By Paul Grundy MD – Primary care physicians face overwhelming pressure right now—and not just because of the pandemic. Even in the best of times, we ask too much from them. Instead of letting them be healers and diagnosticians, we make them responsible for every aspect of patient care.Read More
By Katherine Capps – Our Oct. 9 GTMRx Executive Roundtable yielded a wealth of insights, and in the coming weeks, I’ll share with you more of what we discussed. Suffice to say we’ve reached a critical juncture in our work to advance a more personalized, team-based, comprehensive primary care model—
By Molly Ekstrand – This is what we know: Health IT is essential to comprehensive medication management. And you don’t have to be a multi-billion-dollar health system to make it work.
By Elizabeth Helms – We know that successfully implementing comprehensive medication management will improve quality of life and save lives of people with chronic conditions, while lowering the total cost of care.
By Susan Dentzer – Add to the long list of reasons to “get the medications right” the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s clear that the fight against the SARS-CoV-2 virus will include an arsenal of therapies to combat the virus and its devastating effects on the body.
By Paul Grundy MD – If you know me, you know that I firmly believe “no mission, no margin.” When it comes to optimizing medication, fulfilling the mission creates the margin. You cannot divorce the two. Comprehensive medication management (CMM) is how we do it.
By Katherine Capps – “All hands on deck!” has been the call to action over the last several weeks. And health care workers are indeed putting themselves “on deck.” But there’s a problem. It’s certainly not our brave health care workers; it’s the health care delivery system—broken and wounded.
By Katherine Capps – Just what is this “new normal” everyone is talking about? Is it something temporary that will gradually disappear once we subdue COVID-19? Or is it something more lasting—a true new normal, not a temporary normal?
Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on the hiring and appointments include VisitPay, LexaGene, Futuro Health, NORD, Scipher Medicine, RLDatix, Genprex, GTMRx Institute, MDsave, DaVita Kidney Care, CVS Health, & South Dakota Health Link.