The Medication Adherence Alliance was initially convened in 2011. The Alliance consists of key experts in the field of medication adherence including representatives from consumer advocacy groups, community health providers, non-profit groups, the academic community, decision-making government officials, and industry representatives. The overarching goal of the Alliance is to assemble a body of medication adherence experts to comment and provide feedback on current and proposed legislation and policy impacting medication adherence. This website was developed by Alliance members from Duke University and PhRMA.
This website represents a culmination of resources for medication adherence-related policy, measurement, and tools. Our mission is to identify evidence-based resources to educate and equip patients and their families, healthcare providers, industry partners, and academic researchers about the field of medication adherence.
More specifically, we address healthcare policy and reimbursement reform, evolving health and information technologies, and specific intervention programs and tools to increase individuals’ and community engagement to improve medication adherence in a variety of settings.
Medication Adherence Alliance Leadership
The Medication Adherence Alliance is comprised of three working groups that address timely medication adherence topics. These topics include the role of electronic health records (EHR) in ensuring adherence, the measurement of medication adherence, and a living laboratory to test innovations to improve medication adherence.
EHR Workgroup Director: Bradi Granger, PhD, RN
Measurement Workgroup Director: Leah Zullig, PhD
Living Lab Workgroup Director: Hayden Bosworth, PhD
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