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John Carroll
The company can be expected to be as tough in the PBM arena as in retail, but it has a few hurdles to overcome
Q&A
A national leader in physician quality improvement believes providers should be judged on the services they provide
Tom Reinke
The government program is a big — and still growing — business. Millions of members are being enrolled in managed care plans.
Peer-Reviewed
Damon Douglas, dual PharmD/MBA candidate
A system in which individual insurance policies may be purchased for separate medical products and services is based on a medical options market and takes its cue from the financial sector
Editor's Memo
John Marcille
Legislation & Regulation
John Carroll
Hard-charging New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says reported rates are neither usual nor customary, nor are they reasonable
Medication Management
Martin Sipkoff
Over-the-counter medications can be a good thing for the patient, the insurer, and the pharmaceutical company that developed the product
Tomorrow's Medicine
Thomas Morrow, MD
Hal Hoffman’s work led to the discovery of the genetic basis of an autosomal dominant disease and to creation of a prototypical orphan drug
News and Commentary