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Medication adherence report gives U.S. C+

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“2013 Medication Adherence in America: A National Report 2013” gives people in the U.S. with chronic medical conditions a C+ grade. The report, from the National Community Pharmacists Association, says that key predictors of medication adherence include patients’ personal connection with a pharmacist or pharmacy staff, how easy it is for patients to afford medications, and the level of continuity patients have in their health care. Read the report.

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