Proposal for a Cross-Sectional Survey to Explore Preferences for and Perceptions of Medication Adherence Incentives Among Patients Taking Medication for a Chronic Disease

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Approximately 50% of prescriptions dispensed in the United States are not taken as prescribed, resulting in 125,000 deaths, 10% of hospitalizations, and $100-300 billion dollars in healthcare costs each year.

Hohmann N, Hastings T, Jeminiwa R, Garza KB, Qian J, Hansen R. Proposal for a Cross-Sectional Survey to Explore Preferences for and Perceptions of Medication Adherence Incentives Among Patients Taking Medication for a Chronic Disease. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2016; 12(4): 13-14. Available at: http://www.rsap.org/article/S1551-7411(16)30053-5/abstract


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21/06/2016

Many types of incentives for health behavior change have been studied, such as removing insurance drug caps, cash deposits, and social accountability. However, information about patient perceptions of and preferences for incentives for medication adherence is lacking.


Hohmann N, Hastings T, Jeminiwa R, Garza KB, Qian J, Hansen R.

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