BRHC

AcronymDefinition
BRHCBristol Royal Hospital for Children (UK)
BRHCBen Rhydding Hockey Club (Yorkshire, UK)
BRHCBothwell Regional Health Center (Sedalia, MO)
BRHCBrandon Regional Health Centre (Canada)
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People who use BRhc are more likely to adhere to medications, which is critical to managing chronic conditions, treating temporary conditions, and maintaining long-term health and well-being.1
Seniors who use BRhc are more likely to get flu shots, which can reduce health risks associated with the flu.2
What Walgreens is learning about its customers through BRhc "is absolutely influencing our assortments, how we build out our planograms and how we reward our best shoppers," Tompkins adds.
The new data shows that active BRhc members who tracked weight measurements lost an average of 3.3 pounds, with more than one in four (27.2%) losing six pounds or more.
From the day of the surgery Elain's health seemed to take off on a downward spiral and was the beginning of a 10-week-long stay on the paediatric intensive care unit (ICU) at BRHC.
Mrs Stokes and husband Karl, 34, spent the first six weeks of Louie's life at BRHC, where their son had two procedures to improve blood flow around his body.
The Research on Balance Rewards for healthy choices and patients over 50 study examined the relationship between BRhc engagement and adherence to antihypertensive, oral antidiabetic and antihyperlipidemic medications for patients age 50 and older.
Specific findings include that among BRhc members tracking physical activity, Walgreens ob served greater rates of optimal adherence--11.2% higher for antihypertensives, 5.1% higher for oral antidiabetics and 4.5% higher for antihyperlipidemics.
The data, from a series of related Walgreens studies conducted on BRhc participants throughout 2014, shows:
* New BRhc participants taking diabetes medications who also tracked blood glucose levels demonstrated 5.4 percentage points higher adherence, while participants who logged steps for walking and running demonstrated 7.9 percentage points higher adherence.
New BRhc participants taking diabetes medications who also tracked blood glucose levels demonstrated 5.4% higher adherence, while participants who logged steps for walking and running demonstrated 7.9% higher adherence.