Archive for patientadherence SmartBlogs

Having trouble mastering patience?

Patience is a matter of control. I certainly do not possess it, but I do admire those who do. And as someone who likes to be in control, as do most executives with whom I work, control may open the window to developing greater levels of patience.

Boil it down to the maxim “Control what you can control and let the rest go.” We cannot control what happens to us, but we can control how we respond to it.[…] Continue Reading »

With the room filled with minds representing nearly every sphere of the patient health care life cycle, one key point from Thursday night’s wool.labs Cocktail Convention in Philadelphia on patient adherence was that patients will only stick to a treatment when they trust the source.

Before the event, wool.labs used its WebDig tool to cull data from social media sites and to poll attendees and other health care-industry members.[…] Continue Reading »

In preparation for the Feb. 24 event hosted by wool.labs, SmartBrief and MISI at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, wool.labs is rolling out a survey for anyone in the medical field — including patients — to take.

The survey aims to gather data on the event’s main topic: patient adherence with regard to medications and treatments.[…] Continue Reading »