Pharmacy automation systems offer their users a way to improve and streamline their workflow.
Pharmacy owners, pharmacists, and technicians should spend some time understanding their insurance policies. It may be time well spent.
Across the country, pharmacists are helping prevent the spread of disease in their communities by advocating and administering vaccinations to keep people healthy.
Chronic cluster headaches are debilitating for patients who experience them. A recent study concluded that low-intensity anticoagulation with warfarin was associated with significantly higher incidence of remission and less headache impact on patients' lives.
A shortage of primary care physicians, decreased reimbursement, and increased complexity of patient care can make delivering patient care harder than ever. A new Asheville model shows what teamwork can accomplish.
NEW: In View from the Zoo, David Stanley launches his monthly column with a 21st century Catch-22.
Founded in 1904, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy is an impartial professional organization geared toward supporting the efforts of individual state boards of pharmacy to protect the public health and safety.
Drug Topics visits one-on-one with Mary Relling, PharmD, chair of pharmaceutical sciences at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, who has devoted her career to finding better treatment options for childhood leukemia patients.
Only 5 years ago, all they heard was "pharmacist shortage, great jobs, great benefits, great pay." Now the opportunities pharmacy students dreamed about when they began school in 2007 are no longer available.
The results are in, and this year Health Mart wins by a landslide. Pharmacy owner Timothy Davis and other satisfied franchisees tell us why.