pharmacists are able to automatically switch between drugs in the same class to meet formulary requirements

When pharmacists are able to automatically switch between drugs in the same class to meet formulary requirements, it's good for patients, pharmacists, prescribers, hospitals, and payors.

It saves patients from missing meds due to the cost...and saves pharmacists' and prescribers' time changing Rxs.

This therapeutic interchange is different from generic substitution. It might mean switching Nexium to omeprazole...Lipitor to simvastatin...Atacand to Diovan...etc.

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