Waste Problem Shows COVID-19 Vaccines Aren’t Just a Dime a Dozen
When it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine, independent pharmacies are being set up to fail by federal health partners.
Ripple Effect: The Opioid Epidemic Challenges Even the Most Resilient Communities
Small towns have faced everything and overcome all manner of struggles—until the opioid epidemic came to town.
Can Technology Get in the Way of Patient-Centered Care?
Pennsylvania-based pharmacist explores how too much reliance on technology may impact patient care
Social Media Incites the COVID-19 Misinformation Epidemic
Many Americans still do not want to get vaccinated. Vaccine myths spread on the internet are a major part of the problem.
Technology Advances Are Needed to Advance the Profession
Innovation is everywhere, but cumbersome pharmacy technology remains an issue.
Become That Someone for Your Patients
More than ever with the disjointed health care so prevalent in our nation, our patients need us.
Pharmacists Must Unify to Overcome Challenges in Profession
“We have met the enemy, and they are ours!”
Keeping Up With Continuing Education Is a Must
Pharmacists must recognize the importance of continued learning in the profession.
Clinical Skills Help Pharmacists Emphasize Their Value to Patients
Pharmacists go beyond merely dispensing drugs to provide higher levels of care.
Pharmacy Employees: Essential Workers Amid Pandemic but Often Overlooked
Pharmacy technicians work alongside pharmacists to meet unprecedented demands during these times. They are not expendable.
To “Buy American” Generic Drugs, Pharmacists Must Be Adequately Reimbursed
Why do we pharmacists buy generics from foreign manufacturers? The answer is pure and simple: the cost.
Go to Bat for Patients in Need
“I just hope that pharmacists’ judgment can soon be a contributing factor in pharmacotherapy decisions made by PBMs and insurance companies.”
Opinion: Hydroxychloroquine at the Center of COVID-19 Discussions
"I have to admit that in all 39 years of my career as a community pharmacist, I have never seen a drug that was the center of such intense political discussion."
Pharmacists: Never Miss An Opportunity to Counsel
“I had been practicing for 4 years at that time and longed for the day that pharmacists would have input in patient’s pharmacotherapy. That day is here!”
Addressing the ‘Glut’ of Pharmacists
It’s my hope that 2020 is a profession changing year, starting with the schools of pharmacy.
$99 Insulin Program: The ‘Shot Heard Around the Health Care World’
Novo Nordisk has fired the first “shot heard around the health care world.”
The 'Unattainable Triangle' of Community Pharmacy
Quality, speed, and price has been referred to as the "Unattainable Triangle".
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