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Top stories from Drug Topics: July 2014
Here's what pharmacists were reading, talking, posting, and tweeting about throughout July 2014.
10 pieces of unsolicited advice for new pharmacy graduates
For newly fledged pharmacists, a few solid tips on how to honor your patients, your profession, and yourselves.
Are pharmacies the answer for less-costly pet Rxs?
At least two U.S. senators believe so. They’ve promised to introduce legislation that would require veterinarians to provide written prescriptions so customers can competitively shop for pet medications.
The hunt starts early for the pharmacists of tomorrow
Industry and academe collaborate on opportunities for young people to explore the range of careers in pharmacy.
Drug Topics Voices 07-10-2014
Letters, e-mails, posts, and comments from Drug Topics readers.
New products for pharmacists 07-10-2014
New Rx, generics, OTC, and devices for pharmacists.
E-Rxs for controlled substances: The system has glitches
Electronic prescribing of controlled substances isn't much of an improvement over previous practice.
Specialty drugs and the role of managed care pharmacy
As specialty pharmaceuticals consume more of the healthcare dollar, the role of managed care pharmacy will be critical.
10 reasons I’m still proud to be a pharmacist
Written by a pharmacist who has endured through thick and through thin, these 10 tips remind pharmacy professionals that they have plenty to take pride in.
Dancing as fast as you can? Get ready for CMS’ star ratings
Go ahead. Blame Obamacare. It won't make any difference.
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