Questions about the clinical significance of improvements to medication adherence resulting from value-based insurance design (VBID) policies persist in the literature. Given the lack of conclusive evidence about effectiveness, in addition to concerns about the cost of implementing VBID programs, it is perhaps not surprising that VBID is not more widely used by managed care plans. Although VBID holds promise for improving chronic medication use, additional evidence is needed if VBID is to become universally adopted.
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