New art exhibit, “To Really See,” focuses on how patients perceive the medication they take and how it affects their lives on a daily basis.
Medication Management Systems, a U-based start-up, was recently acquired by Genoa, the nation’s leading telepsychiatry and behavioral health pharmacy company.
Medication Management Systems (MMS) was the first company to get its start from the University of Minnesota’s Venture Center, which launches businesses around ideas and technology that are the offspring of University of Minnesota research.
The number of antidepressants prescribed in the U.S. is skyrocketing as more primary care providers give antidepressants to patients even though many of them don’t have a psychiatric diagnosis.
A group of University of Minnesota researchers set out to study how that trend might be affecting older adults.
Less than one percent of adolescents addicted to opiates receive medications to help them quit, new research shows. The Journal of Adolescent Health says that’s compared to 12 percent of adults that receive medication.