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Overview of Two Monographs on Pain Management

Despite a growing array of treatment options, pain is still poorly managed and undertreated in the United States. In 2001, the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the National Pharmaceutical Council began a collaborative effort to facilitate improvements in pain management. To date, this effort has produced a set of monographs intended for those involved in pain management activities, including clinicians, quality management professionals, and others involved in pain management performance, assessment, improvement, education, and policy making. These materials give audiences concrete and relevant information about how care practices can be improved, and patient suffering alleviated.

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E.V.I.dently January 2015

NPC MessageHealth Care Outlook for 2015In this month’s Message from NPC, President Dan Leonard considers how the Affordable Care Act and stakeholders...
Blog Post

NPCNow Podcast Features a Conversation With CMS’ Goodrich on Quality Measures

In this NPCNow podcast, NPC spoke with Kate Goodrich, MD, MHS, director, Quality Measurement and Health Assessment Group, Centers for Medicare and...
Commentary and Testimony Page

Chain Drug Review – Commentary: “Health Care Outlook for 2015”

This commentary was originally published in the January 5, 2015 issue of Chain Drug Review.By: Dan Leonard, President, National Pharmaceutical...
Blog Post

#TBT: NPC Research—A 2014 Recap

As part of our “Throwback Thursday” blog series, we’re taking a look at a topic that’s currently in the news and tagging it with previous...
Press Release

National Pharmaceutical Council, Discern Health Examine Accountable Care Measures for Specialty Care and Innovative Treatment

Washington, DC (October 28, 2014)— Measuring the quality and cost of health care is an integral part of accountable care, but new research from the...
Press Release

Fellowship in Health Care Policy Available Through a Partnership of the National Pharmaceutical Council and Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University

WASHINGTON, DC (September 17, 2014)–The National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC), in conjunction with Milken Institute School of Public Health (Milken...
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Fellowship in Policy Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research Awarded By National Pharmaceutical Council and George Washington University

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NPC Welcomes Dr. Bryan Luce as PCORI Chief Science Officer

WASHINGTON, DC (April 24, 2013) The National Pharmaceutical Council today welcomed the news that the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (...
Commentary and Testimony Page

Chain Drug Review – Commentary: “Health Care Outlook for 2015”

This commentary was originally published in the January 5, 2015 issue of Chain Drug Review.By: Dan Leonard, President, National Pharmaceutical...
Commentary and Testimony Page

NPC Comments on CMS' Proposed Changes to Protected Classes

March 7, 2014Marilyn B. TavennerAdministratorCenters for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesU.S. Department of Health and Human Services200 Independence...
Commentary and Testimony Page

Leveling the Playing Field? Could a Landmark Decision Alter the CER Communications Landscape?

A growing chorus of voices is publicly sharing data on the effectiveness of treatment options, but one viewpoint has long been shut out of key areas...
Commentary and Testimony Page

Framework Helps ACOs Leverage Pharmaceuticals to Realize Quality, Cost Goals

Medications are more than an item on the balance sheet for health care providers. Pharmaceuticals offer a route to manage costs while achieving...
YouTube Videos

Why are quality measures important? We asked health care thought leaders to tell us why.

Quality measurement, tied to financial incentives, is one of many approaches accountable care programs are using to promote system-wide improvement....
YouTube Videos

How CEPAC Reviews and Disseminates Health Care Evidence

Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) President Dr. Steven Pearson describes one of his organization's main initiatives, the New England...
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Patients, Research and Access to Health Care

Myrl Weinberg, FASAE, CAE, president of the National Health Council, says that it's important to for individuals, especially those with chronic...
YouTube Videos

PCORI Outlines Efforts to Engage Patients

Dr. Rachael Fleurence, Scientist,Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, outlines the many ways heragency is engaging patients and other...
Blog Post

NPCNow Podcast Features a Conversation With CMS’ Goodrich on Quality Measures

In this NPCNow podcast, NPC spoke with Kate Goodrich, MD, MHS, director, Quality Measurement and Health Assessment Group, Centers for Medicare and...
Blog Post

#TBT: NPC Research—A 2014 Recap

As part of our “Throwback Thursday” blog series, we’re taking a look at a topic that’s currently in the news and tagging it with previous...
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#TBT: Health Care Quality Has Long Been an Important Issue

As part of our “Throwback Thursday” blog series, we’re taking a look at a topic that’s currently in the news and tagging it with previous...
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#TBT: Senior Citizens Day & Individualized Pharmaceutical Care

As part of our “Throwback Thursday” blog series, we’re taking a look at a topic that’s currently in the news and tagging it with previous...

Research

Accountable Care Measures for High-Cost Specialty Care and Innovative Treatment

This research sheds light on gaps in quality measurement and missed opportunities to promote...

The Myth of Average: Why Individual Patient Differences Matter

Within today’s health care environment, so much of t

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