Community Practice

Solutions to the ongoing opioid epidemic take shape"Naloxone should be the fire extinguisher in the home of everyone who is at risk."
Pharmacy’s Catch-22: Save a life — or save your livelihood?When a snap decision is called for, “What is our corporate loss-prevention policy?” can compete in an employee’s brain with “What is the best thing for the patient?”
Campaign targets illegal online pharmaciesA new campaign is warning seniors about the risk of buying drugs from illegal online pharmacies.
Synchronized meds boost patient adherence, pharmacy efficiencyWith the industry changing from a pill-centered model to a patient-centered model, med sync becomes more important than ever.
Opioid use for chronic pain: The debate goes onA champion of pain patients and a proponent of limited opioid access talk about the issues in a genial debate.
Pharmacists take aim at med errors during care transitionsHealthcare has changed, and the emphasis on transitions of care has grown as inpatient and outpatient services are linking up.
Explore three pathways to fast-growing pharmacy nicheThere are more ways than one to run a specialty pharmacy — and success can be found with any of them.
Naloxone: Liability, regulatory concerns for pharmacistsThe rules vary from state to state. Pharmacists need to stay informed.
Remember When: Pharmacists overwhelmingly support Reagan re-election bidThe more things change, the more more they remain the same.
DEA to consider rescheduling marijuana — for the fourth timeWill the DEA finally reclassify marijuana to schedule 2?