Aiming for Better Medication Adherence Leads to a Trifecta of Improvements: Better Healthcare,...

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 50% of people with chronic conditions do not take...

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Adding Value to Pharmacy Benefit Management Through Lean Principles

It is estimated that service industries, such as health and pharmacy benefits, spend 30% to 80% in added costs from...

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Three Steps to Improving Member Health and Controlling Costs

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), six in 10 U.S. adults have a chronic disease and...

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Bringing Some Clarity to 2022: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Releases the...

The year 2020 was unprecedented in many ways and that included the CMS rulemaking process for contract year 2021...

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The Path Back to Normal: Your Questions Answered About COVID-19 Vaccinations

The COVID-19 pandemic has had worldwide impact on our daily lives, creating a new “normal” for most of us. In...

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Formularies Don't Have to Equal Dissatisfaction: A Balanced Approach is the Solution

According to a recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, prescription drug prices increased...

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News on Approval of the First Oral Preventive Therapy for Hereditary Angioedema and More

From development of the first treatment for Niemann-Pick disease to approval of a medication that reduces the risk...

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When Treatment Advances Aren't Enough: The Solution to Cancer Therapy Hurdles

It seems everyone today has been impacted by cancer in one form or another, whether a friend or family member has...

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Collaboration Identifies Crafted Solutions for Client to Recoup Losses from State Regulations

Hurley Medical Center, a public non-profit teaching medical center in Flint, Michigan with 5,500 members, was...

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Top 6 Pipeline Developments to Watch in 2021

From a revolutionary treatment that could delay or prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes to the continuing effects of...

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