Pharmacists must continue to minimize the convenience gap between physician and pharmacy.
76 billion opioid pain pills distributed from 2012-2016.
Prosecutors are bringing accountability to the opioid epidemic.
Results from new ASHP Survey.
Patient data provides a rich resource that can help address the problem of opioid misuse and addiction among their health plan members.
Virus-like particle research could lead to a vaccine against opioid addiction.
Organization calls for state-level legislative and regulatory revisions.
Results of a recent survey suggest employee-based drug abuse is a concern for many healthcare providers, though they don’t believe it can happen in their facilities.
The action by the U.S. Attorney's Office is the latest in legal and policy maneuvers aimed at ending the opioid epidemic.
Results from IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science's annual report, "Medicine Use and Spending in the U.S."