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TRHC Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer Robert L. Alesiani to Receive American Pharmacists Association’s Hugo H. Schaefer Award

Award recognizes outstanding voluntary contributions to the APhA, the profession and society MOORESTOWN, NJ, March 13, 2018, Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc., (“TRHC”) (NASDAQ: TRHC) announced today that Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer Robert L. Alesiani, PharmD, BCGP, has been named the 2018 Hugo H. Schaefer Award winner by the American Pharmacists Association [...]

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TRHC’s Dr. Bob Alesiani helps patient with color-coded dosing schedule

September 2016
From Pharmacy Today “Norman Seers” was running errands late one afternoon when he had a painful reminder that he hadn’t taken his medication. He had an urgent need to urinate, but when he found a restroom, he
couldn’t go. Seers, 77, takes an alpha-1 blocker for an enlarged prostate, [...]

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Why Can’t I Eat Grapefruit? Foods That Interact with Medications

Food and drugs can interact in unexpected ways. In an article in Next AvenueRobert Alesiani, PharmD, BCGP, Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer, discusses food-drug interactions, shedding light on adverse drug events and addressing timing when it comes to medication intake. In particular, he shares why some drugs are better absorbed on an empty [...]

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Tabula Rasa HealthCare in the Media

Recently, Tabula Rasa HealthCare leadership and staff discussed medication management, the future of PACE, the ever-evolving demands on pharmacists, and more in the media. “4 supplements that can become lethal when combined with certain prescription medications, according to a pharmacologist“ Tabula Rasa HealthCare’s Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer Robert Alesiani [...]

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I am a Doctor and Beg You Never Swallow This Vitamin

Robert Alesiani, PharmD, BCGP, Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer, is quoted in an Eat This, Not That! article that addresses the use of vitamins and other supplements. In the article, Dr. Alesiani sheds light on Niacin, potassium supplements, Saint John’s Wort, and Vitamin K.

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4 supplements that can become lethal when combined with certain prescription medications, according to a pharmacologist

Robert Alesiani, PharmD, BCGP, Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer, discussed supplements and prescription medications with Insider. Examples include potassium supplements and vitamin K supplements, among others.
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