Healthcare Law Firm team recently grew again to include Michael G. Silverman, an attorney with deep experience as a resource for pharmacy business clients facing pharmacy benefits manager issues. The Firm's service list has grown as well.
Does the move towards online ordering of medicines spell the end for the traditional community pharmacy model – or could it offer new ways to survive in a digital world?
Many students wish to travel the world, and I was no different. I envisioned my pharmacy school career to be as globally informed as possible, and I knew that the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy would be the right fit. The school of pharmacy was teeming with international opportunities, and I pursued as many as possible. My story consists of 6 countries, 4 school years, and 1 student pharmacist, reflecting a world class PharmD education.
A Lisburn man has praised staff at a local pharmacy who went “above and beyond what would have been expected” in order to deliver medication to his father during the recent snowy weather.
These include important decisions such as timing for sale, what you will do after the sale, current market conditions, price you are likely to achieve in the sale, and many more!
Brian Komoto, owner of Delano’s Komoto’s Drugs and the Bakersfield Komoto’s, is featured along with his pharmacy operation in a four-page spread in Pharmacy Today magazine, the December 2017 edition. Komoto is pictured on the magazine’s cover.
A nonprofit pharmacy program for the poor and uninsured provided free over-the-counter medicines to hundreds of people in the Arthur R. Edington Education & Career Center on Saturday morning.
Graduates of the University of Hawaii at Hilo’s pharmacy college reported a lower overall first-time pass rate on a national standardized licensing exam in 2017 than in years past, which officials attribute partly to a change in the exam’s format.
- Centene recently partnered with RxAdvance, a start-up that manages pharmacy benefits.
The most important study presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) 2018 Annual Scientific Session did not involve a medical device or an expensive new drug. It did not feature doctors. And it did not take place in a hospital or medical office.