Below-cost reimbursements still a concern for pharmacists.
Specialty medications dominate
The goal of this activity is to assist pharmacists in managing difficult-to-treat symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
On July 20, 1992, a Drug Topics cover story posed the question, “Is Mail Order bombing?”
Stress remains a pressing issue, but most community pharmacists are satisfied with compensation and working conditions.
If you’re a pharmacist, you’ve undoubtedly heard the question, Are there too many pharmacy schools?
The furor over EpiPen pricing is simply the best publicized of many similar price hikes that have left patients unable to pay.
The goal of this activity is to educate pharmacists and technicians in how best to assist patients in the use of medications used to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
Retail pharmacies are in the news a lot these days. Unfortunately, it is not the kind of news anyone wants to hear.
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Ned Milenkovich, PharmD, JD REG/LEGAL

Ned Milenkovich is a principal at Much Shelist and vice chair of the Illinois State Board of Pharmacy.

Ken Baker, BS Pharm REG/LEGAL

A pharmacist and attorney consulting in pharmacy error reduction, communication, and risk management, and attorney of counsel with the firm Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros, Pa.

David Stanley, RPh VIEW FROM THE ZOO

David Stanley is a pharmacy owner, blogger, and professional writer in northern California.

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