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Medication Adherence: A Positive Story You Are Not Hearing

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Pharmaceutical companies are spending more to help patients adhere to their therapeutic regimens – an almost universally recognized way to improve health outcomes and pharma’s bottom line. But an unclear legal and regulatory climate and poor understanding of the adherence problems it is trying to solve means industry isn’t trumpeting what could be one of its best health care value arguments.

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