Topic: Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
HHS will use President Donald Trump’s donation of his third-quarter salary to plan and design a large-scale media campaign that highlights the dangers of opioid addiction.
A judge has denied the request of a New Hampshire doctor, who is in her mid-80s and doesn’t use computers, to reinstate her medical license.
A neurologist who specialized in rare, complicated syndromes pleaded guilty Tuesday to assaulting seven patients at a Philadelphia clinic.
Millions of patients who are dependent on painkillers are being abandoned by the medical system as doctors are reluctant to prescribe opioids.
Hospitals and healthcare trade groups mostly came out in support of Alex Azar, President Trump's pick to replace Tom Price as head of HHS.
Medicare officials have been discussing a rule change that would give beneficiaries a share of the secretive fees and discounts for prescription drugs.
Health IT Now Executive Director Joel White writes that interstate prescription data sharing is "like using a walkie-talkie and an iPhone."
Months after Missouri’s governor signed an executive order to establish a prescription drug monitoring program, the state hasn’t made any progress.
It’s more important than ever that physicians carefully document a patient’s opioid use in the electronic health record. AHIMA offers some tips.
Officials in West Virginia have filed a lawsuit against The Joint Commission, charging it played a role in the country’s deadly opioid crisis.