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The state says the number of painkiller prescriptions continues to fall as Ohio battles a deadly addictions epidemic.
The average return rate at physical retail locations is between 3-9%, and is 12-30% for online retailers. Retailers should be worrying less about the supposed retail apocalypse, and start worrying more about the influx of…
Presented by David Speights, PhD, Chief Data Scientist, at Innovision 2018 on February 21, 2018.
Presented by David Speights, PhD, Chief Data Scientist, at the Appriss Retail User Conference on February 20, 2018.
Michigan public health officials use e-prescribing and monitoring and analytics software from Appriss Health to fight opioid addiction by tracking overprescribing and abuse.
Written by Tom Rittman, vice president of marketing at Appriss Retail. In 2017 retailers project $351 billion in sales will be lost to returns, but there is more to the story. According to the 2017 Consumer Returns in the Retail Industry Report…
As online shopping transactions increase, and businesses try to make the returns process attractive to consumers, so attempts at retail fraud also increase. New research puts a figure on the cost to retailers and their employees.
Across the country, state governments have developed prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs) to better track the prescribing and dispensing of controlled prescription drugs and are viewed as promising state-level interventions to improve…
New Orleans-based system becomes the latest to arm clinicians with tools for helping patients manage chronic pain while avoiding opioid addiction.
As an emergency physician, I am often faced with a waiting room full of patients seeking relief from their pain. Recently, I met a woman, who I’ll call Nancy. I did not recognize Nancy personally, but her demeanor and personality made me feel…