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Why Health Systems Are Making Their Own Generics
Why Health Systems Are Making Their Own GenericsOver 450 hospitals have joined together over frustrations about drug prices and shortages.
The Future of Pharm TechsDrug Topics asked PTCB CEO William Schimmel where the pharmacy technician profession is headed.
New DIR Proposal Supported by Chains, Pharmacy Organizations
New DIR Proposal Supported by Chains, Pharmacy OrganizationsCMS is considering big changes to DIR fees and pharmacists are excited.
Meropenem/Vaborbactam for Complicated UTIsVabomere combines a carbapenem and a beta-lactamase inhibitor as a treatment for complicated urinary tract infections.
FDA: Opioid Cold Meds Not Safe for Kids
FDA: Opioid Cold Meds Not Safe for KidsThe agency’s ruling also added an additional Boxed Warning.
The Value of Board-Certified Psychiatric PharmacistsBeing recognized as a BCPP brings professional recognition and credibility as an expert in psychopharmacology and behavioral health matters.
Are Antibiotic Stewardship Programs Worth It?
Are Antibiotic Stewardship Programs Worth It?There's been a lot of talk about these programs, so just what are they accomplishing?
The First Billion-Dollar DrugExplaining the high price of a drug to a customer is hard enough, but its worse when its your mother.
Pharmacy Technology: Disruption or Improvement?
Pharmacy Technology: Disruption or Improvement?Is new technology actually making pharmacy any better (or easier)?
Top 4 Trends for Hospital Pharmacists in 2018
Top 4 Trends for Hospital Pharmacists in 2018ASHP predicts leadership changes, enlarged roles for pharmacists, and financial pressures.