Fred Gebhart, Contributing Editor
Contributing Editor Fred Gebhart works all over the world as a freelance writer and editor, but his home base is in San Francisco.
Pharmacy Salary Survey 2016
Pharmacy Salary Survey 2016
Stress remains a pressing issue, but most community pharmacists are satisfied with compensation and working conditions.
Caught in the Middle
Caught in the Middle
The furor over EpiPen pricing is simply the best publicized of many similar price hikes that have left patients unable to pay.
Biosimilar: Coming to a pharmacy near you
Biosimilars are the future of pharmacy. When they hit community pharmacy, issues that have been important in specialty settings are going to explode.
Easing the bite from generic drug price increases
Generic drug price hikes are not likely to disappear anytime soon. Find out why they're occurring and what can be done about them.
California mandates antimicrobial stewardship
Smaller hospitals come to grips with a requirement that is essential, unfunded, and compulsory.
Drug diversion: Collaboration is key to detection, control
Drug diversion: Collaboration is key to detection, control
In health systems, close collaboration between pharmacy and nursing results in successful interventions.
From apothecary to PharmD: 160 years of caring for patients
From apothecary to PharmD: 160 years of caring for patients
The profession of pharmacy goes back further than you think. Way further.
Pharmacists, moms, and gestational diabetes: A growing responsibility
If you are a pharmacist who deals with patients, expect to deal with gestational diabetes.
Reinvent your practice
Reinvent your practice
Three ways to increase income and reach patients in need
More Rx-to-OTC switches on the horizon?
Statins and ED drugs lead the way, and there are plenty more on the horizon.

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