As lawmakers and regulators consider policies to incentivize proper adherence to treatment regimens, a new study in Health Affairs has shown that medication synchronization programs- which align patients' prescription drug refills to enable pickup of all medication son a single visit- could be a key to increasing adherence and improving health outcomes.
P4HA hosted a panel of expert guests to explore the success of appointment-based medication synchronization models and what it means for federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.
- March 1, 2018 at the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, DC
- Sloane Salzburg, Executive Director, P4HA (moderator)
- Kimberly Bone, Manager of Managed Care, Publix Super Markets
- Alexis Krumme, Research Scientist, Harvard Medical School & Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Jeff Lemieux, Chief Economist, Council for Affordable Health Coverage
- Tim Weippert, COO, Thrifty White Pharmacy