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Top 5 AJMC® Articles of January 2019

Here are the top 5 articles for the month of January.


Hi, I’m Jaime Rosenberg for The American Journal of Managed Care®. Here are the top 5 articles for the month of January.

Number 5: The American Headache Society published an updated consensus statement outlining indications for initiating, continuing, combining, and switching migraine treatments. The statement included guidance on calcitonin gene-related peptide inhibitors, which entered the market last year.

Number 4: A study found that patients with a history of migraine are more likely to develop spontaneous coronary artery dissection at a younger age, have depression, and post-spontaneous coronary artery dissection chest pains compared with patients without a migraine history

Number 3: During the 37th Annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, FDA Commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb offered details on the addition of a new office of drug development science that he said will bring more structure to the drug review process.

Number 2: A study in this month’s annual health information technology issue of AJMC found that for established patients, virtual video visits may provide effective follow-up and enhanced convenience when compared with traditional office visits.

Number 1: Following the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, we rounded up the top 5 things to know from the conference, including its focus on digital health, acquisition, and more.

To read all of these articles and more, visit ajmc.com.

 
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