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What Do Your Patients Do with Unused Meds?How one product is making it easier for your patients to safely dispose of their medications.
Bank Loans Help Keep Pharmacies in their Towns
Bank Loans Help Keep Pharmacies in their TownsThe needs that small pharmacies have—and how they are being met
Pharmacy Accounting: The Least You Need to Know
Pharmacy Accounting: The Least You Need to KnowDaily and monthly aspects of pharmacy accounting and tax preparation and planning can be complex and difficult. Proper pharmacy accounting comes down to making sure your books are current, have integrity, and operate efficiently.
Women Pharmacy Ownership on the RiseHow women are becoming more involved than ever in pharmacy.
Telepharmacy: New Jobs, Expanded Opportunities
Telepharmacy: New Jobs, Expanded OpportunitiesTelepharmacy is more than just phoning it in. It could expand the number of jobs for pharmacists and their access to patients who are otherwise out of reach.
Social Media, Store Websites, and the Pharmacist
Social Media, Store Websites, and the PharmacistWhat you need to know about crafting your pharmacy’s 5-star online presence.
5 Ways to Improve Medicare Part DNCPA’s recommendations for improving the “increasingly complicated Part D marketplace.”
Pharmacists Are Flying In to Washington to Talk and PersuadeDIR fees top pharmacy legislator meetings.
Surescripts Takes Aim at Improving e-Prescribing AccuracyNew monitoring system identifies problems with e-prescription systems.
When Going the Extra Mile isn’t Enough
When Going the Extra Mile isn’t EnoughWhat do you do about the customer who is never satisfied?

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