Contributing Editor Christine Blank is a freelance writer based in Florida.
Improper dosing in IV bags led to diluted chemotherapy solutionsNovember 19th 2013
Improper dosing of chemotherapy in IV bags recently caused a problem among a group of patients in Canada, so the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) is cautioning healthcare practitioners about chemotherapy dosing.
U.S. healthcare needs team-approach, patient focusNovember 13th 2013
The U.S. healthcare system, broken even before the Affordable Care Act, needs a team-based care approach that’s more focused on patients, as well as an increased political effort to advance healthcare, according to researchers speaking at a JAMA media briefing at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on November 12.
ACA means ups, downs for various stakeholders in the generics gameAugust 10th 2012
That the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act bodes well for the generic drug market, which is already growing by leaps and bounds annually. Industry consultants expect ACA implementation to notably benefit retail pharmacists, PBMs, and drug wholesalers.