Cost is a factor among 15% of the non-adherent. When prescriptions cost more than a patient expects at the pharmacy, they are likely to go home without their medication. Uninsured patients are also likely to not fill their prescriptions due to the high cost of their medication. Some people skip their medication regimens to save money but often do not realize that this can lead to bigger health problems, which means spending more money on hospitalizations or emergency room trips. At PharmMD we identify these issues through clinical intervention and work with the individual to help mitigate cost issues.