formulary


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(pharmacology) a book containing a compilation of pharmaceutical products with their formulas and methods of preparation

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Supreme Court advocate Khawaja Farooq Mehta, the counsel for the petitioner, told Dawn that Drap has claimed that its data on the medicines was lost and has asked for pharmaceutical companies to provide data to make a formulary.
The medicine formulary is maintained to keep the name, registration number, formulation and price of every registered medicine in the country.
CVS Caremark, one of the largest PBMs in the United States, published their 2018 Exclusion Template Formulary List of Covered Drugs for their commercial clients.
The goal is to adopt an evidence-based drug formulary, consistent with California's Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule (MTUS), to augment the provision of high-quality medical care, maximize health, and promote return to work in a timely fashion, while reducing administrative burden and cost.
The consumer reps are asking for changes related to coverage for patients who participate in clinical drugs; restrictions on drug benefits tiers that may discriminate against people with chronic conditions; formulary exception requests and appeals; and mid-year formulary cuts.
This change is similar to formulary exclusions adopted by CVS/Caremark Corp.
Reed Group, the recognized leader in managing employee absence and the exclusive publisher and distributor of ACOEM's Practice Guidelines, today launched a major new feature of the ACOEM Practice Guidelines, a formulary linking various data elements to the Guidelines' medication and injection recommendations.
He also said the entire text of the formulary would be available on the ministry's website and hard copies made available for both pharmacists and physicians.
In the Kentucky Department of Corrections (KDOC), the drug formulary evolved in the late 1990s in response to a continually expanding pharmaceutical budget and an inability to control it.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Namibia (PSN) has lodged a complaint with the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (Namfisa) against the planned implementation of the Namibia Medicines Formulary (NMF).
Waltham, MA), a provider of research, information and advisory services for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, has acquired Fingertip Formulary (Glen Rock, NJ), a company that provides access to and insight into formulary data in the U.
DOD summary data show that through its uniform formulary DOD avoided about $447 million in drug costs in fiscal year 2006 and estimated that it would avoid about $900 million in drug costs in fiscal year 2007.
Some may be restrictive formularies, whereas others may be of the less-restrictive, or open variety, but relatively little literature exists regarding how one formulary may affect overall prescribing behavior.
If Cigna's P&T committee finds a drug to be superior to other similar drugs on the market, it's then placed on the preferred tier of the formulary, said Poniatowski.
If officials at a Medicare Part D drug plan change the preferred or nonpreferred formulary drugs, remove dosage forms, or exchange therapeutic alternatives, they must allow beneficiaries currently taking the drug to be exempt from the changes for the rest of the year, according to guidance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.