October is American Pharmacists Month, a time when we recognize the tremendous work of the men and women serving as pharmacists on the front lines of the American healthcare to improve health outcomes in our communities.
...retailers and suppliers said they were impressed with not only the amount of new products being shown, but also the amount of retail foot-traffic at the four-day event...
You may recall the efforts of Rx Response to maintain the prescription drug supply chain—and to help in other ways—throughout various natural disasters and public health emergencies in the post-Hurricane Katrina era.
The public health community has embraced pharmacies as a trusted, go-to partner for disaster preparedness.
Flu season can definitely be considered a corporate concern.
The Sunday, September 5 edition of The Washington Post included an article about ongoing efforts to improve medication adherence through research and patient-focused strategies.
The Story: On Tuesday, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton rolled out a plan to lower prescription drug prices. The plan switches the debate from the Affordable Care Act and focuses more on middle class concerns surrounding the rising price of medications.
Now that flu season is approaching, health experts held a news conference in Washington, D.C., stating that this year’s vaccine has been updated and should do a much better job at fighting the flu than last season’s.
Generation Z takes in information instantaneously...and loses interest just as fast.
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