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Startup AdverseEvents factors side effects into a the cost of a drug - Boston Business Journal http://hubs.ly/y0Q-Np0
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Shadow Pricing, Highway Robbery, and the Price of Drugs http://hubs.ly/y0Q-4D0 by @medpagetoday 
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In our latest report, we found that Roche's Lucentis treatment was significantly pricier with adverse events costing $25.18 per prescription, versus $8.87 for Regeneron's Eylea.

Download the full report now

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Great article and insight from Jim Davis!

Drug Safety Benefits From Off-Label Promotion

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Congratulations to Brian Overstreet for making the 2015 Most Influential Medicine Makers Power List!

“He has changed the way FAERS data is viewed, from a mess of untamed, unmanageable data to a treasure trove of information that helps determine the true safety profiles of FDA approved prescription drugs.”

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The acquisition cost of life saving medications is a real problem that if not addressed now has the potential to bankrupt Medicare, tear into potential ACA savings, and be detrimental to patient outcomes http://hubs.ly/y0M50t0
The cost of life saving medications is a real problem that has the potential to bankrupt Medicare and be detrimental to patient outcomes, if not addressed.
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Our most recent analysis of FDA side-effects for major brain-related medications has uncovered more potential safety problems. See our full report here:

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An analysis of major brain-related medications used for treating Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, and Alzheimer's disease, has uncovered more potential safety problems for the meds.
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What could you do if you knew the future actions of the FDA?

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Relying purely on a drug’s label or its clinical trials provides an incomplete, inaccurate and untimely understanding of a drug’s true safety profile
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Check out Brian Overstreet's article "Adverse Event Data Promotes Population-Based Health Analyses" in the May 2015 Issue of Population Health News!

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The media coverage on drug pricing is revealing how the system is starting to push back.Companies like Express Scripts are putting their foot down on basic drug pricing and are demanding more information and data regarding the overall cost and safety of drugs. http://hubs.ly/y0Pgn00 #drugpricing
Wouldn’t it be nice to know if the high price is really worth it?
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During the post-approval period, 3x more adverse drug reactions are identified than during clinical trials. Calculating a medication's "downstream" costs once adverse events risks are considered can result in significant and necessary changes to a healthcare entity's medication recommendations.

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As the biggest market for prescription drugs in the world, why do we have a third world drug safety system?

http://hubs.ly/y0KQrP0 #postapproval
It’s become clear recently that another thing Canada does better than us here in the U.S. is drug safety. A systemic change needs to happen in the U.S.
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Making drug safety information accessible, actionable, and predictable
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AdverseEvents, Inc. is a California-based healthcare informatics company that improves patient safety and reduces systemic healthcare costs through the comprehensive analysis of post-marketing drug side effect data. Utilizing data-mining and analysis technology, through its proprietary RxSuite™ of analytics, AEI makes post-marketing drug safety data accessible, actionable, and predictable.  

AEI provides services to enterprise markets including managed care organizations, the pharmaceutical industry, and financial institutions, all while keeping the patient as the key stakeholder.

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