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Schaeffer Co-Director Testifies on PBMs at Senate Congressional Hearing
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2023 Alzheimer’s Trial Recruitment Innovation Lab Fellowship Program — Application Open
The University of Southern California (USC) announces an opening for a fellow to join the Alzheimer’s Trial Recruitment Innovation Lab (ATRIL) fellowship program in the fall of 2023.
2023 Clinical Trial Recruitment Lab (CTRL) Request for Pilot Project Proposals
CTRL is seeking proposals for pilot projects that test strategies and solutions designed to address barriers to recruitment for Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials.
Social and Biomedical Scientists Come Together to Address the Burden of Alzheimer’s Disease
Social scientists are uniquely poised to evaluate the implications of Alzheimer’s costs, yet they often lack knowledge of the biomedical foundations of the disease.
High-Tech Map Promotes Access to Medicine and Pharmacy Services
A USC-developed interactive mapping tool shows the location of every pharmacy in the United States — and which neighborhoods are “pharmacy deserts.”
Applying for the 2023-2024 Roybal Center for Behavioral Interventions in Aging Pilot Projects
The Roybal Center for Behavioral Interventions in Aging seeks proposals for pilot projects that involve randomized controlled trials (RCTs).
Are California Hospital Systems Rapidly Increasing Prices? The Data Suggest Not All Systems Are Alike
Average price growth was high among California for-profit systems (31% over the study period), while non-profit and public systems had lower average price growth (13%) than nonsystem hospitals (15%).
Interdisciplinary Panel Offers Solutions to Improve Recruitment for Alzheimer’s Clinical Trials
Experts from the private and public sectors convened a panel to improve recruitment for Alzheimer’s clinical trials.
Efforts to Save Money on Prescription Drugs Associated with Increased Stroke Risk for Seniors
Tools used by insurers and PBMs to contain costs result in fewer patients using NOACs or warfarin
Largest Medicare Advantage Plans Pay Big Markups for Dialysis
Large dialysis chains charge Medicare Advantage plans 27% more than the traditional, fee-for-service Medicare program.