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In this issue
Big-Box Pharmacy on the Rise
July 12, 2017Big-box merchandisers, including supermarkets, employ thousands of pharmacists and offer higher-than-average salaries.
Pharmacy Accounting: The Least You Need to Know July 12, 2017By Scotty Sykes CPADaily 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.
The Impact of a Pharmacist as a Health CoachA look at the ways coaching your patients can leave them healthier. Precision Medicine: A New Role for PharmacistsThe biggest innovation in medicine in the last decade (and how to get in on it). New Board Certifications Show Increasing Complexity of Pharmacy July 12, 2017By Gail KalinoskiBPS has been adding more board certifications—but they're not done yet. Pharmacist Personal Beliefs in the News AgainA New Mexico pharmacist's actions brought an ACLU lawsuit. Cannabis for Credits July 12, 2017By Jill SederstromClinical rotation gives students unique view of medical cannabis industry. A Drug Causes Hundreds of Deaths and Millions of ADEs July 13, 2017By Nicholas HammAn investigation into Actemra (tocilizumab) has uncovered hundreds of serious adverse drug events, but the drug's labeling has not been changed. Clinical Challenge: What Would You Do?Preventing drug-drug interactions with HIV ART FDA Approves First Drug for Sickle Cell in 20 YearsEndari is only the second FDA-approved sickle cell disease drug. New Drug Review: SarilumabThe FDA approved Kevzara for RA patients.