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The ASAP Connection

ONE OF THE HALLMARKS of the American Society for Automation in Pharmacy (ASAP), in addition to its pioneering work in setting the reporting standard for...

In the Works: Major Change to the NDC Number

It may not be exciting or cutting-edge except to those of us in information technology, but the pharmaceutical supply chain and pharmacy profession’s operations...

Partnering to Educate Future Pharmacists

We both have young children. In the months leading up to their arrival, well-intentioned family and friends generously shared their advice and the experiences...

Miscellaneous Things to Ponder: Hospitals, Anxiety, and Amazon

Hospitals (Patient’s View) In the last few weeks I have spent time in a couple of hospitals. Once for me and a couple of times accompanying...

2018 NCPA Annual Conference

The National Community Pharmacists Association held its 2018 Annual Convention in Boston, Mass. Check here for news from the convention. Also, check for session slides and...

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How Provider Validation and Patient Data Powers Pharmacy Success

Clean data is a key driver of pharmacy success. What role can big data play in providing your pharmacy with the cleanest data and...

Be a Key Player

The outpatient pharmacy is a diverse setting with many opportunities for pharmacists to show their expertise in clinical management and patient care. From meds-to-beds...

Chalkboard Tactics

Sometimes it takes a break from the routine to gain a new perspective on something familiar. I happen to be traveling in Portugal with...

American Society for Automation in Pharmacy Annual Conference 2019

The American Society for Automation in Pharmacy held its 2019 Annual Conference on Kiawah Island. For more details about the upcoming ASAP Midyear Conference,...

Considerations for Opening a Specialty Pharmacy

Specialty pharmacy developed as a segment of pharmacy to meet the needs of patients who didn’t require hospitalization, but their medication, administration, training, and...