The roles of past behavior and health beliefs in predicting medication adherence to a statin regimen

@inproceedings{Molfenter2012TheRO,
  title={The roles of past behavior and health beliefs in predicting medication adherence to a statin regimen},
  author={Todd Molfenter and Abhik Bhattacharya and David H. Gustafson},
  booktitle={Patient preference and adherence},
  year={2012}
}
PURPOSE Current medication-adherence predictive tools are based on patient medication-taking beliefs, but studying past behavior may now be a more explanatory and accessible method. This study will evaluate if past medication-refill behavior for a statin regimen is more predictive of medication adherence than patient medication-taking health beliefs. PATIENTS AND METHODS This prospective longitudinal study was implemented in a national managed care plan in the United States. A group of 1433… CONTINUE READING
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