University of Maryland Boosts Prescription First-Fill Rates 20% to 25% With Pharmacist Intervention

A University of Maryland study found that patients with chronic conditions like heart failure and COPD were 20-25% more likely to fill their prescriptions when they participated in a program that combined home healthcare visits with pharmacist consultations. This MIH-CP program also led to an 8-14% improvement in medication adherence within 2 months of the pharmacist intervention.

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  • How this program can help you improve patient outcomes after hospital discharge
  • The impact of pharmacist consultations on medication adherence for specific chronic conditions
  • Strategies for achieving long-term medication adherence success