Kathleen Gannon Longo
Kathleen Gannon Longo is a Contributing Editor.
Prescribing rights: Worth it?
Prescribing rights: Worth it?
Pharmacists are now recognized as providers nearly everywhere—now that they have the status, what does it mean?
Legislation Benefits Patients in Medically Underserved Communities
Legislation Benefits Patients in Medically Underserved Communities
Pharmacists could become providers helping serve patients with limited healthcare access.
Standardization a Pressing Issue for Pharmacy Technicians
Diane Halvorson, RPhTech, CPhT, of North Dakota has been named the Pharmacy Technician of the Year for 2017 by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.
Chains Step up Efforts Against Drug Abuse
Naloxone can now be dispensed without a prescription in 33 states and Washington, DC. Here's how two big pharmacy chains are making the livesaving opioid antagonist more accessible.
Ascension honored for enhancing medication safety
The St Louis-based company received the Institute for Safe Medication Practices Cheers Award.
Pharmacists improve adherence in HIV care
The HIV-specialized pharmacy model can improve adherence and outcomes for patients.
Pharmacies: The First Line of Defense Against the Flu
Pharmacists guide and counsel patients about flu prevention and treatment.
Pharmacists use PR to get the word out on pharmaceutical care
How pharmacists can use the media to tell and sell pharmaceutical care
JCAHO makes major revisions in 2004 survey process
Get set for new medication management standards from JCAHO
Pa. kicks off med-error reporting program for hospitals
Pennsylvania phases in program requiring hospitals to report drug-related and nondrug-related incidents under a new law