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“It’s not a bad insurance company. It just seems like they have become greedy trying to control both ends of the pendulum—wanting to be the payer and provider,” said Alexander Salerno, MD, an internal medicine specialist in East Orange, NJ.
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According to the researchers of a recent study, “people living with chronic health conditions and taking multiple medicines, including non-prescription medicines, are likely to be non-adherent to prescription medicines.”
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According to the authors of a recent study, “providing patients with computer patient portal access and combining it with mobile patient portal access are associated with significantly improved diabetes medication adherence and glycemic control.”
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“Through this partnership we aim to set new standards for how real-world evidence can better inform the consequential decisions that biopharma manufacturers, insurers, and other stakeholders make every single day around drug pricing and patient access,” said Pamela Bradt, MD, MPH, chief scientific…
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A Class II recall is active for a prescription stimulant used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder as well as narcolepsy.
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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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