What does and doesn’t work for pharmacists trying to improve their working conditions.
Just as hospital pharmacists have moved out of the basement and into direct patient care, outpatient pharmacists are moving out from behind the counter and into medical practices. Here’s what’s driving the trend and how it could impact you.
How HHS efforts to increase competition could hurt patients.
Compliance packaging, also called convenience packaging, is a good idea for both patients on many medications and for pharmacies. Here’s how to do it.
Flu vaccinations can take up lots of your already-busy schedule, but that doesn’t mean they’re not important.
What pharmacists need to do—and what you should avoid.
Cancer patients have long been known to be at higher risk of developing shingles and its related complications.
Pharmacists are in an ideal position to encourage people to be vaccinated against shingles.
There is finally relief from “gag clauses,” which prevented pharmacists from telling patients they can pay a lower out-of-pocket cost for certain prescriptions than the copay with their health insurance.