Better drug adherence could cut health care spending, study shows

07/8/2013 | Chain Drug Review

Poor drug adherence was associated with increased visits to medical clinics and hospitals, which in turn leads to unneeded spending on health care, according to a study published in Health Affairs. The findings suggest that developing innovative methods to boost medication adherence may help lower costs while improving health, according to the report.

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