Accuracy of Patient-reported Adherence to Glaucoma Medications on a Visual Analog Scale Compared With Electronic Monitors.

@article{Sayner2015AccuracyOP,
  title={Accuracy of Patient-reported Adherence to Glaucoma Medications on a Visual Analog Scale Compared With Electronic Monitors.},
  author={Robyn Sayner and Delesha M. Carpenter and Susan J Blalock and Alan L. Robin and Kelly W. Muir and M E Hartnett and Annette L. Giangiacomo and Gail Tudor and Betsy L Sleath},
  journal={Clinical therapeutics},
  year={2015},
  volume={37 9},
  pages={1975-85}
}
PURPOSE Glaucoma medications can improve clinical outcomes when patients adhere to their medication regimen. Providers often ask patients with glaucoma to self-report their adherence, but the accuracy of self-reporting has received little scientific attention. The purpose of this article was to compare a self-reported medication adherence measure with adherence data collected from Medication Event Monitoring Systems (MEMS) electronic monitors. An additional goal was to identify which patient… CONTINUE READING
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