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Shire Strives to Increase Adherence Among Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 5 Patients
Date:4/3/2008

resources available, to address the myriad of reasons that contribute to nonadherence, in order to realize the full benefit of their medications."

Through On Track, Shire is providing resources and services developed with insights from experts in the nephrology and behavior modification fields to help renal care teams and patients take a multifaceted approach to hyperphosphatemia control. Shire also is offering additional support specifically for FOSRENOL patients through its comprehensive offerings in FOSRENOL On Track - a first of its kind program for the renal community that offers an array of unique services to help renal care teams and patients improve adherence.
-- Shire developed tools for HCPs and renal care teams to help enhance

their communication with patients in clinical settings. These tools

will facilitate the development of individualized plans that address

patients' specific barriers to managing their hyperphosphatemia

through diet, dialysis, and phosphate binder therapy.

-- Shire established the FOSRENOL On Track hotline to provide a simple,

single point of access to a comprehensive range of support services

and tools for all FOSRENOL patients and their renal care teams.

- FOSRENOL patients also can elect to receive regular lifestyle and

medication "reminders" through FOSRENOL On Track.

-- Knowing that high and rising out-of-pocket expenses for medications

often decrease patient adherence, Shire also is providing several

resources for FOSRENOL patients who face financial burdens to

adherence.

- Shire will provide a discount card for patients with private

insurance that will help them with financial assistance for their

medication. This is the first offering of its kind for

hyperphosphatemia patients.

- Qualified dialysis patients can receive grants t
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