The opioid crisis continues to be one of the worst public health crises that the United States has ever seen.
Pharmacies are making the most of tech from automation to big data.
Health systems offer a wider use of pharmacy training, but more readily succumb to drug shortages and frequent formulary changes.
Poor medication adherence leads to $100 billion in healthcare expenditures annually.
Standing behind the counter and waiting for customers to walk into your pharmacy is not enough to sustain independents in today’s marketplace. Here are some new or unique things independents should consider to ensure survival, says B. Douglas Hoey, RPh, MBA, CEO of the NCPA.
High-touch care models and boutique offerings can differentiate stores and bolster business.
Changes to Medicare plans for contract year 2019.
Changes coming to combat opioid addictions and overuse, as well as mitigate rising drug prices.
GPS-based dietary prompts, continuous glucose monitors among the devices poised to revolutionize diabetes treatment and patient management.