Opioid Use Disorder Medication Initiation After ED Visits for Overdose Remains Low
A study from the University of Michigan found that only 1 in 6 emergency department visits for an opioid overdose in the United States result in a prescription for buprenorphine, methadone, or extended-release naltrexone.
Podcast: Is The Pharmacy World Prepared For DSCSA?
Todd Eury of the Pharmacy Podcast Network is joined by Josh Bolin of the NABP to talk about DSCSA, what benefits it will provide, and how to make sure your pharmacy is ready when it goes into effect this November.
Breaking: Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against CVS Health, Caremark, Aetna to Recoup DIR Fees
The class action lawsuit against CVS Health, Caremark, and Aetna was announced earlier today.
RPhCast, Episode Four: Finding Satisfaction In A Pharmacy Career
Kevin is joined by Dr. Thea Blystone, PharmD for a talk about finding fulfillment and satisfaction in the pharmacy world, plus how to find balance between serving others and having time for yourself.
Endometrial Cancer Risk Found to be Influenced by Certain Reproductive Factors
A significantly decreased risk of endometrial cancer was reported among participants with a history of pregnancy compared to those nulliparous.
COVID-19 Doesn't Precipitate Type 1 Diabetes in Children
A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine found no significant difference in the number of children who received a T1D diagnosis between those with and without a SARS-CoV-2 infection.
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