Over the last number of years the opioid crisis has been addressed in multiple ways with one result being a [...]
On a biennial basis, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services publishes a ranking of the states with respect [...]
Here is what needs to be done to take advantage of this tax savings.
Stirred by the opioid crisis, state legislatures began enacting E-prescribing laws which required prescriptions for certain medicines to be sent electronically to the pharmacy. The notion was that electronic transmission would cut down on fraudulent paper transactions.
Formularies are a standard feature in health insurance and now are appearing in the workers compensation area.
Updated information since our last post of July 2019 reveals that the “unprecedented level of underwriting success” has continued unabated.
49 states (Missouri still out) and the District of Columbia have established Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) which track certain schedule drugs and provide a database which can be accessed by doctors, licensing authorities and law enforcement.
While the motivation for Bob Walberg’s April 29 article — to make Illinois more attractive to businesses — is commendable, [...]