The Economic Value of Customized versus Off-the-Shelf Knee Implants in Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries
Can Academic Detailing Move the Needle for Patients with Diabetes in a State-Based Prescription Drug Benefit Program?
Academic detailing, a means of providing educational outreach to providers, has been described as a face-to-face interactive encounter between a healthcare provider and a clinical educator who is trained in social marketing and motivational interviewing skills to deliver actionable key messages in the privacy of providers’ offices.
Lana T. Al-Omar, PharmD, BCPS, Sarah L. Anderson, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS, BCACP, Amber D. Cizmic, PharmD, BCACP, Tara B. Vlasimsky, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP
Collaborative drug therapy management protocols are defined and written agreements between pharmacists and providers that allow pharmacists to optimize medication therapy management for individual patients.
Collaborative Efforts Help the Avoidance of Diabetes Mismanagement
Tumor Necrosis Factor Inhibitor Therapy and the Risk for Depression Among Working-Age Adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis
Arijita Deb, PhD, Nilanjana Dwibedi, PhD, Traci LeMasters, PhD, Jo Ann Hornsby, MD, Wenhui Wei, PhD, Usha Sambamoorthi, PhD
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic systemic inflammatory condition that negatively affects the physical and mental health of individuals.
Comorbidities in Rheumatoid Arthritis Present Clinical, Economic Challenges for All Stakeholders
Potential Cost-Savings with Once-Daily Aminomethylcycline Antibiotic versus Vancomycin in Hospitalized Patients with Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infections
Pharmacist-Led Drug Therapy Problem Management in an Interprofessional Geriatric Care Continuum: A Subset of the PIVOTS Group
Ashley M. Campbell, PharmD, Kim C. Coley, PharmD, Jason M. Corbo, PharmD, Teresa M. DeLellis, PharmD, Matthew Joseph, PharmD, Carolyn T. Thorpe, PhD, MPH, Melissa S. McGivney, PharmD, Patricia Klatt, PharmD, Lora Cox-Vance, MD, Vincent Balestrino, MD, Heather Sakely, PharmD
Drug therapy problems, which are undesirable events that involve medications that can ultimately interfere with a patient’s therapeutic goals, are a major cause of morbidity, mortality, and hospitalizations in older adults.
Improving the Outcomes of Medication Use by Seniors
A Proposed Intervention to Decrease Resident-Performed Cataract Surgery Cancellation in a Tertiary Eye Care Center
Eileen L. Mayro, BA, Laura T. Pizzi, PharmD, MPH, Lisa A. Hark, PhD, RD, Ann P. Murchison, MD, MPH, Douglas Wisner, MD, Anish Koka, MD, Benjamin E. Leiby, PhD, Nooreen Dabbish, PhD, Adedoyin Okulate, BS, Alexa Dessy, BA, Caitlin Green, BS, Robert Bailey, MD
Healthcare Costs and Absenteeism Among Caregivers of Adults with Partial-Onset Seizures: Analysis of Claims from an Employer Database
Epilepsy is a common neurologic disorder in the United States, with an estimated prevalence of 3.4 million cases, and approximately 150,000 new cases of epilepsy are diagnosed annually.
The Importance of Clinical and Economic Support Systems for Caregivers
Yihua Xu, PhD, Lavanya Sudharshan, MS, Ming-Ann Hsu, MPH, Andrew S. Koenig, DO, FACR, Joseph C. Cappelleri, PhD, Wen F. Liu, PharmD, BCPS, Timothy W. Smith, BA, Margaret K. Pasquale, PhD
Avery A. Rizio, PhD, Michelle K. White, PhD, Kristen L. McCausland, MPH, PhD, Tiffany P. Quock, MS, PhD, Spencer D. Guthrie, MS, MBA, MPH, Miyo Yokota, PhD, Martha S. Bayliss, MS, MSc
Immunoglobulin light-chain amyloidosis (AL amyloidosis), one of the most common forms of amyloidosis, is a rare and typically fatal disease caused by misfolded light chains—protein chains formed by plasma cells that misfold into an abnormal shape—that form soluble toxic aggregates and deposit fibrils (amyloid) in organs.
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