Alosa partners with state governments, federal agencies, nonprofit organizations and foundations to develop academic detailing programs, trainings and materials.
Division of Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacoeconomics, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
The Division facilitates a wide range of activities related to the use and outcomes of medications. Its mission is to bring together the various specialties of medicine, epidemiology, biostatistics, health services research, and the social sciences to evaluate the effectiveness of existing and new prescription drugs in relation to their risks and costs; to study how medications are used by physicians and patients; and to develop methods to optimize drug use.
National Resource Center for Academic Detailing (NaRCAD)
NaRCAD is an initiative supported by an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) grant. Its goal is to promote the use of evidence-based medicine by supporting programs of academic detailing.
Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract for the Elderly (PACE)
The PACE program, offered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Aging, assists eligible Pennsylvania residents who are 65 years of age or older with payment for their prescription medications.
Maine Independent Clinical Information Service (MICIS)
MICIS is an academic detailing program designed to provide independent clinical information to Maine physicians and other prescribers of medications.
HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA)
HAHSTA is the core District of Columbia government agency to prevent HIV/AIDS, STDs, Tuberculosis and Hepatitis, reduce transmission of the diseases and provide care and treatment to persons with the diseases.
Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living
The Department is part of the Agency of Human Services and provides a variety of services to Vermonters who are over the age of 60 or who have a disability.
Vermont Health Care Association (VHCA)
Vermont Health Care Association is the oldest and largest long term care organization in Vermont. It is committed to advocating on behalf of residents, staff and communities that depend on Vermont’s nursing, residential care, and assisted living homes as an integral component of the long term care continuum.
Centre for Effective Practice (CEP)
CEP has been a Canadian, federally-incorporated, not-for-profit organization that works to enable appropriate care through the development and implementation of relevant, evidence-based programs and tools.