A report from the New England Healthcare Institute estimates that nonadherence to medication contributes $290 billion annually in unnecessary costs - about 13% of the total US healthcare expenditure.
What does NEHI stand for?
NEHI stands for New England Healthcare Institute (Cambridge, MA)
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We have 5 other meanings of NEHI in our Acronym Attic
- New England Historical and Genealogical Register
- New England Historic Genealogical Society
- New England Hiking Holidays (North Conway, NH)
- New England Hundred Highest (hiking)
- North East Hampshire Historical and Archaeological Society (UK)
- Nebraska Health and Human Services System
- National Equities Holdings, Inc. (est. 1984; Texas)
- National Eye Health Initiative (Australia)
- Native Education and Health Initiative (Louisville, KY)
- New England Health Imaging (est. 1987)
- New England Heart Institute (cardiac center; New Hampshire)
- National Employment and Health Innovations Network (UK)
- North East Home Insulation Partnership (UK)
- National Employer Health Insurance Survey (National Center for Health Statistics)
- New Emergency Health Kits
- New England Hockey League
- North Eastern Hockey League
- National Episcopal Health Ministries (Indianapolis, IN)
- New England Holocaust Memorial (Boston, MA)
- Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (Utah State University)
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Research by the New England Healthcare Institute, for example, has shown that patients who do not take their medications as prescribed by their doctors cost the U.
According to a New England Healthcare Institute study, otherwise avoidable medical spending resulting directly from nonadherence accounts for up to $290 billion per year, or 13% of total health care expenditures.
According to the New England Healthcare Institute, the overall cost of poor medication adherence, measured in otherwise avoidable medical spending (i.
Another study by the New England Healthcare Institute (Aug.
A series of innovations, including patient-centered medical homes and retail clinics staffed by nurse practitioners and physician assistants, would help transform the primary care system into one that is higher in quality and more effective, according to a report from the Massachusetts-based New England Healthcare Institute.
Another study published by the New England Healthcare Institute (NEHI) recommends that community hospitals with 10 or more ICU beds adopt tele-ICU care.
A recent study by the New England Healthcare Institute estimated that $290 billion, or 13% of all U.