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This piece is excerpted from Separating AI fact from fiction: A guide for healthcare leaders. You can read the full ebook here. If what’s written about in popular media were to be believed, there’s nothing AI can’t quickly and easily automate. In reality, that’s not exactly the case – especially when it comes to sensitive,...
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The recently released 2024 Future Health Index zeroed in on something all healthcare workers have known for some time: staffing shortages are hindering the ability to provide the best possible patient experience.  The good news is, per the report, it seems healthcare leaders have realized that a solution may be found in the automation of...
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The Inflation Reduction Act – or IRA – contains $500 billion in new funding and tax breaks intended to boost clean energy, strengthen taxpayer compliance, and reduce healthcare costs. It includes three provisions concerning Medicare prescription drug prices that have the potential to dramatically impact the pharmaceutical industry, and patient support in particular. For a...
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Last week, members of the Infinitus team attended Asembia’s AXS24 Summit, the annual conference that brings together leaders from across the pharmaceutical landscape to discuss the industry’s biggest trends, issues, and developments. Every Asembia summit is a chance to learn – and not only from speakers who take the stage – and this year’s conference...
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You’re ready to embrace AI. Now what? Any AI solution under consideration should help empower your patient support program to provide streamlined processes and, ultimately, quicker access to medications for those who need them most. To accomplish this, however, you’ll need to be sure you’re choosing the right vendor and that you can get colleagues...
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There’s a lot to see and do at Asembia’s AXS24 Summit, and more people than you could ever hope to meet in just five days. Which means it takes some preparation to successfully navigate what others have dubbed “spring prom” for the specialty pharmacy industry. I’ve been attending the summit for 10 years, which means...
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Since Change Healthcare abruptly shut down its network Feb. 21, disruptions across the healthcare landscape have been far reaching. One unforeseen result has been a backlog of calls to payors and pharmacies, making it even harder for providers to get access to live agents on the phone. In an analysis of calls made by the...
Technically, the annual insurance reverification period (often known as blizzard) lasts just a handful of weeks. However, reality tells a different story. We know our customers spend months preparing for each January, when patients’ access to medication can be put into question because of changes to formularies, deductibles, and out-of-pocket requirements.  With this year’s blizzard...
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Chatbots are everywhere in healthcare news, with some outlets even proclaiming the AI-powered technology to be “the future of healthcare.”  At the same time, you’ve likely heard about conversational AI’s potential to transform the industry too.  But when it comes to provider- or payor-facing communications, like phone calls to retail pharmacies or major medical insurance...
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2023 will go down in history as the year artificial intelligence in its current incarnation went mainstream, and it won’t be slowing down this year. To many, the technology’s arrival – and pressure to be incorporated at work – felt sudden. Regardless, the healthcare industry is in dire need of the kind of help AI...
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While AI is dominating many conversations in healthcare, relatively few organizations in the space actually use generative AI tools, according to a recent survey. Among the primary reasons why are concerns about hallucinations, accuracy, and reliability. At Infinitus, we are committed to our mission of improving access, adherence, and affordability in healthcare – but along...
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Popular weight-loss medications Wegovy and Saxenda are somehow both everywhere and nowhere.  It’s nearly impossible to avoid the headlines about these injectables, part of a class of medication known as GLP-1 agonists that were originally intended to treat type 2 diabetes or severe obesity. The media has detailed which celebrities might be taking them and...

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