CVS Health says it will undertake a concerted effort to improve consumer medication adherence, targeting a 5 percent to 15 percent increase by 2017, according to a new edition of the company's Insights reports.

"For the past several years, the CVS Health Research Institute has been focused on building the body of scientific knowledge available related to medication adherence and, through various research collaborations, has published or presented more than 50 adherence-focused papers in peer-reviewed journals and at various clinical conferences," company executives said. "The Insights Report describes complex adherence challenges and actions that can make adherence easier while helping to lower overall costs."

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