Identifying Patient Barriers to Monoclonal Antibody Therapy for COVID-19
Monoclonal antibodies have been helpful in preventing severe illness in patients at increased risk, but barriers to receiving this therapy exist.
Toolkit Evaluates Automated Dispensing Station Overrides
A toolkit provides insight into the use of automated dispensing station overrides for emergency situations.
Which Emergency Medications Should Be Stocked in Automated Dispensing Cabinets?
In an emergency, automated dispensing cabinets can prevent unnecessary delays. Knowing the agents most needed in the cabinets is an important step to aid in this reduction.
Are Patients Satisfied with Eco-Friendly Cold-Chain Packaging?
Cold-chain packaging represents a great deal of cost and environmental impact. Eco-friendly packaging could reduce both.
Clinical Pharmacists Value During Transition of Care Services Evaluated
During this period, pharmacists can optimize medications, monitor adherence, and improve access.
Reducing HbA1c Levels Through Resident Pharmacy Visits
Pharmacy residents can aid in effectively improving HbA1c levels in patients.
Managing Complex Diseases with Therapeutic Monitoring Programs
Complex diseases can be difficult to manage for optimal outcomes. Monitoring programs of therapies can help with that management
Improving Bar Code Medication Administration in Limited Stay Facilities
Bar code medication administration has been moved beyond inpatient areas, but compliance may require improvement.
Does Pharmacist Involvement Impact Rate of Infliximab Biosimilar Switching?
Infliximab biosimilars have been available since 2016.
What Drives Pharmacy Technicians to Stay in a Job?
With the current labor shortage, understanding why pharmacy technicians stay in their jobs is important.
Immunology Pipeline Includes New Approvals, Expanded Indications for Dermatology, Reparatory, and GI
New options are being developed for conditions including psoriatic arthritis, ulcerative colitis, and asthma.
COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Rates Still Vary Among Pharmacy Professionals
A majority of survey respondents were willing to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Two Hemophilia Drugs Lead Hematology Pipeline Update
Both drugs address an unmet need for patients with hemophilia A or B.
Integrated Health System Pharmacy Models Associated With Medication Adherence, Fewer Side Effects
Patient reported outcomes for were positive for those who filled medications at an integrated health system specialty pharmacy.
Next-In-Class Treatments Lead Oncology Drug Pipeline Update
The pipeline includes next-in-class treatments for melanoma, NSCLC, breast cancer, and multiple myeloma.
Financial Toxicity, Administrative Sludge Among Roadblocks for Specialty Oncology Care
Strict utilization management policies have led some patients to make decisions like skipping medication doses.
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