Adherent Health announces results of 2014 Patient Preference Study Adherent Health.

Adherent Health announces results of 2014 Patient Preference Study Adherent Health, LLC, a cellular health engagement advisory focused on medication safe-use, adherence, and health outcomes attainment, announced today the outcomes of its 2014 Individual Preference Study which surveyed the cellular app behaviors and medication support preferences of 2,216 prescription-taking individuals aged 18-65+. This is a higher rate of cellular app use among prescription-acquiring patients of all ages, including those 65+ remarked Michael A. Weber, MD, Professor of Medication at the SUNY Downstate College of Medication in Brooklyn, and Editor-In Chief of the Journal of Clinical Hypertension.We compared the strength of the univariate relationship between viability and the rate of death with the effectiveness of additional known prognostic factors, including the remaining ventricular ejection fraction, the still left ventricular end-systolic and end-diastolic volume indexes, and the RAR score. Finally, we used multivariable Cox model analyses to measure the relationship between viability and each end stage with adjustment for various other known prognostic elements, including age, sex, competition or ethnic group, heart failure course at baseline, background of myocardial infarction, previous revascularization, ejection fraction, number of diseased vessels, chronic renal insufficiency, mitral regurgitation, background of stroke, and background of atrial fibrillation.