Significant Improvement in IBD Medication Adherence Reported by Johns Hopkins, Curant Health

Significant Improvement in IBD Medication Adherence Reported by Johns Hopkins, Curant Health
A collaborative project between researchers at Johns Hopkins University’s Meyerhoff Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center and Curant Health has produced the first study to report long-term adherence data for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Adherence refers to a patient’s compliance for taking medications as prescribed by their physician. Project ALIVE (Adherence and Long-term IBD Value-added Effectiveness) was initiated in 2014 with the

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