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Ask The Pharmacist: Anti-Seizure Medications for Pain Management in Workers’ Compensation

December 21, 2022

How are seizure drugs used for pain management in workers' comp? Opioids are often prescribed for moderate-to-severe pain, and while opioids can be highly effective medic

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Ask The Pharmacist: Traveling With a Controlled Substance Prescription Medication

November 18, 2022

Are there rules or recommendations for traveling with a controlled substance?

Workers' Comp Article

Ask The Pharmacist: Safe Drug Disposal Methods in Workers’ Compensation

October 20, 2022

Often prescribed for moderate-to-severe pain, opioids can be highly effective medications, they can also be associated with serious risks including the potential for abuse and addiction. Patients may not be aware of the dangers of keeping unused opioids in the home and the importance of safe disposal of these medications.

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Examining Opioid Utilization Drug Trends

July 19, 2022

Opioid utilization in workers’ comp has steadily been trending downwards.

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U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Minnesota Workers’ Comp Cannabis Cases

July 12, 2022

On June 21, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court released an order list for a host of cases before the Court. As part of the list, the Court noted the requests for two workers’ compensation case reviews (Musta v Mendota Heights Dental, et al, and Bierbach v Digger’s Polaris, et al) that had been denied. These two cases dealt with rulings in the state of Minnesota related to employers being required to reimburse for medical marijuana for a workers’ compensation claim.

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A Personalized Approach to High-MED Opioid Management

April 19, 2022

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The Long, Winding Road of Drug Pricing

April 11, 2022

One of the most persistent and complex challenges facing workers’ compensation claims administrators and insurers is managing prescription drug costs.