How Can Pharmacists Best Address the Issue of Medication Adherence with Patients?

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It important to prioritize those patients who need interventions, to create a personalized approach to get patients back on track with their recommended medications, and finally, to accommodate the patients' needs for their desired form of communication.

In this interview with Pharmacy Times at the National Community Pharmacists Association Annual Convention (NCPA) Ken Monroe, from Omnicell, explains the best way to address patient nonadherence to recommended drug regimens.

He notes that it important to prioritize those patients who need interventions, to create a personalized approach to get patients back on track with their recommended medications, and finally, to accommodate the patients' needs for their desired form of communication.

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