Innovative patient-care services recognized by CPPA Two Rivers Medicine Shoppe, in Two Rivers, Wis., becomes third pharmacy to receive accreditation. Temporary tattoo for glucose monitoring in development A skin patch that may end up replacing needle sticks is being tested at U.C. San Diego. FDA continues investigation of simulated IV saline products that sickened 17 January 19, 2015 By Tracey Walker FDA is seeking to learn how these Wallcur products, which are not sterile and should not be injected in humans or animals, entered the supply chain. Palliative care innovator receives Remington award Calvin H. Knowlton, BS Pharm, MDiv, PhD, has been named this year’s Remington Honor Medal award winner and will be recognized next month at the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) annual meeting and exposition in San Diego. 2015: The #YearOfTheRPh Let this be the year you do something for the cause. Ebola treatment in America January 10, 2015 By Jill Sederstrom What is it like to care for patients with Ebola? Clinical pharmacists share what they’ve learned. Six tips on preventing pharmacy data breaches What should pharmacies do to keep patient data and credit- and debit-card information secure? Start with these steps. STOMPP to test adherence packaging, MTM model in community setting Blister packs, close follow-up, and tight pharmacy planning are features of the new model. NSAIDs increase bleeding risk in patients taking anticoagulants A Danish study of 150,900 patients found that the risk of serious bleeding doubled when patients were treated with NSAIDs.