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The Heart Behind Curant Health: Meet our Patient Care Coordinators (PCCs) | Part One

Seven minutes.  That’s how long the average encounter lasts between a patient and their provider during a visit.  According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, nearly one half of a doctor’s average workday is spent outside of the examination room performing other administrative tasks such as patient follow-up and documentation.  The reality in our […]

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The importance of team support in overcoming the challenges of living with diabetes

What if you had been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes as a child? What if you had to manage this disease for years with continual blood testing and endless insulin shots? What if you decided to work your way into becoming an athlete while battling this disease? Furthermore, what if you put your struggles on […]

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Real Value in Healthcare: It Can't Be About Manipulating Just Outcomes or Cost

What is value in healthcare? Professor Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School defined “value” in the healthcare sector as the outcomes we achieve for the money we spend. While many in healthcare aren’t completely aligned on the impact or importance of specific costs or outcomes, there is a general alignment on the idea that […]

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Curant Health Welcomes Greg Cerio as Pharmacist in Charge

October 7, 2014 - St. Petersburg - Greg Cerio, BS Pharmacy has joined Curant Health as the Regional Pharmacist in Charge (REG PIC) for the Curant Health Florida office located in St. Petersburg. Cerio comes to Curant Health with over nineteen years of both retail and mail order pharmacy management experience. He began his career in […]

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Healthcare Technology Needs Human Touch to Improve Outcomes

In just about every iteration of Star Trek, Starfleet doctors utilize medical tricorders to quickly diagnose patients. Even in futuristic sci-fi, healthcare technology is wielded by doctors, who use it to make diagnoses and prescribe therapies. That’s because the writers understood that technology is no replacement for human intuition and empathy. We may not be anywhere […]

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Curant Health And Johns Hopkins Medicine Launch First-Ever Study Measuring Impact of Medication Therapy Management Outcomes For IBD Patients

September 30, 2014 - Atlanta, GA - Curant Health, provider of enhanced medication therapy management and specialty pharmacy services, is launching a study with the Meyerhoff Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to “implement and evaluate the effectiveness of an Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Medication Therapy Management (MTM) patient fulfillment […]

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Copay assistance brings affordable medication, like hepatitis c treatment to many patients

    Anytime a patient is unable to afford necessary medications to treat medical conditions, it represents a tragic failure of our healthcare system. Making matters worse, even patients who thought they had adequately planned for healthcare expenses by enrolling in insurance plans can find themselves overwhelmed with expenses resulting from insurance copays for prescribed […]

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Curant’s Vickie Andros to speak at MedCity ENGAGE conference

  August 28, 2014 - Atlanta, GA - Curant Health Director of Clinical Services, Vickie Andros, Pharm. D., will be participating on a panel discussion titled Engagement from the ground up: Navigating the Mandates of New Healthcare at the 2014 MedCity ENGAGE Conference on September 30 in Bethesda, MD.  This panel will feature perspectives from patients, […]

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Curant Health Makes a Repeat Performance on the Inc. 500|5000 List

August 25, 2014 – Atlanta, GA - Curant Health has once again been recognized as one of the fasting growing privately-held companies in America with a repeat appearance on the Inc. 500|5000 list. “For 33 years, Inc. has welcomed the fastest-growing private companies in America into a very exclusive club,” says Inc. magazine President and Editor-in-Chief Eric […]

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HIV and HCV Co-infected? Advocate Your Way to Effective HIV Treatment and Hepatitis C Treatment (By Amy Hampton in Poz and Hep)

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and around 25 percent of those are also co-infected with hepatitis C (HCV). That number is even more alarming when you consider that consequences from HCV infection are the leading cause of […]

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