The RxInformer journal is a unique source of evidence-based clinical guidance on topics that influence pharmacy and ancillary medical services utilization in workers’ compensation.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
Healthesystems announced the release of the Spring 2014 issue of the RxInformer clinical journal. The publication is filled with articles written by Healthesystems’ clinicians and provides insights across a broad spectrum of topics related to current and emerging trends in workers’ compensation. Key highlights include articles on:
- Emerging impacts of specialty pharmacy on workers’ compensation.
- Use of step therapy and therapeutic interchange to better manage drug therapies.
- Addressing neuroremodeling and managing chronic pain with alternative therapies.
- Conservative therapies that can prevent chronic opioid use.
- An evidence-based guide to tapering opioid therapy.
- Risks to payers and patients when states legalize marijuana.
“The RxInformer journal is a unique source of evidence-based clinical guidance on topics that influence pharmacy and ancillary medical services utilization in workers’ compensation,” said Robert Goldberg, MD, FACOEM, an occupational medicine specialist and chief medical officer at Healthesystems. “The articles in the Spring 2014 issue reflect the clinical expertise integrated into our clinically-driven pharmacy and ancillary benefits management solutions.”
Healthesystems will be exhibiting at the Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) conference, April 28-30 in Denver. Pick up a copy of RxInformer at booth #732. Request a subscription or access the archives at http://www.healthesystems.com/rxinformer. For an interactive experience and links to related content, download the RxInformer app for iPad on the App Store starting April 28.
Healthesystems is a specialty provider of innovative medical cost management solutions for the workers’ compensation industry. The company's comprehensive product portfolio includes a leading pharmacy benefit management (PBM) program, expert clinical review services, and a revolutionary ancillary benefits management (ABM) solution for prospectively managing ancillary medical services such as durable medical equipment (DME), home health, transportation and translation services. By leveraging innovation, powerful technology, clinical expertise and enhanced workflow automation tools, Healthesystems provides clients with flexible programs that reduce the total cost of medical care while improving the quality of care for injured workers. To learn more about Healthesystems or to sign up for the company's newsletters, visit http://www.healthesystems.com.