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Wednesday | October 7, 2009
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Taming an Atypical Formulary Beastby Scott A. Haas, M.D., Kentucky DOC Medical Director
A formulary is defined as a listing of drugs intended to include a large enough range of medications and sufficient information about them to enable health practitioners to prescribe treatment that is medically appropriate. The concept was introduced into the medical community in the 1950’s. Initially, the formulary was used to allow pharmacists to dispense a generically equivalent form of a brand name drug. Over time, formularies expanded their utility to serve a number of clinical service providers, including physicians, hospitals and insurance administrators... full story
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