Pharmacists can help relieve the financial burden that health care excesses place on American taxpayers.
For better or for worse, patients regularly research health information online.
The private sector has been slow to adopt health care models that give pharmacists an expanded role.
Rx-to-OTC switching is likely to continue unabated due to the high cost of health care in the U.S.
Pharmacists should prepare for a shift in the way the profession is currently practiced.
A pharmacist’s knowledge of medications can be lifesaving in an emergency situation.
It's disappointing that new provisions in the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy program do not directly address pharmacists taking a more active role in patient consultations.
Contrary to early predictions, technological advances in pharmacy have greatly enhanced the profession.
There is probably no issue more divisive in the political arena today than that of health care reform.
The idea of pharmacists dispensing certain drugs without a prescription has merit.
As exhibited by the annual Gallup poll, rising above other professions in ethics and honesty is a top priority for pharmacists.
Pharmacies would do well to adopt the principles of this institution’s successful, people-centered management style.
The agency is still vital to this country’s health and well-being.
Pharmacists should advise patients to be wary of counterfeit drugs being sold on the Internet and in foreign “drug stores.”
Medication cost is not the only factor that contributes to poor compliance and adherence.
The number of young children hospitalized or seen in the ER for ingesting a potentially toxic dose of medication has risen dramatically.
Pharmacists have actively answered the polls posted monthly on our Web site.
Pharmacy practice has transformed into a more clinical and patient-centered role.
Drug shortages have silently, but steadily, risen to critical levels.
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