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Pharmacy commended for diabetes care leadership

BY Alaric DeArment

MODESTO, Calif. A pharmacy in Modesto, Calif., has been commended and awarded for its diabetes care efforts at the AmerisourceBergen National Healthcare Conference and Exposition, according to The Modesto Bee.

Carranza Pharmacy, a two-store chain in the area, received the Diabetes Shoppe Living Without Limits Award for recognition as a leader in providing diabetes care to the community.

The pharmacy has been bilingual since it opened 21 years ago and provides diabetes education classes every two months, free diabetes meters and numerous products for diabetics.

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ActivePHR wins CDHC award

BY Drew Buono

NEW YORK ActivePHR, ActiveHealth Management’s personal health record has been named a winner of the 2008 Consumer Driven Health Care Solutions Award for Most Effective Solution Provider, as awarded by CDHC Solutions magazine.

The ActivePHR program provides an electronic home for a person’s health information. ActivePHR generates actionable alerts when opportunities to improve care are identified. Other innovative features within ActivePHR include integration with ActiveHealth’s health risk assessment and disease management program, the ability to grant access to doctors/caregivers, health trackers, calendar, and translation to Spanish.

“Consumers need and want to take an increased role in their healthcare,” said Peter Neupert, corporate vice president of Microsoft Health Solutions Group. “A personal health record like ActivePHR empowers consumers. When consumers have the ability to present a complete picture of their health and information on specific issues to all of their doctors and caregivers, the result is better care.”

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Danish company finds potential weight-loss drug

BY Alaric DeArment

NEW YORK Good results from a study of a new drug from Denmark-based NeuroSearch caused the company’s stock to increase the most in more than a month, according to Bloomberg.

Studies of the experimental drug tesofensine showed that it improved fat metabolism and lowered weight. The results caused NeuroSearch’s stock to rise by about $2.20 to $50.77, a 4.5 percent increase.

The drug company said it hoped to find a partner to fund the testing required to gain regulatory approval for the drug, which could generate $1.1 billion in sales if approved.

One dollar equaled 5 kroner, as of mid-day Tuesday.

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