Clinical Pharmacists: An Often Untapped Resource for Patients

The Physician Time Crunch The data is disturbing.  Despite advancements in technology, physicians spend less time with patients than ever before.  According to a study published in The Journal of General Internal Medicine in 2013, doctors now spend an average of eight minutes with each of their patients daily, equating to about 12% of their… read more

Pharmacists Provide Care

What does your pharmacist do for you? For most the answer is simple: “they fill my medications.” A Curant Health patient has a very different answer: “they fill my medications, guide me step-by-step through my treatment, follow up with my refill reminders, answer my questions on a 24/7 basis and contact my physician or insurance… read more

Curant Health Expands 340B Partnerships in Fight against HIV

Curant Health welcomes new partners in Georgia and Florida Curant Health is pleased to start the New Year by expanding our services in our home states of Georgia and Florida. Although we operate on a national basis with partners throughout the United States, there is a particular gratification in gaining new patients within our home… read more

Is the 340B program doing what it should? New study data says Yes!

340B – Good idea with unintended consequences? If you are involved in healthcare, you have likely heard about the controversy surrounding the 340B program.  You may have encountered arguments questioning the legitimacy of the program: it is doing what it should?  Is the government watching this closely enough? And most frequently:  is this benefitting the… read more

Freeing Physicians, Improving Patient Engagement

Pharmacists are in a highly accessible position to fill the patient engagement gap by collecting and curating more detailed patient information, by building another trusting patient relationship in the care team and by removing administrative shackles from physicians (like medication prior authorizations) thereby freeing them up to focus on true patient care.

Want to keep patients out of the hospital? Enhanced medication therapy management, not transitional care, is the key to success

What would you do if you were in charge of a company that was bleeding $17.5 billion a year on a preventable problem? What if that number didn’t just represent money, but actual human suffering? If your answer is anything other than “whatever is necessary to stop it, or at least slow it down” then… read more

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