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This new scope of work, which began during fourth quarter 2017, relates to engaging and educating physicians about the dangers of prescribing opioids to patients who simultaneously are taking other medications that may interfere with how the body processes these drug combinations. Multi-drug interactions relating to opioids can give rise to serious adverse drug events – even death. These types of multi-drug interactions typically are not identified using traditional drug-interaction database services.
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As part of the education and intervention process, TRHC risk stratifies members using MedWise Advisor® to identify those at high risk for multi-drug interactions in combination with opiates. TRHC’s simultaneous, multi-drug, Medication Risk Mitigation Matrix®, identifies these interactions and is being used to mitigate the dangers of opioids and the risk of adverse drug events. TRHC then collaborates with physicians to reduce patients’ medication risk.
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