Federal and state laws impose limits on the amount of pseudoephedrine a person may buy and a pharmacy may sell. Your state's limits may be more strict than the limits imposed by the feds.
Pharmacists swear to promote the good of every patient. But stuff can happen. It wouldn't hurt to take out some insurance. Just in case.
The Virginia State Board of pharmacy has temporarily closed a Richmond pharmacy from which more than 50,000 controlled substances were stolen during a two-year period, including oxycodone, hydrocodone, and methadone.
Some tips on what constitutes a QA and how to comply with pharmacy law when creating one.
Although the biosimilar Zarxio (filgrastim-sndz,) was approved in March, the manufacturer, Sandoz/Novartis, has been delayed from selling the drug until a patent dispute with Amgen is resolved.
A Mississippi pharmacist has agreed to forfeit $2 million he earned through an online scheme that distributed painkillers to customers who had not received medical consultations.
If you're waffling on the idea of taking out professional liability insurance, read this and think again.
A month after New York ordered Target, Walmart, Walgreens, and GNC to stop selling herbal supplements that routinely did not contain the ingredients advertised, one of the giant retailers has been hit with a class action lawsuit.