Our Partners, FRMC

First Report Managed Care® has forged partnership with a number of organizations in order to bring our readers a wide range of timely and important information. Our partners are listed below.

About National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP):

NASP represents specialty pharmacy professionals in all practice settings and highlights the unique value its members bring to patients and the healthcare system. NASP is focused on building collaboration among all organizations involved in specialty pharmacy to deliver the benefits and services needed to improve patient outcomes. NASP’s mission is to provide educational programs, certification curriculum, and professional networking forums for healthcare professionals to promote the safe and appropriate use of specialty medications and to improve clinical and economic outcomes.

About Pharmacy Learning Network (PLN):

PLN is a full-service Web site highlighting the latest in health-system pharmacy news, unique editorial perspectives, and on-demand education for health-system pharmacists.

About Psych Congress Network (PCN):

PCN keeps mental health professionals current on the latest clinical news, research breakthroughs, and peer perspectives. The goal of PCN is to serve as the go-to resource for clinicians seeking the highest quality of care for their patients. With that in mind, the website presents information in a practical, accessible manner. Articles cover recent studies on schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, addiction, Alzheimer’s disease, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other key therapeutic areas. 

About Cardiometabolic Risk Summit (CRS):

CRS is dedicated to translating late-breaking clinical research on cardiometabolic syndrome risk reduction into practical and targeted education that can easily be applied to real-world clinical scenarios in the primary care setting. The meeting is designed to stimulate discussion and offer a forum in which best practices in cardiometabolic risk reduction and management can be shared among primary care colleagues from across the United States.