A pharmacist reveals that the solution to all of pharmacy's problems: You get what you pay for.
The ACA has led to some early reforms popularly known as "The Patient Bill of Rights." Here's a proposal for a similar platform specifically addressing Rx drugs.
Under the Affordable Care Act enacted 2 years ago, Medicare beneficiaries with traditional coverage are expected to save $5,000 from 2010 to 2022.
After years of planning on the part of many collaborators, a one-page PMI is now being tested.
Suppose a country were facing a flood of Biblical proportions but determined to focus on bringing in more tourism; what would you say about its priorities? Now suppose that country were a professional organization and ... well, read on.
Great ideas are everywhere. Successful community pharmacists can spot them and tailor them to meet local needs. Here are four stories of how good ideas gave rise to even better ones.
Mandatory mail-order programs are hampering medication adherence, said Marie Smith, PharmD, during a recent roundtable on medication adherence.
If the Washington, D.C.-based Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative has anything to say about it, MTM will help shift pharmacists' roles from dispensing to direct clinical practice.
The Beers Criteria have undergone a new update. What do you need to know to care for geriatric patients properly?
What has staved off even higher levels of ongoing shortages is that drugmakers are reporting potential shortages much more often and FDA is using various tactics to prevent them from becoming reality.