Yes, according to results presented at a poster presentation at the recent AMCP Nexus Conference titled Medical Cost Differences Associated with Adherence to Specialty Medications. After a year of follow-up, patients who were adherent to specialty medications for chronic conditions had lower medical costs compared with those who were non-adherent, according to a retrospective analysis of pharmacy and medical claims in a commercially insured population. More here. (Source: First Report Managed Care, 10/16/2013)
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