Collaboration can take pharmacists all kinds of places—but almost always results in healthier patients.
Not too long ago, it seemed like anything could end up in a pharmacy—with disastrous (or sometimes just humorous) results.
Pharmacists urged to support controls to the marijuana market but oppose criminalization.
Technology can help patients who need specialty pharmacy medications get them faster by streamlining the processes involved.
Pharmacists have a responsibility to help control opioid misuse, but how do you prove that you’re doing everything right?
Affected Products Sold at Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, and Kroger Stores.
How one health system is coping is coping with the shortages.
Just like paper prescriptions, e-prescriptions still rely on clear communication.
Greater awareness of the dangers posed by prescription opioids is changing pharmacy practice.
The legalization of marijuana has consequences.