The top three pharmacy challenges of 2018
The top three pharmacy challenges of 2018Find out what challenges top the list, and what analysts say can be done about them.
Top 3 pharmacy challenges in 2017: Two-pronged solutionHere are three pharmacy challenges facing healthcare executives and a two-pronged solution to help solve them.
What billions in lost pharma revenue means for managed carePharmaceutical manufacturer relationships and next-gen value based contracts are primed to accelerate value-derivation from your drug spend.
Three data-driven practices that boost adherenceHere’s a three-pronged approach to improve adherence program efficiency that leverages predictive data analytics, hospital on-site pharmacies and post discharge follow-up evaluation to achieve real, measurable results.
Medicare Part D patients not taking blood pressure meds correctlyExpert offers specific actions for managed care execs to take
Top tech needs for value-minded executivesHere are the top ways to strengthen health information technology to advance value-based, quality care.
Ten ways to boost medication adherenceHere are 10 solutions that come together to provide a multifaceted approach to medication adherence.
Are your prior auth provisions stifling medication adherence?Prior authorizations are here to stay. Are yours working against you? Find out.
Top ways you can impact drug spendingHow at-risk negotiations with pharmaceutical manufacturers and medication adherence programs improve both sides of the healthcare value equation: patient outcomes and costs.
Can technology improve adherence?Doctors put a great deal of thought and effort into developing treatment plans for patients, but typically have no way of knowing—beyond results at follow-up appointments—whether the patient is actually following it. But advances in technology are giving physicians and their staff new tools for improving and tracking patient adherence.