Tackling Medication Non-Adherence at the Point of Care

  • September 20, 2016
  • 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET
  • Online

Medication non-adherence is a national epidemic that costs the US healthcare system over $200B annually. Clinicians and payers play important roles in addressing non-adherence. However, it can be difficult for clinicians to make informed and timely recommendations for managing medication regimens and improving patient outcomes without clinical insights at the point of care.

There is now a solution that allows payers to display patient-specific adherence insights and clinically relevant information directly into the point-of-care workflow. This webinar will detail how this capability can facilitate timely data exchange among key players in the healthcare system to improve provider engagement, patient outcomes and lower costs.

Webinar participants will learn:

  • Define the national medication non-adherence epidemic and the barriers to tackling non-adherence from the perspectives of payers, care providers, and patients
  • Assess strategies to address non-adherence
  • Describe innovative capabilities to enable more effective medication management at the point of care


Scott Motejunas photoScott Motejunas, Product Innovation, Surescripts

Scott Motejunas has a passion for helping innovative businesses define and execute their growth strategies. Within the Product Innovation team at Surescripts, he is responsible for driving new and existing products along the product lifecycle, and he currently focuses on solutions aimed at improving medication management for patients.

Prior to Surescripts, he has held various healthcare strategy and investment roles, most recently working on the corporate strategy team at Humana, a leading Medicare Advantage plan. He received a BA from the Johns Hopkins University with Honors in Economics and an MBA from the Darden School of the University of Virginia.