Cleveland Clinic’s 5-step strategy to address rising drug prices

(By Mackenzie Bean for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Cleveland Clinic pharmacists and physicians developed a strategy to limit the financial impact of rising drug prices for two common heart medications, saving the hospital an estimated $8.5 million over the span of two years, according to a case study published in NEJM Catalyst. Continue reading article here…

 

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