The American Medication Association favors a ban on direct-to-consumer advertising for prescription drugs as part of its policy in an effort to make prescription drugs more affordable. Do you agree?
Community pharmacy residency programs are springing up across the country. Here's what they have to offer.
Three-quarters of the time, meds prescribed for many common conditions don't work. When the day comes that meds are routinely personalized to the patient, this will cease to be an issue.
The answer, it turns out, is "Plenty." Just ask Topeka Pharmacy's Tom and Morag Miller.
Three ways to increase income and reach patients in need
CPF puts its money where its mission is.
The goal of this month’s activity is to discuss the pathophysiology and clinical presentation of allergic rhinitis and review nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic treatments for the symptoms of allergic rhinitis.
With Spark Health, pharmacists can track patients' data, monitor their outcomes, and give them plenty of warm fuzzies, 21st-century-style.
The product-tracing deadline has been extended to November 1. Other requirements are on schedule. Here's what you have to do, and when you have to do it.
The biosimilars pipeline is flush with new products, and it could be shortening. Here's why.