A Project to Promote Adherence to Blood Pressure Medication Among People Who Use Community Pharmacies in Rural Montana, 2014–2016
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 14 — June 29, 2017
Figure. Percentage of patients who achieved blood pressure medication adherence (proportion of days covered [PDC] by prescription claims ≥80%) pre-intervention and postintervention among community pharmacies participating in TUPD (N = 17) in year 2 and year 3, by year and overall, Montana, July 2014–June 2016. Community pharmacies during the pilot year were excluded from this analysis because they were not required to use a standardized definition for medication adherence. Abbreviation: TUPD, Team Up. Pressure Down.
|By Year||No. of Participating Pharmacies||Percentage of Study Participants With PDC ≥80%|
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