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2018 in Review: Impactful Literature on Pain & Opioids

At axialHealthcare, our pain and opioid care solutions are based in and continually updated with the latest peer-reviewed evidence. In order to maintain the highest standards for our products, and the patient care they support, our experts sort through thousands of publications each year. Adding more than 100 publications to our compendium this year, we’ve …

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Medical Cannabis: Therapeutic Utility and Risks

By Louis J Czaja, PharmD, BCGP, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist As America’s opioid epidemic continues to escalate, the discussion surrounding legalizing medical marijuana has been widely considered as a means to combat it. Currently, marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States, with 40 million people 12 years of age or older reporting …

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axialHealthcare Unveils Solutions to Combat Opioid Use Disorder

axialINSIGHT 3.0 sharpens the company’s focus on opioid use disorder treatment solutions to benefit health plans, providers and millions of American patients Nashville, TN. – axialHealthcare, a national leader in pain management and medication solutions, today announced new capabilities to effectively treat opioid use disorder (OUD) with the launch of its latest operating platform, axialINSIGHT 3.0. …

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Medication Assisted Treatment Misconceptions: A Pharmacist’s Take

By Katie Miller, PharmD, Principal, Clinical Product Development Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price’s recent comments asserting that medication-assisted treatment (MAT) involves substituting one addiction for another for the treatment of opioid use disorder (OUD) have received significant backlash from the healthcare community, prompting hundreds of healthcare and research professionals to sign a letter urging …

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