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Our thoughts on the evolving prescription monitoring landscape.

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Opioid recipients often use multiple prescribers

BMJ recently published an analysis of opioid prescribing among Medicare patients -"Opioid prescribering by multiple providers in Medicare: retrospective observational study of insurance claims". A couple of things jumped out: Just over two thirds of opioid recipients...

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NJ and PMP – Prescriptive Thinking

Governor Chris Christie signed a bill on July 20th, 2015 requiring drug prescribers and pharmacists in NJ to register for the state’s Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) and to check the PMP when prescribing controlled substances. “We’re not only...

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Pain Patients are not all Degenerates

Two important articles have come out just in the past few days. Journal of the American Medical Association The first is a JAMA published article about opioid overdose. If I allow myself to do a substantial study the disservice of ultra-condensing its learnings, it...

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Complicated Value Creation

Today I want to talk more about business, than about prescription drug abuse. In selling PastRx, we run into an issue. Prescribers understand how our system will protect their patients, and lead to better outcomes. They understand how it will protect them from the DEA...

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The Origins of Prescription Advisory

Just over two years ago, I met with my old friend Dr. Frederic “Skip” Leeds. We were just catching up on what was happening in our lives, and with our families. Skip mentioned that he was working on something pretty interesting.  In response to a growing problem with...

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When a clinician is prescribing a controlled substance, readily available information about the drugs that a patient is receiving from other providers can be a critically important component of the decision-making process…Increasingly, these [PDMP] programs have evolved into a useful tool for the clinician who must incorporate careful risk management into the prescribing of opioid analgesics or any other controlled substance.

Increasingly, these programs have evolved into a useful tool for the clinician who must incorporate careful risk management into the prescribing of opioid analgesics or any other controlled substance Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs Serve a Vital Clinical Need.

Editorial  Pain Medicine, The American Academy of Pain Medicine; 2011;12:845

An improved PDMP … with accurate and timely data analysis should be regarded as the cornerstone of our collective efforts to address prescription drug abuse.

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