There are at least three major areas of concern
People are looking--and judging.
Why are Rx drugs so expensive? No one seems to have a good answer.
Anxious new pharmacists get a shot in the arm from columnist Pete Kreckel, RPh.
A coordinated effort needs to be made to preserve the health and safety of life on earth.
There are so many opportunities for pharmacists out there. Technology can help uncover them, and we can follow them to a fulfilling career.
Epinephrine saves lives. So does naloxone. Why are they regarded differently?
Medicare should have the same authority that Medicaid has to negotiate drug prices directly with manufacturers. If the government can do it for one program, it can do it for another.
Pharmacists are the most accessible healthcare resource. Once trained in naloxone use, we can train our patients in all aspects of opioid use. This will make a difference.
Really? Still? Why?