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Exploring the Promise of Patient Medication Information Brookings

11/13/2014
04:05 | Author: Molly Young

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Exploring the Promise of Patient Medication Information Brookings

In order to take their medications safely and effectively, patients need medication information that is accurate, balanced, and delivered in an.

Moderated by Brookings Fellow, Gregory W. The studies provided insights on improving patient literacy and comprehension levels; effectively using graphics, icons and other visual formats; and identifying best practices for each PMI prototype. Daniel, experts and researchers from Concentrics Health, Northwestern University, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Duke University, PatientsLikeMe, and Adheris Health presented and discussed findings from recent Patient Medication Information (PMI) studies.

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Drug Information A Guide for Pharmacists, 4e - AccessPharmacy

9/12/2014
02:50 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Drug Information A Guide for Pharmacists, 4e - AccessPharmacy

Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists, 4e. Patrick M. Malone, Karen L. Kier, Chapter 1. Introduction to the Concept of Medication Information · Chapter 2.

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Medication Mental Health America

7/11/2014
12:25 | Author: Molly Young

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Medication Mental Health America

It is important to know the benefits of prescribed medications, as well as their since it can be hard to remember a lot of information, especially when you aren't.

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Still, quitting is a big decision and can seriously affect your health, so think it through carefully. If these or other concerns are bothering you, know that you are not alone. There are many reasons people consider stopping their medication. Some people dislike the side effects, feel that there's stigma about medication or worry about the expense.

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But it's becoming clearer to researchers, providers and mental health consumers themselves that being actively involved in your treatment can make a real difference in your recovery.

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Micromedex Solutions Evidence-Based Clinical Decision Support

5/10/2014
02:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Micromedex Solutions Evidence-Based Clinical Decision Support

Suite offers comprehensive evidence-based resources at the point of care for medication management, toxicology, and disease and condition management.

Patient and Consumer Education and Engagement Micromedex Patient Connect Suite is a complete, single-source solution of products that deliver evidence-based, comprehensive, consistent patient health education and consumer health engagement resources for every stage care.

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What's the connection? Patients who understand their conditions, medications and treatment are more likely to actively participate and be more satisfied with their healthcare. Are you equipped to deliver effective education for every patient in every care setting?. Health literacy and patient education.

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Evidence-Based Resources A Single Solution for powerful Clinical Decision Support, Micromedex Clinical Knowledge Suite offers comprehensive evidence-based resources at the point of care for medication management, toxicology, and disease and condition management.

Real-Time Clinical Surveillance Micromedex 360 Care Insights proactively monitors and conducts real-time clinical surveillance to quickly identify at-risk patients and intervention candidates, as well as deliver patient-specific clinical decision support at the point of care.

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AIDSmeds - HIV - AIDS - Treatment - Drugs

3/9/2014
04:35 | Author: Molly Young

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AIDSmeds - HIV - AIDS - Treatment - Drugs

This HIV+ owned and operated site has easy-to-read guided treatment lessons, drug information, recent news, community forums, and drug interactions checker.

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