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ABSTRACT: Interventions to Improve Adherence to Self-ad… [Ann Intern Med. 2012] – PubMed – NCBI

Abstract
BACKGROUND:
Suboptimum medication adherence is common in the United States and leads to serious negative health consequences but may respond to intervention.
PURPOSE:
To assess the comparative effectiveness of patient, provider, systems, and policy interventions that aim to improve medication adherence for chronic health conditions in the United States.

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Brian S McGowan, PhD

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Brian is a research scientist and educational technologist. He helped transform Pfizer’s Medical Education Group and previously served in educational leadership roles at HealthAnswers, Inc.; Acumentis, LLC.; Cephalon; and Wyeth. He taught graduate medical education programs at Arcadia University for 10 years. Dr. McGowan recently authored the book "#socialQI: Simple Solutions for Improving Your Healthcare" and has been invited to speak internationally on the subject of information flow, technology, and learning in healthcare.

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