Are Your Patients At Risk for Dry Eye?

Are Your Patients At Risk for Dry Eye? 1 Dry eye affects 16.4 million in the U.S. and a recent study showed up to 6 million more may be undiagnosed despite experiencing symptoms (Farrand 2017) but which of your patients are at the greatest risk?   1. Advanced Age: The prevalence of dry eye (DE) […]

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Adult ADHD Facts vs. Myths for HCPs in Mental Health

Adult ADHD Facts vs. Myths for HCPs in Mental Health 1 NPs and PAs who treat patients with mental health conditions must know and communicate to patients current ADHD data as there is much confusion surrounding the condition. Do you know the five prevalent myths below and how to debunk them with the latest research? […]

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Thinking Outside the Pill Box

Thinking Outside the Pill Box 1 It’s increasingly difficult to market meds to HCPs so how can pharma marketers think outside the pill box to accomplish their goals? In a recent MM&M ebook, Keith Pieper, Director of Marketing at Ferring Pharmaceuticals, stressed the importance of undestanding the major influencers for writing prescriptions. He said that […]

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New Study: NPs Practice in Areas with Greatest Health Need

New Study: NPs Practice in Areas with Greatest Health Need 1 New research published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine has revealed that physicians tend to practice in more affluent areas, while nurse practitioners tend to treat patients in lower income areas with the greatest need for healthcare. In the study using life expectancy […]

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The Push for Personalized Medicine

The Push for Personalized Medicine 1 Personalized medicine and shared decision making between HCPs and patients have increased in importance the last several years. Personalized or precision medicine is an emerging approach for disease treatment that takes into account variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle for each person as well as an individual’s preferences, comorbidities […]

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