Category Archives: patient compliance
By Guest Blogger | Published: March 12, 2013
by Grant Corbett Epigenetics is the study of changes in human gene expression, in particular from environmental factors. Pharma is also experiencing epigenetic change. Human genes are formed from DNA, which are instructions much like a blueprint. Similarly, the environment is changing pharmaceutical DNA and how brand marketing is instructed.
By Ben Comer | Published: November 7, 2012
Patients in search of face time with a healthcare provider are stopping into their local drugstores, where consultations are free and the wait time is shorter. Pharmacists are in a unique position, too, to move the needle on drug adherence.
By Ben Comer | Published: August 1, 2012
FDA’s approval of Truvada, a once-a-day oral combination of tenofovir and emtricitabine, for pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP, a method for preventing HIV infection) arrived during a chorus of optimism surrounding major developments in the fight against AIDS.
By Ben Comer | Published: July 20, 2012
At CBI’s 7th Annual Rare Disease and Orphan Drug Leadership Congress, speakers and attendees identified areas where pharma can improve the way it approaches rare disease and treatment.
By William Looney | Published: May 11, 2012
CBI conference highlights three turnaround strategies to plug the gaps in patient adherence. New insights into customer behavior fostered by the revolution in information technology are finally being applied to the age-old quandary of why most patients stop taking prescribed medications after a few months of therapy. This was a key conclusion of last month’s […]