Pharmacists’ Investigational Drug Services Aid Ebola Response

THE HANDFUL OF  U.S. CASES OF EBOLA  VIRUS DISEASE (EVD) have cast investigational drug therapy into the national spotlight and brought ... [read more]
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Dec 03, 2014

From Political Novice to Seasoned Advocate: Getting Involved in Provider Status

MY POLITICAL "CAREER" BEGAN with some notes scribbled on a napkin at a Starbucks in the fall of 2007. It was just me and my department head ... [read more]
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Nov 07, 2014

Ebola Cases Bring Practical and Clinical Challenges

CARING FOR THE FIRST TWO EBOLA virus–infected humanitarian workers in the United States required high-level clinical services for the patients as ... [read more]
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Oct 16, 2014

Making the Case for H.R. 4190 with the Cleveland Clinic C-Suite

THE IMPORTANCE OF H.R. 4190 and reimbursement for pharmacy services in outpatient clinics is clear to pharmacists. But, understandably, other ... [read more]
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Oct 08, 2014

Lessons from My Uncle: Creating Relationships Across the Continuum

MY UNCLE CLAUDE OWNED AND RAN A PHARMACY in southern Louisiana for over 40 years. As a boy, I remember going into the pharmacy, and Uncle Claude ... [read more]
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Sep 11, 2014

More Pharmacists in ER Mean Better Patient Care

IMAGINE A HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM (ER) with no radiology services available. To emergency physician Tim Meehan, M.D., MPH, an ER or ED without an ... [read more]
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Aug 28, 2014