Everyday there are more news headlines about policymakers addressing different approaches to lowering healthcare and prescription drug costs. This spring alone saw news about the
By now, we’ve all heard: Measles is back. As of May 31, 2019, 7,981 cases of measles had been reported in the U.S in 26 states. Approximately...
At the recent NCPDP Joint Technical Work Group Meetings, held in Scottsdale in early May, the membership voted to approve three emergency external code list changes. These changes are in response to the Office of the Inspector ...
For healthcare professionals recently, it seems like nearly every patient, customer at the pharmacy counter, and friend of your mother's has questions about the same thing. CBD oil. CBD...
In a blog earlier this year, I discussed the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of the Actuary’s estim...
A recent retrospective cohort study published in the Southern Medical Journal examined electronic medication orders placed by medical residents in academic teaching hos...
Learn more about the issue of polypharmacy and how payers can help address it, including: Differing definitions of polypharmacy and the “Holy Trinity” interaction of CNS-affecting drugs
Returning from The American Pharmacists Association’s (APhA) recent Annual Meeting & Exposition in Seattle, WA, I feel invigorated and excited about what is happening in our natio...
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