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Case Study: How Medication Intelligence Helps Address Rural-Urban Health Disparities

Case Study: How Medication Intelligence Helps Address Rural-Urban Health Disparities

The average life expectancy in the U.S. stands at 76.33 years, but this varies widely depending on which state you’re born in. While states with large urban populations like California have an average life expectancy of at least 79 years, individuals in rural states like ...

5 Ways to Reduce Healthcare Costs for Patients at High Risk of Poor Outcomes

In 2021, five percent of the U.S. population accounted for almost half of healthcare spending. These individuals tend to be ...

The Impact of Language Barriers on Health Equity

A Spanish-speaking patient is complaining of being “intoxicado”. The non-Spanish speaking paramedics translate it as being ...

Role of Deprescribing: Reducing Polypharmacy and Drug Interaction Risk

Imagine a scenario when a medication's long-term use is linked to serious adverse drug reactions or another case where there ...

Arine Accelerates Growth, Expands Board of Directors

Board additions to focus on further scale-up of Arine’s rapidly expanding health plan customer base SAN FRANCISCO, February ...

Strategies for Preventing Misprescribing in Healthcare

According to the World Health Organization, unsafe medication practices and medication errors are one of the main causes of ...

How Opioid Medication Management Can Reduce Cost of Care

Since 1999, over 760,000 people have died from drug overdoses—that’s one person every 16 minutes. Many of those drug ...

The Future of MTM: The Role of Technology and Personalized Medicine

Medication therapy management (MTM) was established in 2006, to improve therapeutic outcomes and medication safety. Since ...

Addressing the Impact of Polypharmacy on Patient Outcomes

Medication therapy is among the most common therapies to treat medical conditions but it can lead to negative outcomes, ...

From Legacy Med. Management to Intelligent Medication Optimization

How a drug reacts in the body varies from person to person. Factors such as age, weight, and kidney function all have an ...