The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits
The 2014 CMS Coverage Determination and Appeals audit will challenge plans providing Medicare Part D services, and could lead to a cascading impact much larger than audit failure alone.
Integrated Pharmacy Savings Programs: A New Approach to Improve Satisfaction While Closing the Gaps in Coverage and Care
As we shift the healthcare paradigm, new ways to lower costs and improve adherence are worth another look.
Congress has passed a law designed to get advanced diagnostic tests to patients more quickly and to promote personalized care for patients.
This study is an evaluation of the dosing patterns of ustekinumab among patients with psoriasis in a real-world setting.
Executive-level pharmacy leaders in US managed care organizations identify how healthcare reform is driving changes in pharmacy benefit management.
There are 10 steps that need to be taken to help payers more adequately address the problem of inappropriate prescribing of pain medications.