Why Is It So Hard to Take Care of Ourselves?
Simple Steps to Help Consumers Take Their Medicines
Evidence shows that one of the three keys to avoiding unnecessary hospitalizations is taking medications per the doctor’s order. However, many of us fail to follow the prescription regimen and doctor’s advice. Consistency in taking medications is a problem for all of us and is particularly compounded for those with complex medical and behavioral conditions.
The National Council on Behavioral Health recently released its white paper on best practices for care providers in supporting consumers with medication adherence. Watch this webinar to hear Joe Parks, MD, National Council Medical Director, and Chris Reist, MD, Relias Population Health Medical Advisor and contributor to the National Council white paper discuss how care providers can get better in supporting consumer self-care and, specifically, medication adherence.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- The negative impact on lack of adherence to quality of life and health
- Challenges faced by those with complex conditions in managing medications
- Best practice tips for providers in helping consumers with supports for self-care and medication adherence
- How Relias can help you get better at what you do
Christopher Reist, Ph.D.
Population Health Medical Advisor, Relias
Dr. Joe Parks, PhD
Medical Director, National Council for Behavioral Health
Carol Clayton, PhD
Chief Translational Neuroscientist, Relias