Certain antihypertensive medications (AHTs) may prevent the onset of the disease, but only among black and white women and white men. This has the potential to change prescribing behavior earlier in the lifespan.
Despite the overall success of the generic drug market, sudden price hikes are becoming more common according to new Schaeffer Center study
When a clinician is given information about a patient’s fatal overdose caused by prescription opioids, they decrease their opioid prescribing.
States that expanded Medicaid saw a 40 percent increase in prescription fills for common diabetes drugs in 2014-2015 according to the study in Health Affairs.
Medicare Part D distinctly lacks a cap on out-of-pocket spending, sending many beneficiaries toward financial hazard.
Only 44 percent saw a physician or other provider within three months of their injury, a critical period for care, national study finds.
Neeraj Sood proposes an approach that saves states money and ensures more access.
Low-income consumers or those who are chronically ill are most at risk.
23 percent of claims analyzed in the sample involved an overpayment.
A USC-led study projects the potential cost savings of expanding outpatient pharmacy care.