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In a recent study, researchers sought to measure the association between Medicaid expansion, and improvements in cancer care delivery and insurance coverage.
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After a customer reportedly found a nylon cable tie in a bottle, AuroMedics Pharma issued a recall for some of its antibiotics tablets.
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According to data presented at ASHP’s 54th Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition, improved allergy documentation offers increased choices to patients and has the ability to save hospitals money.
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Patients seeking out the cheapest, fastest antibiotics have been consuming medication meant for fish instead of humans, according to research presented at ASHP’s 54th Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition.
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Reduced readmission rates and higher patient satisfaction were observed when patients had increased, focused interaction with pharmacists throughout their hospital stays, per a new study presented at ASHP’s 54th Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition.
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PBMI is hosting its 25th Anniversary National Conference March 2 to March 4 at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, FL. PBMI’s yearly conference has been a staple to pharmacy benefit management (PBM), offering an open forum for the exchange of ideas, learning new practices, and networking with…
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Available with a prescription, a combination statin and antihypertensive drug used to treat high blood pressure or chest pain as well as lower cholesterol is being recalled.
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In a recent Integrated Healthcare Executive podcast, Drew Ivan, chief product and strategy officer, and Jessica Nisenbaum, chief people officer, both from Rhapsody & Corepoint Health, discuss the benefits and challenges of introducing patient-generated health data into practice, and explain…
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A prescription anticonvulsant indicated for the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder is being recalled.
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Donald Sullivan, MD, MA, MCR, and colleagues recently published a study in JAMA Oncology on the association between palliative care and survival rates, particularly among lung cancer patients in the veteran population. Veterans Health Today spoke with him about the results of their study.
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