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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…
Meijer is the latest retail pharmacy to integrate the new Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS) into its existing pharmacy management systems in pharmacy locations across Michigan. The integration equips Meijer with a vital tool to combat…
“Meijer’s integration will provide pharmacists with real-time information about potentially harmful prescribing and dispensing trends and help pharmacists make better and more informed decisions,” Lt. Gov. Brian Calley said,…
Doctors move fast in the ER. Every second counts. That’s why Dr. Gina Huhnke is excited about a new way to quickly check her patients’ history with narcotics.
Appriss Retail recently released its 2017 Consumer Returns in the Retail Industry report, which analyzes results from the National Retail Federation’s 2017 Organized Retail Crime survey to provide insights for retailers to minimize the effect of…
Speaking before a crowd that included victim-witness advocates, law enforcement, and legislators this morning, Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid and the Virginia Center for Policing Innovation (VCPI) announced Virginia’s launch of a…
A recent upgrade has injected new life into Massachusetts’ prescription monitoring efforts, resulting in better coordination of care because of the database and reduced orders for opioids.
The retail industry is on the cusp of a transformation in its use of data to protect profits and to identify and overcome sales barriers. Now, it’s leveraging machine learning and AI models to generate more powerful insights to identify and…
A Louisville-based business is opening up a new headquarters in Jeffersontown, bringing 200 “high-paying” jobs to the area, according to a statement from Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin’s office.