February 7, 2005 Behavioral Pharmacy Management: Case Studies This paper reviews several of the most promising methods of behavioral pharmacy management. Each of the case studies presented involves a different set of interventions, but all of them aim to improve quality and control costs in public behavioral health. All of them have been able to maintain unrestricted access to needed medications. While the programs described in these case studies have been implemented in a constantly changing marketplace, training physicians in the use of prescribing algorithms, prescriber utilization review methods, and pooled purchasing reflect the latest public sector thinking about . . .
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