Stopping medication errors in a busy pharmacy isn't an easy fix, but steps must be taken to lessen a serious problem.
Jason Poquette, RPh
Pharmacy schools didn’t teach you what you need to effectively lead a team.
You've thought about telling a physician these things over the years, but those thoughts usually go unspoken.
No one said working in pharmacy is easy, but the things pharmacists do every day really are amazing.
One pharmacist’s take on the recent (and not so recent) drug pricing debates.
One pharmacist's take on the recent Amazon news.
Reimbursement issues, sadly, aren’t anything new for pharmacies.
Pharmacists have a responsibility to help control opioid misuse, but how do you prove that you’re doing everything right?
It's something every pharmacist knows well—the long shift. Here's how to make it a little more bearable.
First of all, take a tip from The Hitchhiker's Guide: Don't panic.