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Analytics Innovations that Improve Medication Adherence
Learn how to improve your medication adherence strategy with help from our analytics exports. Identifying the right patients with AI machine-learning and predictive analytics are a solid foundation.
Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Side Effects
This is the sixth installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...
Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Motivation
This is the fifth installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...
The True Cost of Delaying Clinical Interventions - Heart Disease
Our Care Pathways analytics identify members earlier and help deliver comprehensive clinical interventions. We analyzed c data by condition stage and population size to determine increase in savings.
Medication Non-Adherence: What Consumers Really Think
The Impact of Predictive Analytics & Personalized Coaching on Medication Adherence
The Roadmap to Medication Adherence: Six Critical Steps That Drive Adherence
How to Increase Medication Adherence: Critical Elements of a Patient Engagement Program
Listen as our experts discuss three real patient case studies over viewing the very real struggles with medication adherence. Learn how to incorporate critical elements to build an adherence program t
Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients with Knowledge-Based Gaps
This is the third installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...
Increasing Access to Care with 24/7 Nurse Lines
Increasing access to a 24/7 Nurse Line can help avoid unnecessary emergency room visits and drive up medical spend. See who is calling and their top drivers for seeking emergency medical care.
Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence: Helping Patients with Time Management
This is the second installation of our “Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence” blog series. Read our introductory blog post to learn the common...
The Medication Adherence Challenge
Dr. Goldbach, Health Dialog's Chief Medical Officer, discusses the medication adherence challenge and the critical elements necessary for an effective patient adherence program.
What Are The Top Barriers to Medication Adherence?
Today, 82% of adults in the U.S. regularly take at least one medication, while 29% take five or more. Unfortunately, many aren’t taking them as...
The Power of the Nurse-Patient Relationship: Mentoring and Guidance is Critical to Behavior Change
Health coaching is at the heart of what we do at Health Dialog. Building lasting relationships with our patients can help drive positive behavior change...
Don’t Let Hypertension be Your Population’s Silent Killer
In late 2017, the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the American Heart Association (AHA) released guidelines that redefined the readings for high...
5 Common Questions About Medication Adherence
Today, medication non-adherence is one of the biggest drivers of poor medical outcomes and rising healthcare costs. While it may seem like a simple task to...
AMCP 2018 Nexus: Improving Medication Adherence Through Personalized Interventions
At Health Dialog, we’re always excited to participate in forward-looking events, meet leaders across the healthcare industry, and discuss strategies...
Medication Adherence: A Multifaceted Challenge
Helping individuals use healthcare effectively with coaching support
While it may seem straightforward for some individuals, following medical instructions can bring up a host of challenges. Failing to fill a prescription,...
Is Your Diabetes Management Program Missing the Mark?