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Retail pharmacists are ideally situated to perform MTM through collaborative agreements with physicians, and some are making it happen.
A word from the Honest Apothecary: Guest columnist Jason Poquette spells out what transitions of care actually involve.
Tips for managing pharmacy and business data BEFORE you find yourself caught up in litigation.
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