Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Perspectives on Disparities in Care and Managed Care Considerations in an Evolving Treatment Landscape
This discussion will highlight recently approved and emerging therapeutic options in the HCC treatment landscape and address resource utilization strategies for managed care professionals to consider when determining the most appropriate management plans for patients.
Incorporating Real-Time–Integrated CGM: Opportunities in the Pharmacy to Improve Quality of Life for Patients With Diabetes
Part 2 of this series continues the interactive discussion with expert panelists and highlights various patient counseling video vignettes that focus on patient education and how rt-iCGM technology has helped improve outcomes for patients with diabetes.
Assessing the Value of New Treatments for Anemia in Chronic Kidney Disease, featuring a Patient Perspective
This activity includes the perspective of a caregiver and patient with CKD-related anemia who will share their experience with this disease highlighting the burden of disease exacerbations and how this condition has affected their quality of life.
Venous Thromboembolism Prevention: Examining the Use of Direct Oral Anticoagulants (DOACs)
This activity will review the use of DOACs for extended-duration prophylaxis of VTEs and prevention of complications that patients at high risk of VTE may face post discharge.
The Evolving Treatment Paradigm for Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Updates for Specialty Pharmacists
This interdisciplinary panel of experts will review strategies to manage clinical issues, such as dosing and adverse effects associated with anti-VEGF agents, as well as discuss ways to monitor patients with nAMD to ensure proper utilization and adherence to therapy.
Updates on the Evolving Treatment Paradigm in Sickle Cell Disease: A Focus in Managed Care
This activity will explore challenges and complexities of managing patients with SCD, as well as present cost-efficacy data for managed care professionals to utilize when seeking to optimize healthcare resource utilization.