribed by your healthcare provider, and showing up for work possibly have in common? The answer might surprise you.
Medication adherence (taking one’s medication as the doctor has prescribed) is impacted by several KEY FACTORS. Learn how to tackle each of these factors systematically.
The CDC estimates that 8% of adults in the US don’t take their prescription medications as prescribed to save money. This number increases to 14% if you’re uninsured. However, this cost-saving strategy may increase the use of ER services and hospitalizations, and ultimately result in poorer health and increased health costs.