Collaboration can take pharmacists all kinds of places—but almost always results in healthier patients.
Pharmacists have a responsibility to help control opioid misuse, but how do you prove that you’re doing everything right?
Affected Products Sold at Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, and Kroger Stores.
Just like paper prescriptions, e-prescriptions still rely on clear communication.
Amazon quietly rolled out a line of OTC products—and that should scare you.
An independent pharmacy opted to settle a wrongful death lawsuit involving an opioid prescription.
In a stock deal, Albertsons will buy the parts of Rite Aid that Walgreens didn't buy.
Pharmacy groups are praising new Medicare Part D opioid limits.
New study finds just how much people like and trust their pharmacists.
Research finds that pharmacists in ACOs improve medication use (and save money).