Midwestern Glendale Students Dive into Drug Shortages Advocacy

ONGOING NATIONAL DRUG SHORTAGES that are negatively impacting pharmacists’ ability to care for patients can seem like an overwhelming problem ... [read more]
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Aug 06, 2013

Compounding Legislation: Your Voice Urgently Needed Now!

It’s hard to believe that after the many deaths and illnesses associated with the alleged practices at the New England Compounding Center last ... [read more]
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Jul 30, 2013

Moving Closer to Achieving Our Vision

In the last 20 years, the ASHP House of Delegates has debated and passed important proposals like support for the entry-level Pharm.D., ... [read more]
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Jul 01, 2013

Reflections on the NECC Compounding Tragedy

I, LIKE MOST OF YOU, CONTINUE TO FOLLOW the news out of Framingham, Mass., as more is learned about the operations at the New England Compounding ... [read more]
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Nov 05, 2012

Innovations in Reimbursement

Pharmacists Branching Out into New Models of Patient Care

LAST APRIL, THE PHARMACY DIRECTOR of a large, multi-hospital health system in the Midwest phoned Gloria Sachdev, Pharm.D., clinical assistant ... [read more]
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Sep 06, 2012

Is Prescribing the Next Step in the Evolution of Pharmacy?

Pharmacists in Three States Already Successfully Doing It

Ernest Dole, Pharm.D., PhC, BCPS, FASHP, a pharmacist clinician at the Pain Consultation and Treatment Center of the University of New Mexico ... [read more]
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May 15, 2012