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January 08, 2011
The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits
Among insured patients with type 2 diabetes, copayments and glycosylated hemoglobin values were associated with increased rates of drug switching.
Patient medication information should be the most critical information in a patient-friendly format so that individuals can make the most informed decisions about their drugs.
Diabetes management offered by an employer group in a self-funded health plan over 3 years resulted in significant cost savings and improved patient outcomes.
January 07, 2011
Because pharmacists are experts in the art and science of medication management, they are a tremendous asset to the healthcare team.
We have the tools to make an impact on the incidence of type 2 diabetes and to improve secondary prevention of cardiovascular mortality.
The systems for developing, delivering, and billing for specialty pharmaceuticals are ripe for innovation of our own making.
January 06, 2011
The latest information technology infrastructure and communication tools should be used to communicate research without compromising nuances of the content for individual patients.