Patient Prescription Behavior
In addition to compliance and persistence, patient-level data allows identifying patient prescription behavior for each individual patient. The case when the patient takes less medication than prescribed could be explained not by non-compliance, but by drug down dosing, sampling and side effects.
Consider a top-prescribing physician who receives a lot of samples from pharma companies. Patients of this top-prescribing physician will have low compliance because they receive samples from their physician.
Bayser patient prescription behavior approach allows identifying patient prescription patterns and recognizes different types of patient behavior as drug down dosing, drug escalation, sampling and side effects.
Bayser offers C&P (consumed-prescribed) charts that describe unique consuming behavior of patients and prescribing behavior of physicians.
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