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cobsmith: I`d have to say that i agree with mick it`s very important to look sharp inside as well. even inmates judge us by apperances...
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Taming an Atypical Formulary Beast

by Scott A. Haas, M.D., Kentucky DOC Medical Director

A formulary is defined as a listing of drugs intended to include a large enough range of medications and sufficient information about them to enable health practitioners to prescribe treatment that is medically appropriate.[1] The concept was introduced into the medical community in the 1950’s.[2] Initially, the formulary was used to allow pharmacists to dispense a generically equivalent form of a brand name drug. Over time, formularies expanded their utility to serve a number of clinical service providers, including physicians, hospitals and insurance administrators... full story


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