April 2019 Vol 12, No 2
This year (2019), I will be celebrating nearly 30 years of work as a faculty member at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. During this period, I have been an active member of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee and have chaired one of its most important subcommittees, the one concerned with medication, safety, and quality.
The Economic Value of Customized versus Off-the-Shelf Knee Implants in Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries
Steven R. Feldman, MD, PhD, Linda S. Cox, MD, Lindsay C. Strowd, MD, Robert A. Gerber, PharmD, Steven Faulkner, PharmD, MBA, Debra Sierka, PharmD, Timothy W. Smith, BA, Joseph C. Cappelleri, PhD, Mark E. Levenberg, DO
Atopic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease that is characterized by intense itch and acute, subacute, or chronic eczematous skin lesions. The disease course can be chronic or relapsingremitting. Lesions typically present with an age-related morphology and distribution.
Evolving Therapies for Atopic Dermatitis Will Create New Management Challenges
Can Academic Detailing Move the Needle for Patients with Diabetes in a State-Based Prescription Drug Benefit Program?
Academic detailing, a means of providing educational outreach to providers, has been described as a face-to-face interactive encounter between a healthcare provider and a clinical educator who is trained in social marketing and motivational interviewing skills to deliver actionable key messages in the privacy of providers’ offices.
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