Advances and Challenges in Patient-Centric Medication Optimization in Health Care Settings

Hadia, Rajesh and Trivedi, Rahul and Sajan, Cyril and Saggu, Varunsingh and Baile, Sunil and Kardani, Sunil and Rajput, Hemraj Singh (2023) Advances and Challenges in Patient-Centric Medication Optimization in Health Care Settings. In: Contemporary Perspective on Science, Technology and Research Vol. 2. B P International, pp. 1-11. ISBN 978-81-968656-7-2

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The landscape of healthcare is undergoing a significant evolution marked by a growing emphasis on patient-centered care. Patient-centric medication optimization is a transformative paradigm that recognizes patients as active participants in their healthcare journey. This shift involves tailoring medication regimens to individual needs, fostering shared decision-making, and leveraging innovative technologies. This chapter explores the principles, technologies, and best practices underpinning patient-centric medication optimization. It highlights the impact of personalization, shared decision-making, adherence support, and patient empowerment on health outcomes. Technologies such as Electronic Health Records, medication reconciliation tools, telehealth, mobile apps, and pharmacogenomics play pivotal roles in driving this transformation. Evidence from studies underscores the benefits, including improved satisfaction, adherence, and clinical outcomes. As healthcare progresses toward a more patient-centered future, understanding and implementing patient-centric medication optimization principles become increasingly crucial.

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Date Deposited: 30 Dec 2023 09:12
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