Pharmacist phone intervention improves compliance: study

A new study has found that a pharmacist-led telephone intervention can improve medicines compliance. The report, published in BMJ Quality and Safety, aimed to test the effectiveness of a tailored, centralised advice service led by pharmacists. The UK researchers conducted a parallel group randomised controlled trial, including mail-order pharmacy patients who had been prescribed at

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