Pavel Lavitas, PharmD, BCPS, clinical consultant pharmacist team lead for Commonwealth Medicine’s Clinical Pharmacy Services team, appeared in an AJMC news article to share insights gained from a clinical trial of the heart failure drug sacubitril/valsartan within a Medicaid population
In a year of unprecedented tumult in the health care ecosystem, our experts have continued to provide insightful consultancy and innovative solutions to help our clients overcome their clinical, policy, finance, and operational challenges and continue serving their most vulnerable populations.
A team of Commonwealth Medicine (CWM) Health Care Finance Solutions employees is the recipient of 2020 Commonwealth Citations for Outstanding Performance from the state of Massachusetts. The honors are for crucial work on two projects completed during the pandemic with the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA), which provides direct financial and food assistance for one in nine Massachusetts residents.
WORCESTER – A pilot project in Worcester focused on reducing racial inequities and better-supporting children in early education settings who have experienced trauma shows significant results, suggesting a new model that could be adopted in early education settings across the state and country.
(SHREWSBURY, Mass.) An interdisciplinary team from Commonwealth Medicine, the UMass Medical School IT Department, and the Massachusetts Executive Offices of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) and Elder Affairs (EOEA) is the recipient of a 2020 Commonwealth Citation for Outstanding Performance from the state of Massachusetts.
In March 2020, as Massachusetts businesses and schools closed their doors, the state’s network of Family Resource Centers (FRC) stayed open and shifted their focus to meet the acute, immediate needs of the families: food, personal protective equipment, diapers, parenting support, distance learning help, constructive activities for kids, and emotional support.
In recognition of her distinguished career dedicated to the art and science of nursing, Executive Vice Chancellor Lisa M. Colombo, DNP, MHA, RN, received an honorary Doctor of Science in Nursing from Worcester State University and delivered an inspiring commencement address to more than 1,200 graduates during a virtual graduation ceremony on Saturday, July 25.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons has renewed its contract with Commonwealth Medicine (CWM), UMass Medical School, to manage comprehensive medical services at the Federal Correctional Complex (FCC) in Butner, North Carolina. This current award is expanded to include the addition of diagnostic imaging, neurodiagnostic, and radiation therapy services. Commonwealth Medicine’s Health and Criminal Justice (HCJ) Program has been managing comprehensive medical services at FCC Butner since July 2012.
Bonnie Greenwood, director, Clinical Pharmacy Services serves on the editorial advisory board of the Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy and provides an introduction to a perspectives series exploring solutions to improve the current state of pharmacy reimbursement.
Commonwealth Medicine is proud to co-host the 2020 Paving the Way to Health Care Access Conference. This two-day virtual event for medical interpreters, ASL interpreters, and managers of interpreters, will include workshops, awards, and networking opportunities.
Congratulations to Consultant Pharmacist Tasmina Hydery on receiving the AMCP Diplomat of the Year Award for 2020. The award recognizes her efforts to give back to the local student community while promoting the vital mission of pharmacy managed care.
Like you, we know that nothing is more important than public health and safety during this most unusual time.
When the State of Washington became the nation’s first full-blown hot spot for COVID-19, the Washington Health Care Authority called on Commonwealth Medicine to help manage time-sensitive logistical and administrative Medicaid challenges.
Christie Hager, JD, MPH, Commonwealth Medicine’s managing director for Public & Private Health Solutions, was recently elected to the board of directors of the Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts.
Commonwealth Medicine’s Director of Child and Family Policy Audrey Smolkin, joined Senate President Emerita Harriette L. Chandler in hosting a statewide conference on trauma and resilience “Building Resilient Communities, Building Resilient Children” on Monday, March 2, 2020, in Worcester Massachusetts.