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Pharma Pulse 6/27/24: Early/Irregular Periods Rising Among Young Women, AI Work Assistants Need a Lot of Handholding & more


The latest news for pharma industry insiders.

Differences in Patient Portal Engagement Among Hypertension Patients

A retrospective study investigates whether use of these portals can be defined by clinical and sociodemographic data.

Early and Irregular Periods Are Rising Among Young Women

Over the last 50 years, girls in the United States and worldwide have been getting their periods sooner, often influenced by factors like race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status.

AI Work Assistants Need a Lot of Handholding

Getting full value out of AI workplace assistants is turning out to require a heavy lift from enterprises. ‘It has been more work than anticipated,’ says one CIO.

GoodRx Launches New “Prescription Cost Tracker” to Spotlight Key Factors Driving Out-of-Pocket Medication Costs in the U.S.

GoodRx debuted its new Prescription Cost Tracker where it will monitor out-of-pocket prescription spending trends in the U.S. to help Americans better understand prescription affordability and price transparency. Helping Americans get the healthcare they need starts with tackling the barriers of costs and coverage, and there are three key factors driving the financial burden for prescriptions: high medication costs, reduced insurance coverage and increased friction. The Prescription Cost Tracker, which will be regularly updated to reflect the latest available data, helps examine these factors and illustrate why 51 million Americans leave prescription medications unfilled every month and many more face high costs at the counter.

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Ever heard of a #pharmacydesert?

After mostly effecting the rural community, this issue has gone NATIONAL.

Don't miss part one of my discussion with Michael Abrams of Numerof & Associates — part two coming tomorrow!

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