One state's pharmacy board is debating that issue.
With provider status now a reality in 38 states, HR 592 and S 314 have powerful Congressional support. How long before the payers come on board?
Pharmacy technicians can do much more than just stock shelves and manage inventory. And the possibilities increase by the day.
The New Hampshire Board of Medicine rejected a set of rules proposed by Gov. Maggie Hassan designed to more closely regulate doctors who prescribe opioid painkillers.
Ohio is set to become the first state to link its prescription drug monitoring program with electronic medical records already in existence.
Tired of all those 12-hour days? If nothing else, a union will get you paid.
Minnesota recently sent letters to more than 2,400 healthcare providers identifying patients who may be doctor shopping to obtain prescriptions for painkillers.
The Florida Board of Pharmacy recently approved a new rule mandating additional training for pharmacists in connection with the dispensing of controlled substances.
Remember the "POGO" comic strip? "We have met the enemy and he is us." According to Ken Baker, it's kind of like that.
A California appeals court has upheld the California Board of Pharmacy’s discipline against a pharmacist who supervised a pharmacy technician who stole more than $1 million worth of painkillers.