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myMatrixx provides pharmacy and ancillary services for workers’ compensation programs. Our services control costs with proactive clinical oversight throughout the claims process. With one online tool also available in a mobile app, clients can manage claims with real time data and detailed reporting.

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FDA Approves New Type of Sleep Drug, Belsomra

Posted by On August 15, 2014

This week The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Belsomra (suvorexant) tablets for use as needed to treat difficulty in falling and staying asleep (insomnia). Belsomra should be taken no more than once per night, within 30 minutes of going to bed, with at least seven hours remaining before the planned time of waking. The […]

Regulatory Recap – August

Posted by On August 11, 2014

This month’s recap covers the latest legislative activity and news impacting workers’ compensation including: • Physician Dispensing • Fee Schedules • Medical Fee Guidelines • Treatment Guidelines • And much more. Read the issue here for the latest news.


Another Long-Acting Opioid to Hit Work Comp Soon – Targiniq ER

Posted by On August 12, 2014

By Alan Rook, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist Is there a place for the new Targiniq ER® in workers’ compensation? If you haven’t heard, the FDA approved another long-acting opioid on July 23rd of this year. The FDA’s reasoning is that this one has an abuse-deterrent formulation. The drug, Targiniq ER, is a combination of oxycodone and naloxone. […]

DEA Begins Control On Tramadol

Posted by On July 23, 2014

By Michael Nguyen, PharmD, CPh, Director of Clinical Pharmacy, myMatrixx A few months ago, I wrote about the DEA’s proposal to tighten control on hydrocodone type medications. Recently, they announced that they would begin to control tramadol, since it is the only opioid medication that was not controlled when it was first approved under the […]

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