Technology can help reduce error rates in IV compounding.
How can we better engage patients for greater adherence rates?
Maybe the health-care industry could learn something from Pete Kreckel's mother.
A pharmacist looks back at what he was told in pharmacy school.
It isn't the number of prescriptions that makes a good day in the pharmacy, it is the staffing.
Pete Kreckel has a love hate relationship with technology.
Because of the NECC Case, the nation has a much more consistent approach toward regulating and overseeing compounding pharmacies.
AACP offers a rebuttal to a Drug Topics opinion article.
Following checklists may not be what you think of when you think of the job of someone in a profession.
Are pharmacies really comparable to fast-food outlets?