May/June 2016

Contributions of Pharmacists in the Treatment of Epilepsy: A Systematic Review

June 22, 2016

Web Exclusives

The treatment of epilepsy is complex and can cause drug-related problems and hamper quality of life. Clinical services performed by pharmacists may optimize the pharmacotherapy and avoid or mitigate these problems.

Prescribing Patterns of Novel Anticoagulants Within a Statewide Multispecialty Practice

June 21, 2016

Original Research

While warfarin remains the most commonly prescribed anticoagulant, novel anticoagulant use appears to be increasing especially among cardiologists. With new indications for these agents, uptake in prescribing by primary care providers is likely to increase.

Challenges with the Introduction of Biosimilars in the US

June 21, 2016

Specialty Healthcare Benefits Council

With the introduction of biosimilars in the United States, there are several significant issues that will challenge those involved in formulary committees and benefit plans, as well as prescribers and pharmacists.

Specialty Pharmacy: The Member Reality

June 21, 2016

From the Editor

New high cost specialty medications are increasingly treating otherwise untreatable conditions, creating a series of challenges for stakeholders across the healthcare landscape.