How Blockchain Can Reduce Waste, Fraud in Pharmacy
The emergent technology is adding security and accountability to distributions, and will likely connect manufacturers and distributers in the near future.
A Pharmacist's New Year's Resolutions
One of our columnists recounts his major New Years moments and offers 2019 hopes for the pharmacy profession.
Duvelisib for Relapsed or Refractory CLL/SLL
Opinion: A New Toolkit to Fight Opioid Abuse
What one pharmacist says the AAOA Pharmacy Toolkit can do to help combat the opioid epidemic.
10 Pharmacists to Follow on Twitter
Follow these pharmacists to spice up your news feed with more pharmacy-related content.
Small Doses: January News
Rounding up the news you need to know to start the new year.
The 10 Most Exciting Drugs in the 2019 Pipeline
Approved and upcoming drugs to look forward to this year.
Pharmacist-Driven Intervention Program Reduces Readmissions
Study validates benefits of pharmacists on healthcare teams.
Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Need Advice On Diet, Drug Buildup
Organ function changes require regular monitoring, counseling
Independent Pharmacies: Not Dead Yet
High-touch care models and boutique offerings can differentiate stores and bolster business.
5 New Pharmacy Rules and Regulations to Watch
Changes coming to combat opioid addictions and overuse, as well as mitigate rising drug prices.
ER Pharmacists Improve Processes, Outcomes
Growth of hospital emergency departments includes delivery of primary care and medication management, necessitating pharmacist involvement.
How Pharmacy Will Change in 2019
Four trends that will shape business and the profession
Paulsen's Pharmacy: 100 Years, One Location, Three Owners
Over the course of a century, Paulsen’s Pharmacy has been providing medications and care to the people of Portland, OR.
The 10 Apps Pharmacists Should Be Using
From productivity to relaxation, these apps can help you be better at everything you do.
2 Commerce Drive Cranbury, NJ 08512