When Going the Extra Mile isn’t EnoughWhat do you do about the customer who is never satisfied?
In this issue
Addiction Risks Rise after Day Three of an Opioid PrescriptionThe length of an initial opioid prescription influences the risks of long-term use. Prescribing rights: Worth it?Pharmacists are now recognized as providers nearly everywhere—now that they have the status, what does it mean? Fighting Opioid Abuse April 17, 2017By Anthony VecchioneHow pharmacists can help fight the battle. How Pill Bottles Can Deter Opioid Misuse and AbuseSpecial pill bottle caps can help reduce medication misuse and abuse. Alternatives to Opioids April 17, 2017By Anthony VecchioneHow Trinity Health and Pacira are minimizing opioid use. How Drug Companies use Loopholes to Delay Generic Drug Approvals April 17, 2017By Nicholas HammThe citizens petition process is being used to delay approval of generic drugs. New Opportunities in Health Economics and Outcomes Research April 18, 2017By Jill SederstromSchools of pharmacy are offering fellowships, certificates, and other training for a value-based health-care system. NECC and Future of Compounding Pharmacy April 18, 2017By Nicholas HammCompounding pharmacist's case hinged on whether he was "willfully indifferent."