Mark Lowery, Editor
Mark Lowery an Editor for Drug Topics magazine.
Way Back in 1982: Predicting pharmacy’s future
Way Back in 1982: Predicting pharmacy’s future
Occasionally, it can be interesting to learn what pharmacists and other insiders foresee as the industry’s future
Health Mart, Publix pharmacies top customer-satisfaction rankings
Both brick-and-mortar and mail-order pharmacies receive high scores when it comes to customer satisfaction, according to J.D. Power’s 2016 U.S. Pharmacy Study.
New Products for Pharmacists 08-10-2016
New branded drugs, new generics.
Helping patients treat minor injuries, bruises, and skin irritations
The summer months can be a time of increased activity for many people, as warmer temperatures usher in numerous outdoor events that can be more strenuous and bring us closer to nature.
Remember When: Rhode Island authorizes importation of Canadian drugs
Remember When: Rhode Island authorizes importation of Canadian drugs
In 2004, Rhode Island became the first state to authorize its pharmacy board to license Canadian pharmacies to ship medications to its residents.
Is Express Scripts ‘slamming’ pharmacy customers?
Five pharmacies from four states have filed a class-action lawsuit against pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts.
Pharmacists allege CVS rigged training pay
A group of California pharmacists has sued CVS Health, accusing the retail giant of unfair business practices.
Pharmacist faces prison sentence for obstructing Medicare audit
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Rodney Dalton Logan, 63, of Muscle Shoals, Ala. agreed to plead guilty to obstructing a Medicare audit in 2012.
Pharmacists sentenced in tainted-drugs case
Nine patients at Birmingham-area hospitals developed bloodstream infections and died after receiving TPN compounded by Meds IV.
Mississippi getting another pharmacy school in 2018
The pharmacy school would be the second in the state.