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Opioids are cheap, but the economics of clinical practice, including the shift of care from inside the hospital to outpatient or ambulatory facilities, are creating new opportunities for Pacira BioSciences’ non-opioid treatments for pain. Improved reimbursement and increased usage among anesthesiologists are the biggest revenue drivers for the company’s two marketed products.
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