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Pharma Pulse 5/13/24: Community Pharmacy's Role in Social Determinants of Health, A Year on Ozempic...We’re Thinking About Obesity All Wrong & more


The latest news for pharma industry insiders.

Ken Getz of Tufts CSDD Discusses Results of RBQM Study Conducted with CluePoints and PwC

In part 1 of this video interview series with Ken Getz, executive director and research professor, Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, Tufts University School of Medicine and Steve Young, chief science officer, CluePoints, Getz touches on the findings from a recent study on RBQM adoption.

Community Pharmacy's Role in Social Determinants of Health

Amie Stephens, PharmD, director of adherence improvement and client services at Rite Aid, Emilee Kennelly, PharmD, manager of adherence improvement and clinical initiatives at Rite Aid, and Max Baire, PharmD, manager of clinical health plan solutions at Rite Aid, discuss social determinants of health (SDOH) and how they can impact patient outcomes and medication adherence. The guests explained how SDOH, like transportation barriers, food insecurity, and language barriers, can prevent patients from taking their medications properly if not addressed.

A Year on Ozempic Taught Me We’re Thinking About Obesity All Wrong

Now is our chance to rethink the centuries-old stories we've told about obesity and weight loss.

WomenHeart and Bayer Join Forces to Enhance Heart Health Awareness and Education Among Women Across the U.S.

WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, in collaboration with Bayer, is proud to announce the launch of the Understanding Her Heart: Women and Cardiovascular Disease initiative. This groundbreaking partnership aims to bolster awareness of heart disease risk factors among women, enhance accessibility to vital heart health information and resources, and mobilize women leaders to champion heart health education in their local communities and nationwide.

Beth Riggio on LinkedIn:

Drug recalls impact all areas of the life sciences industry, including hospital pharmacies, which can result in significant implications for hospital operations and patient care. I recently spoke to Pharmaceutical Executive to discuss the current state of drug recalls and how RFID-enabled technology, specifically Cencora's Medication Tray solution, can streamline the process and enable more efficient and effective product recall management:https://ow.ly/zLCo50RAGyH

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