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BRACING FOR A SHOWDOWN
Pharmacists have temporarily blocked the Medicaid AMP formula, but a bruising battle still awaits.
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New bill on pharmacy compounding stirs concern
Pharmacy industry critics are "gravely concerned" that the Safe Drug Compounding Act of 2007, a draft Senate bill, would sharply curtail the practice of compounding by giving the Food & DrugExpand
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Medicare Part D leaving independents stranded
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Discarding unused drugs? Don't crush and flush
Following guidelines issued by the American Pharmacists Association in February, the federal government has also issued guidelines on the disposal of medications.
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Green solutions to drug disposal blues
Concerns over the drug diversion and the impact of pharmaceuticals on the environment converge as federal and health experts look for new models to control the impact of unused drugs.
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Pharmacy technician numbers are on the rise nationwide
State boards of pharmacy tackle technician certification, pedigree, and other difficult policy issues.
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Illegal Internet pharmacies pose growing threat
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This service helps you counsel foreign patients
Many people talk to their television, but how often does the television talk back? Now for patients and pharmacists at two Columbus, Ohio, Walgreens pharmacies, the television is talking back,Expand
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RFID tracking system tags drugs at item level
In a move that could significantly improve the monitoring and tracking of retail drugs, RFID (radio frequency identification) solution providers have developed an inventory tracking system for theExpand
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