New Product Opportunities-Having the Right Stuff to Win the Game
Managing the complex environment of specialty products must be both strategic and tactical if you want to compete.
Recent Prosecutions on Product Discounts Show Legal Risk Hidden Beneath the Surface
Recent prosecutions have heightened the risk for both market share discounts and discounts in lieu of service fees.
What is the Future of Drug Pricing?
This year has seen different reactions on the congressional and state policy fronts concerning drug pricing.
Specialty Drugs: Year in Review 2016, Part I
Although there were not as many new specialty drug approvals in 2016, there were many already-approved specialty medications that received expanded indications.
How Pharma Can Lead the Movement to Transform Health Care
Health care lacks the interoperability needed to utilize all of the data available to influence care decisions and improve outcomes.
Kind of a Big Deal: Data Utilization in Specialty Pharmacy
The pharmaceutical industry cherishes the diverse sets of feedback generated among parties operating in specialty pharmacy.
Active Patient Support and Personalization Key to Improving Adherence Rates and Reducing Viral Loads
Advances in the support of patients with HIV include remarkable new pharmaceutical therapies, collaborative care, outstanding patient support, and medication management.
Closed-System Transfer Devices: What Do They Offer?
In the pharmacy setting, closed-system transfer devices complement the protective effect of primary engineering controls.
The Growing Importance of Specialty Pharmacy Software Applications
Therigy co-founder and CEO Russel Allinson, RPh, MS, discusses technological advances that allows specialty pharmacies to easily provide uniform care to every patient across multiple disease states.
Conflicting State Compounding Regulations Create Barriers for FDA-Registered Outsourcing Facilities
Although the federal government has taken steps to comprehensively regulate outsourcing facilities, many states have been slow to reform their pharmacy laws.