October 4th 2023
In many industries, tipping is the norm. Pharmacists would just like to receive
payment for services rendered.
October 3rd 2023
PBMs, retail chains, and pharmacy schools have all contributed to the current state of the profession. It's time they worked on fixing it.
October 2nd 2023
September 29th 2023
Guests who attend the 2024 American Associated Pharmacies Annual Conference can win up to $25,000 in credit at the API Warehouse.
When rural areas lose hospitals and primary care clinics, residents must turn to pharmacies to receive the care they need.
Pharmacists, Staff Can Utilize Workflow Wednesdays to Enhance Their Skill Set
A Q&A with Tiffany Capps, CPhT, pharmacy operations manager at Galloway-Sands Pharmacy in North Carolina and marketing communications manager at CPESN Networks.
Breaking: Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against CVS Health, Caremark, Aetna to Recoup DIR Fees
The class action lawsuit against CVS Health, Caremark, and Aetna was announced earlier today.
CVS Pharmacists, Staff in Kansas City Stage Walkout Over Working Conditions
Pharmacists at nearly 2 dozen CVS pharmacy locations called out sick Thursday and Friday to protest recent corporate decisions they say put patients at risk of serious harm.
Addressing Health Inequity and Improving Patient Engagement Through CHW Training and Local Connectedness
Rice’s Pharmacy Leads the Way
Rice’s Pharmacy has not only navigated the evolution of community-pharmacy but has thrived with their dedication to local patient care and practice transformation.
Q&A: Independent Pharmacists Share the Importance of Community
With a laundry list of upcoming changes, it’s more important than ever before that independent pharmacies work together.
Baltimore Pharmacy Owners Driven by Helping Patients with Health Barriers
Pharmacy owner Thuy Cao helped a patient who was struggling after her mother's death.
Understaffing at CVS Pharmacies in Ohio Lead to Concerns About Patient Safety
The Ohio Board of Pharmacy found during several inspections that some CVS stores in the state had dirty conditions, a lack of control over dangerous medications, and months-long wait times for medications.
Pharmacy Organizations Establish Pharmacy Workforce Suicide Awareness Day
Suicides among health care professionals are estimated to occur at a higher rate than in the general public.
Flip The Pharmacy September Schedule & Sign-Ups
Check out these can't miss Workflow Wednesdays sessions.
Video: Bringing Health Care Closer to Home
What can pharmacists do to bring innovative care models into their stores to serve their communities?
Upcoming DIR Fee Changes Still Causing Concern for Pharmacists
New DIR fee rules eliminate clawbacks, but may create cashflow challenges for pharmacies in the first half of 2024.
Conference Preview: NACDS Total Store Expo
The NACDS Total Store Expo takes place August 12 through 14, 2023 in San Diego, California.
Senate Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Ensure Continued Access to Pharmacist Care, Services for Seniors
The Equitable Community Access to Pharmacy Services legislation was introduced earlier this year in the House of Representatives.
How Far Should Community Outreach Go for Pharmacies?
Number One No Longer
Issues within chain pharmacies have made the profession less attractive for
Flip The Pharmacy July Schedule & Sign-Ups
What's on the agenda for FTP in the upcoming month?
Breaking: HHS Extends PREP Act Authority for Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians
HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra will release an amendment to the declaration in the coming weeks.
AAP Members Celebrate Their Independent Pharmacy Stories
Four independent pharmacists shared their journeys to become pharmacy owners.
The Four Attributes of a Lead Pharmacy Technician
There are some crucial differences between a good pharmacy technician and great lead technician.
Flip The Pharmacy April Schedule & Sign-Ups
Last Chance to Register: Don’t Miss the Next Total Pharmacy Solutions Summit
The theme of the upcoming Summit is the Expansion of Services Within Independent Pharmacy.
Celebrate Your Story at the American Associated Pharmacies 2023 Annual Conference
The 2023 AAP Annual Conference will take place in New Orleans from April 20 to 22.
How Inappropriate Antibiotic Prescribing Harms Patients
According to a study, patients are frequently prescribed broad-spectrum antibiotics instead of narrowly tailored antibiotics, which would be more optimized to treat them.
Meeting Preview: APhA 2023
APhA 2023 will take place March 24 to March 27 in Phoenix, Arizona
National Pharmacy Chain Opioid Settlements Poised to Affect Independent Pharmacies
Stipulations of the settlements include data reporting, annual training, and an independent compliance officer.
Thoughts From the Streets: The Rise of Xylazine in Illicit Drug Use
Rates of xylazine use have skyrocketed in since 2010, leading to an increase in overdoses and death.
Show Me the Way: Technician-Led Pharmacy Services
Pharmacy technicians can play an important role in leadership at the pharmacy.
How a Bill Becomes a Law: Pharmacy Legislation to Watch
Racial Discrepancies Among US Residential Areas Might Have Implications for Health Effects
Geographical data could potentially yield insight on racial and ethnic health disparities in the United States. An analysis of the large dataset could help identify any potential causes for observed inequities.
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