drug contract

drug contract

A common colloquial term for an agreement between a patient and a health care provider about the prescription and use of narcotic medications. The provider agrees to furnish the patient with pain-relieving medications as long as the patient agrees to use them safely, without abusing them, diverting them, or obtaining similar prescriptions from other practitioners. It is formally known as an opiate treatment agreement.
Synonym: pain agreement
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April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- UPM Pharmaceuticals, an independent drug contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), was awarded the prestigious "2015 Industry Choice Award" in the Mid-sized and Emerging Pharma sector.
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technologies in their pharmaceutical, cosmetics and over the counter drug contract manufacturing markets.
is a Medicare-approved Health Maintenance Organization with a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug contract with the federal government and currently has more than 17,100 Medicare beneficiaries in New York City and in Westchester, Orange, Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Onondaga counties.
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NYSE: WC) announced today that its primary operating subsidiary, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, was selected to enter into negotiations regarding the Prescription Drug Contract for the New York State Account for a three-year period commencing January 1, 2006.
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Unite/CPHVA lead professional officer Obi Amadi stated: 'It would have been a good idea if there was more flexibility with regard to the drug contracts.
We also are pleased to be adding Onmark's clinical educational programs and competitive drug contracts," said Carol Murtaugh, President of MOPS.