Medication Adherence is defined by a patient taking their medications as prescribed or continuing to take their medications. Medication taking is behavioral and addressing patients that are non-adherent by providing support and resources can help lead to better outcomes. The 13th Surgeon General of United States, C. Everett Koop M.D, ...Read More
Can Pharmacists Play a Strategic Role in Improving Patient Outcomes and Preventing Hospital Readmissions?
As health care reform shifts from volume-based care to value-based care, many question whether pharmacists can play a strategic role in improving patient outcomes and preventing hospital readmissions. We believe the answer is yes, most definitely! And Parata customers and pharmacists Tim Wright and his wife, Nora Wright, are ...Read More
Parata recently joined the Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA). Together, Parata and PQA are committed to improving the quality of medication management and patient health care through a collaborative process. Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA) is a consensus-based, multi-stakeholder membership organization committed to improving health care quality and patient safety with ...Read More
Tripp Logan, pharmacist and co-owner of MedHere Today®, recently discussed how the future of pharmacy revolves around adherence and how pharmacists can capitalize on this opportunity. Here are our top five takeaways from Tripp’s webinar, Making an Impact: Adherence and the Future of Pharmacy.Read More