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Improve women’s health by treating the disease, not the pain

By Guest Contributor  |    May 17, 2018
Conversations and healthy debate about issues facing our industry and the health care system are critical to addressing some of today’s challenges and opportunities. The Catalyst welcomes guest...   Read More

Ask About Adherence: New study demonstrates how adherence programs can improve health outcomes for patients with cardiovascular disease

By Carolyn Ha  |    March 7, 2018
Ask About Adherence is a blog series featuring Q&A’s with experts and new medication adherence resources. In this post, we feature a recent study on medication synchronization programs.   Read More

Ask About Adherence: Private-sector collaboration can lead to savings and care improvement

By Carolyn Ha  |    January 25, 2018
Ask About Adherence is a blog series featuring Q&A’s with experts and new medication adherence resources. In this post, we feature a recent study on medication non-adherence and discuss how a safe...   Read More

Disease modifying therapies for the management of multiple sclerosis save money and improve patient outcomes

By Samantha Dougherty  |    October 24, 2017
Ask About Adherence is a blog series featuring Q&A’s with experts and new medication adherence resources. In this post, we feature a recent study comparing the effectiveness of oral and...   Read More

How do multiple sclerosis patients define value?

By Lauren Neves  |    February 24, 2017
There are crucial conversations occurring in the health care system about how value is defined. To explore how multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, providers and payers view value, Real Endpoints...   Read More

Focusing on patients and progress on World Hepatitis Day

By Hannah Mooney  |    July 28, 2016
World Hepatitis Day is a unique opportunity to take stock of the recent advancements in new treatments and cures to combat versions of hepatitis. Founded by the World Hepatitis Alliance, World...   Read More

What “value” means to me

By Priscilla VanderVeer  |    March 17, 2016
It’s March, which means it is National Kidney Month. More than 661,000 Americans have kidney failure. Every day, approximately 13 people die waiting for a kidney transplant. I am lucky to not be...   Read More

New report celebrates a decade of progress in chronic diseases

By Holly Campbell  |    February 25, 2016
In the last 10 years, incredible progress has been made by the biopharmaceutical industry in the treatment of chronic diseases. With about half of all Americans, or 117 million people, living with...   Read More

Medicare Monday: Managing Chronic Conditions

By Allyson Funk  |    June 22, 2015
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, two in three older Americans live with multiple chronic conditions. Chronic conditions may include Alzheimer’s and dementia, arthritis,...   Read More

What Access and Affordability Means for Chronic Disease Patients

By Allyson Funk  |    March 12, 2015
For the nearly one in two American adults living with at least one chronic illness, affordability and access to medicine is crucial. Unfortunately, if you have a chronic condition, there may be...   Read More

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