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Octreotide Acetate Injection now available from Teva

BY Gina Acosta

NORTH WALES, Pa. — Teva announced that its Octreotide Acetate Injection, 50 mcg/mL, is back in stock and ready to order.

The product is AP rated to Sandostatin (octreotide acetate) Injection. Teva now offers Octreotide Acetate Injection in 50 mcg/mL,100 mcg/mL, 200 mcg/mL, 500 mcg/mL, and 1000 mcg/mL.

 

 

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Promius Pharma launches new corporate brand identity

BY Gina Acosta

PRINCETON, N.J. — Promius Pharma LLC, a subsidiary of Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, has unveiled a new visual identity and corporate brand centered on the "Power of Humans Being."

The company says the phrase expresses the core belief at Promius Pharma that every patient is a person first and that its mission is focused on helping patients get back to what matters most: being a person.

The Promius Pharma logo now includes a seven color tangram that represents creative problem-solving leading to multiform solutions. A dissection puzzle that originated in China, a tangram has seven flat pieces, called tans, that are put together to form complex, elegant shapes. It is said that the Pythagorean theorem was discovered with the help of tangrams. For Promius Pharma, the tangram evokes the company's dedication to curiosity, creativity and ingenuity.

The primary color palette for the new Promius Pharma branding is composed of the seven colors of the tangram: sky blue, yellow, brown, avocado, purple, burnt orange and khaki. The multicolor palette expresses the Promius Pharma commitment to create solutions that fit with the full colors of real life. It also signals the high value that Promius Pharma places on diversity of talents, experiences and perspectives in their pursuit of those solutions.

"Our new corporate brand identity clearly establishes Promius Pharma as a strong and innovative company whose driving force is to foster better health for all people," said Dr. Anil Namboodiripad, chief commercial officer at Promius Pharma. "Our R&D pipeline reflects the convergence of deep patient insights, pre-clinical, clinical and regulatory expertise in the development of products that address pressing medical needs of various patient subgroups."

The leadership team at Promius Pharma formally introduced the new corporate branding at a company-wide event held on the Promius Pharma campus in Princeton, N.J., in June.

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Updox launches Pharmacy Connect at Cardinal Health’s 26th annual Retail Business Conference

BY Michael Johnsen

DUBLIN, Ohio – Updox on Thursday introduced Pharmacy Connect, a care coordination suite for pharmacists, during Cardinal Health’s 26th annual Retail Business Conference. Pharmacy Connect offers retail and independent pharmacists an opportunity to enhance their ability to communicate and connect as the industry shifts to a value-based care model.

“In order to take advantage of new revenue opportunities, pharmacists have to use the same tools for communications, patient engagement and revenue growth that the rest of healthcare has been using for years," stated Michael Morgan, CEO Updox. "Without the ability to receive transitions of care, securely communicate and engage care teams, pharmacists risk losing revenue and putting themselves at a competitive disadvantage,” he said. “Direct messaging is a great place to start to ensure pharmacists have a level playing field as part of integrated care teams.”

Updox Pharmacy Connect is a care coordination suite that helps pharmacists exchange secure messages with physicians, receive transitions of care and engage patients to both take advantage of new revenue opportunities and lower costs. The suite provides an inbox allowing pharmacies to manage all types of communications, such as Direct secure messaging, paperless faxing and patient interactions via a portal where patients can send messages, complete forms and self-scheduling for vaccines, screenings or point of care testing.

More than 650,000 physicians already use Direct secure messaging to exchange clinical health data, Updox reported.
 

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