Topic: Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
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New research shows that vets who get opioids from both the VA and Medicare Part D are 2-3 times more likely to die from unintentional overdose.
Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., has submitted his resignation and plans to leave the agency next month.
The effort, dubbed the Death Certificate Project, has sparked conflict with physicians in California and beyond.
A lot of patients aren’t completely honest with their doctor and withhold medically relevant information from clinicians, according to a new study.
Learn how an organization that leverages a centralized multifactor authentication solution for all healthcare workflows improves security and enables EPCS.
The FDA plans to release new guidance on opioid prescribing, which it intends to use as the basis of new digital tools aimed at the epidemic.
The Food and Drug Administration said it is trying to tackle the problem of illegal sales on the Internet.
We have not been able to agree on how to best use the data found in state-specific Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs. This is a key factor in helping solve the problem of prescription drug abuse.
Opioid users are rushing to Philadelphia "to get a bigger, better fix." Independence Blue Cross is trying to stop that.