Call for Papers
The American Journal of Managed Care is continuing to expand its editorial coverage to include articles in therapeutic categories that are of most interest to our readers. The editors are looking for original research that examines mechanisms designed to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare services.
To continue to help facilitate what is growing interest and necessity for HIT information, The American Journal of Managed Care is publishing its 4th Annual HIT special issue that will feature scholarly articles and perspectives from policy makers, payers, providers, pharmaceutical companies, health IT vendors, and health services researchers with the goal of improving efficiency and outcomes in implementing HIT.
The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits requests original research for a July 2014 theme issue on Senior Health Management. With an ever-growing elderly population, and in light of significant health policy changes, senior health management will continue to be an significant issue for health leaders. This issue will highlight a variety of important topics including medication therapy management (MTM), changes to the Medicare savings programs, and Medicare Part D changes.
The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits seeks original research for a September 2014 theme issue on Specialty Pharmacy. This issue will offer pharmacoeconomic and clinical information on all specialty pharmacy disease states that will help guide the management of costs while improving outcomes. Topics of interest include biosimilars, employer management, and much more.
The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits is seeking papers that impact formulary management strategies on the cost, utilization, and quality of pharmacy services. The editors are looking for original research that will help decision makers develop clinical strategies to manage pharmacy benefits for large populations.
Evidenced-Based OncologyEvidence-Based Diabetes Management, and Evidence-Based Respiratory Care are special news publications of AJMC. EBO seeks original research and commentary that reports on current issues in cancer care that affect clinicians, payers, health plans, and the pharmaceutical community. The editors are especially interested in papers that promote exchanges among all stakeholders and healthcare policy makers. EBDM seeks articles, commentary and reviews of technology that promote greater collaboration among health care providers, including physicians and diabetes educators, as well as payers, health plans, as well as the pharmaceutical and medical technology community. EBDM is also interested in papers from the social sciences sharing data on nutrition, exercise and disease management of diabetes. EBRC is dedicated to promoting conversations among stakeholders in lung diseases, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), pneumonia, and asthma. Submissions that discuss employer and payer perspectives on reducing smoking or health effects of pollution are welcomed. Later in 2014, Evidence-Based Immunology and Infectious Disease (EBIID), will cover payer and provider perspectives for an array of conditions, including AIDS/HIV, hepatitis C, and rheumatoid arthritis, and bring readers updates on new therapies in these clinical areas.

To submit a manuscript to The American Journal of Managed Care, log on to our web-based tracking system, http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ajmc, and follow the onscreen instructions.
To submit a manuscript to The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits, log on to our web-based tracking system, http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ajpblive, and follow the onscreen instructions.

If you wish to speak with an editor, please call 609-716-7777, or, e-mail info@ajmc.com