The RxAnte team includes experts in medication adherence, quality improvement, statistics, and pharmacoepidemiology. Over the years, our experts have led or contributed to over 200 published studies – many of which have informed the RxAnte approach to improving medication adherence. Listed below are some of our “greatest hits” from the past 10 years.
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Achieving accountable care: It’s not about the bike
New England Journal of Medicine, 2011.
Toward a business case for performance improvement
American Journal of Managed Care, 2011.
Propensity score matching in the evaluation of drug therapy management programs: an illustrative analysis of a program for patients with hepatitis C virus
Quality Management in Health Care, 2010.
The epidemiology of prescriptions abandoned at the pharmacy
Annals of Internal Medicine, 2010.
Comparing adherence and persistence across 6 chronic medication classes
Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 2009.
Improving quality and value in the U.S. health care system
The Brookings Institution, 2009.
Association between prescription burden and medication adherence in patients initiating antihypertensive and lipid-lowering therapy
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy. 2009.
Patient-reported reasons for discontinuing overactive bladder medication
British Journal of Urology International, 2009.
Understanding medication compliance and persistence from an economics perspective
Value in Health, 2008.
A novel programme to evaluate and communicate 10-year risk of CHD reduces predicted risk and improves patients' modifiable risk factor profile
International Journal of Clinical Practice, 2008.
Physician follow-up and provider continuity are associated with long-term medication adherence
Archives of Internal Medicine, 2007.
Gaps in treatment among users of osteoporosis medications: the dynamics of noncompliance
American Journal of Medicine, 2007.
Evidence-based interventions to improve patient compliance with antihypertensive and lipid-lowering medications
International Journal of Clinical Practice, 2005.
Adherence with concomitant antihypertensive and lipid-lowering therapy
Archives of Internal Medicine, 2005.
Follow-up lipid tests and physician visits are associated with improved adherence to statin therapy
How well do patients report noncompliance with antihypertensive medications: a comparison of self-report versus filled prescriptions
Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug Safety, 2004.
Long-term persistence in use of statin therapy in elderly patients
Journal of the American Medical Association, 2002.