Angry customers and overwork are a fact of life for retail pharmacists, who end up serving as technicians, cashiers, and anything else that's needed.
A new year is coming, and with it a new administration in Washington, a new Congress, and a new, skeptical look at Medicare Part D.
None of us wants to admit that there could be violence in practicing our profession.
Pharmacy owners should have an exit strategy mapped out for their business.
The author has mixed feelings about whether pharmacists should apologize to patients after they make a drug error.
It's hard to train technicians about pharmacy when confusion reigns in everything from claims processing to drug names
John Lemberger gives his point of view about a failure to counsel citation from the Wisconsin Board of Pharmacy
Two IRS criminal investigators caution pharmacists about healthcare fraud.
All prescription drugs should have a sell-by date for consistency and patient protection.
DEA's new rule allowing multiple prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances could engender greater Rx drug abuse.