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    Survey: Med synchronization programs improve adherence


    A new national survey found that nearly 75% of patients enrolled in medication synchronization programs said the programs helped them improve their overall medication adherence.

    The survey, announced by the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), also found that eight out of 10 patients enrolled in such programs found them helpful in managing their refills.

    “NCPA has made med sync programs such as Simplify My Meds a priority because they are truly a win-win-win situation for patients, payers, and pharmacists alike,” said NCPA CEO B. Douglas Hoey, RPh, MBA. “These survey results and marketing tools will help put community pharmacists in a better position to sign up more patients for med sync programs for better health and less stress.”

    Mark Lowery, Editor
    Mark Lowery an Editor for Drug Topics magazine.


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