Despite the trust between physicians and patients, some physicians believe another prescription drug crisis may arise.
A new study reveals that when physicians are under time constraints it can greatly impact their treatment decisions.
Study shows a significant portion of overdoses in the U.S. mortality data is missing information on specific drugs involved.
Information gleaned will be crucial to providers, insurers, and policy makers.
Individuals without their own prescriptions may be at risk for overdose if they have access to family members’ drugs, according to a new study
A new study has revealing findings about the effects of front-end opioid prescribing for knee, hip, and shoulder joint replacement patients.
A new survey shows that while many healthcare executives recognize drug diversion as a problem, few admit to it happening in their organization.
A new study suggests that the FDA and manufacturers did not act when evidence emerged that potentially lethal fentanyl products were being inappropriately prescribed to patients.
WalletHub released a study on Highest Drug Use by State to highlight the areas that stand to be most affected. Here are the top 10.
Here are certain facts that every executive responsible for managing populations at risk for prescription drug misuse should know as they make policy decisions affecting patient care and financial management.