A Six Sigma framework to successfully manage medication adherence

Discover our CEO's last publication in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

Discover our CEO’s last publication in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology:

In this editorial, we propose the application of the Six Sigma framework to reduce the problem of medication nonadherence, a global epidemic that creates a large impact on health care systems worldwide, due to increased mortality and the economic burden of hospitalization.


Share This Post

You may also like...

Bias in clinical Research
Breaking News

Unmasking Bias in Clinical Research: A Historical Perspective

It’s an uncomfortable truth that decision-making is a murky business. While we would all like to think that our actions and the choices underpinning them are rooted in logic, integrity, and reason, the truth is not entirely clear-cut. In reality,

Dose Optimization
Breaking News

Dose Optimization: Getting to the Root of a Long-Term Issue

In this article, Dr. Vrijens shares his thoughts on the need for dose optimization in the interests of balancing safety and efficacy. How we use language has a huge bearing on the meaning we convey. Take the word ‘overdose’, for