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CareLogic® Support Programs

Our Specialty Pharmacies have nine Therapeutic Resource Centers with disease focused, specialty trained clinicians. Within those TRCs, our thirteen Specialty Care Management programs, called CareLogic® provide disease-focused clinical interventions by specialized clinicians, including:
- Patient assessments
- Proactive adherence support
- Outcomes tracking
- Patient advocacy and education
- Detailed reporting
- Support for the prescriber-patient relationship and plan of care

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disease that causes joint damage and pain. With RA, the immune system attacks the lining of the joints, causing swelling that results in chronic pain, loss of function and deformed joints. RA most often affects the smaller joints in the hands and feet, which can make everyday tasks difficult to perform. Over 1 million adult Americans are living with RA and women are two- to three-times more likely to be diagnosed. While there is no cure for RA, there are many medications that can reduce the pain and inflammation of joints, and some of these medications may help slow the progression of the disease.

CareLogic® - Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)/Inflammatory Conditions

We know that you never know what kind of day to expect when you are living with RA, Psoriasis, Crohn's Diease and other inflammatory conditions. Our CareLogic Program for RA/Inflammatory Conditions empowers you with the education and support you need to continue with your therapy regimen and manage your disease. You’ll have 24-hour access to nurses and pharmacists who can provide you with guidance and help you decide which situations require your doctor’s attention.

RA Resources

There are many organizations that can give you more information about RA. Some of these organizations are:

Arthritis Foundation

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases

American College of Rheumatology

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