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The Oncology Care Pharmacist in Health-System Pharmacy

Oncology pharmacists play an important role in the delivery of care to patients living with cancer.Historically, pharmacists have focused on operational roles in the pharmacy, with an emphasis on dispensing accurate and safe medications. However, as cancer treatments become more complex, as the population ages, and as the oncology drug market increases, the need for

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The Rocky Road to Universal Healthcare in Indonesia

Jakarta, GIVnews.com – A universal healthcare system is aimed to provide all citizens with the right to healthcare regardless of their financial status. As long as the citizen is registered in the region that is being covered, he/she will get the privilege of obtaining the universal healthcare coverage which is coordinated by the region representatives. Indonesia is one

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Top population health management challenges hospitals face

Hospitals and health systems that treat some of the country’s most vulnerable populations face complex challenges when working to improve population health. Though many of these healthcare organizations can define population health needs, they struggle to implement strategies that can help patient populations. “Population health approaches present an enormous opportunity for essential hospitals and their

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24
Nov

Reform Obamacare instead of repealing it

England, whose economy, government and legal system mirror ours to a great extent, implemented universal health care 75 years ago. It is not perfect; its services and drugs are not nearly as innovative or competitive as those produced by the American system of medicine. But the American healthcare system is enormously inefficient. It gobbles up

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17
Nov

CareCloud: 5 key trends shaping the new medical economy

CareCloud, a provider of a comprehensive cloud-based platform offering revenue cycle management, practice management, electronic health record services for high-performance medical groups, recently completed a $31.5 million Series C funding round. To put this funding news into perspective, the company released a briefing report defining the five trends it sees shaping the new medical economy.

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16
Nov

The global burden of women’s cancers

Cancer is a leading cause of premature death and disability worldwide, especially in women. It is a rapidly growing crisis in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs), where the epidemiological transition continues to shift the burden of disease from mainly infectious causes to chronic, non-communicable diseases (NCDs).3 Many countries, especially those with weak, under-resourced health systems,

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