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Managing medication adherence | ACP Internist

That most nonadherent patients are willfully rejecting doctors' orders might seem shocking. But physicians have to accept it in order to encourage patients to accept their advice. Digital health tools may offer potential aids in solving matters of

QD: News Every Day--Better medical adherence may not translate to acute coronary syndrome outcomes : ACP Internist

A 4-part intervention for acute coronary syndrome improved medication adherence but not clinical outcomes in the first year after a hospital...

Should doctors be paid to communicate with patients? : ACP Internist

This post by Steven Wilkins, MPH, appeared at Better Health . I often hear from physicians that they would do a better job communicating ...

'Robo-pills' boost Rx compliance : ACP Internist

Novartis is testing microchips embedded in prescription drugs to remind patients to take their medicines. A receiver on the patient's shoul...

QD: News Every Day--Drug adherence can save patients thousands in later acute care : ACP Internist

Patients who follow their prescribed medications for chronic diseases spend far less on later acute care, reports a study. Economists at a ...

Med Men and medical advice : ACP Internist

It's never really discussed. We don't learn it in med school. There are opaque references to it in residency. Once we're out, it slowly beco...

QD: News Every Day--Pictures on prescriptions may help illiterate patients take medicines correctly : ACP Internist

Using pictures and symbols, rather than handwritten words, on prescriptions may help illiterate patients take their medicines correctly when...

How are doctors expected to talk about patients? : ACP Internist

Every week I precept (teach and supervise) in the residents' internal medicine clinic at the Outpatient Center of Johns Hopkins Hospital, on...

March 2017 | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

Readable Rx labels: Clear but not compelling : ACP Internist

Confusing prescription labels and poor patient adherence to medication are concurrent yet complementary problems. Fixing the former would se...

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