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Strong risk factors for ACE-I/ARB discontinuation were hyperkalemia, hypotension, low bicarbonate level, and hospitalization related to acute kidney injury, researchers reported.
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“Ongoing monitoring of incentive programs is critical to determining the effectiveness of financial incentives and their effects on the improvement of cancer screening delivery rates,” researchers wrote.
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Study findings show that 60% of patients receive inadequate care for major depressive disorder following heart attack or stroke, which researchers say is linked with notably higher health care costs.
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Beginning next year, the official list price for the cholesterol drug Repatha (evolocumab) will be the lower price Amgen began offering last year to patients on Medicare and those paying for the drug out-of-pocket.
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A new phone application from UnitedHealthcare provides on-demand access to telemedicine services for roughly 27 million plan participants and aims at lowering health care costs.
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In a recent announcement, Humana and Microsoft launched their new partnership that is focused on creating innovative health care solutions using the latest technology in artificial intelligence and collaboration tools.
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A new partnership announced today connects Centene, Walgreens, and RxAdvance, who will be collaborating to build an innovative pharmacy benefit management model in an effort to improve outcomes and lower costs.
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According to a recent JAMA study, the US spends more on health care than any other country and one quarter of that spend is estimated to be waste.
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According to a report released by California health officials, pharmaceutical companies have significantly raised whole sale prices of their products since the state's drug price transparency law was passed in 2017.
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Researchers recently found that unselected genetic testing of all women following breast cancer diagnosis appears highly cost-effective compared with the standard practice of testing select women based on clinical criteria or family history.
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