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Making sure the right therapies get to the right people
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Intersection of science and strategy
Trained in the neurosciences.
My job is to make sure both patients and HCPs understand the benefits of a therapy based on deep insight mining for both parties and understanding of the therapy's pharmacokinetics.
I work in the healthcare industry and had a question about prescriptions for pain pills /opioids. What are your thoughts on how primary care doctors can still make sure that their prescriptions (choice of treatment and dose) are appropriate given the high level of pain pill abuse if these patients are being seen by Pill Droppers vs. trained pharmacists? I'm just trying to be cognizant of drug-seeking behavior on the part of the patients.