Publication date: 
Tue., Feb. 28, 2017 7:30am EST ·

Effect of Reminder Devices on Medication Adherence

A study of three low-cost reminder devices concluded there was no statistically significant increase in medication adherence among patients using them, compared with those receiving no reminders. The four-arm, block-randomized clinical trial involved more than 53,000 enrollees of CVS Caremark. Participants were aged 18–64 years and taking 1- 3 oral medications for long-term use. The patients were stratified on the basis of the medications they were using at randomization: medications for cardiovascular or other nondepression chronic conditions and antidepressants.

Publication date: 
Wed., Mar. 1, 2017 7:30am EST ·

Tackling Diabetes’ Devastating Toll on Minorities

NCPIE serves as co-editor for a monthly column in Pharmacy Today (American Pharmacists Association) The column is entitled “One-to-One” and is intended to help develop pharmacists’ medication communication and counseling skills to promote safe and appropriate medicine use.

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