Patient-reported medication adherence barriers among patients with cardiovascular risk factors.

@article{Zullig2015PatientreportedMA,
  title={Patient-reported medication adherence barriers among patients with cardiovascular risk factors.},
  author={Leah L. Zullig and Karen M. Stechuchak and Karen M. Goldstein and Maren K. Olsen and Felicia McCant and Susanne Danus and Matthew J Crowley and Eugene Z Oddone and Hayden B. Bosworth},
  journal={Journal of managed care & specialty pharmacy},
  year={2015},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={
          479-85
        }
}
BACKGROUND Many patients experience barriers that make it difficult to take cardiovascular disease (CVD)-related medications as prescribed. The Cardiovascular Intervention Improvement Telemedicine Study (CITIES) was a tailored behavioral pharmacist-administered and telephone-based intervention for reducing CVD risk. OBJECTIVES To (a) describe patient-reported barriers to taking their medication as prescribed and (b) evaluate patient-level characteristics associated with reporting medication… CONTINUE READING
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