Tackling the polypharmacy problem in chronic care management

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Research has shown that prescribing for older patients with multiple chronic conditions (MCCs) often leads to medication regimens that are complicated, difficult to adhere to, and contain multiple drug-drug and drug-disease interactions.1 Polypharmacy, the use of multiple medications, is a particular concern for older patients with MCCs and their clinicians; the greater the number of medicationsprescribed, the greater the likelihood that issues will be present.

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Provide Care Beyond Your Office Setting to the Patients Who Need It Most

Fueled by a growing aging population, sedentary lifestyles, changing diets, and increasing obesity levels, chronic diseases are on the rise.1 Learn more

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Provide Patients the Care Support They Need Between Doctors’ Visits

Your Medicare patients with 2 or more chronic conditions can get the support they need between doctors’ visits to help them take more control of their health.

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Extra Care Support Can Help Patients Manage Chronic Conditions

Medicare patients can get the extra support they need to manage their multiple chronic conditions between doctors’ visits, from monthly calls to care coordination to medication reconciliation.

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