The new pharmacy: Revenue streams, Part I If you're a pharmacist looking for another route to success, satisfaction, and reward, start here. Who is to blame for pharmacy mistakes? When multiple factors are involved, the issues may not be as clear-cut as you think. Pharmaceuticals and pharmaphobes It can take years to establish the safety and efficacy of new drug therapies. What should we do in the meantime? Drug Topics Voices 07-10-2015 July 10, 2015 Letters, e-mails, comments, and posts from Drug Topics readers TLC for eyes and ears Some tips for keeping these hardworking organs happy and healthy. Anticoagulation does not increase ICH risk in patients with brain metastases Research results indicated that while intracranial hemorrhage is frequently observed in patients with brain metastases, treatment with low molecular weight heparin does not increase the risk. Omnibus Guidelines expected to bring changes to the 340B program The 2015 guidelines are expected to clarify many current ambiguities. FDA approves ceftazidime-avibactam to treat two complicated infections The combination product is indicated to treat either complicated intra-abdominal infections, where it is used in combination with metronidazole, or complicated urinary tract infections in patients with few or no other treatment options. Psychiatric pharmacists help optimize patient care As clinical specialists, these pharmacists are in the best position to monitor psychiatric patients, who often have other medical issues and are receiving additional drug therapies. Seasoned hospital pharmacist seeks qualified manager, serious applicants only If you don't know what you want in a manager, you're far more likely to end up unsatisfied. Better give it some thought.