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5 Pharmacy Trends to Watch in 2019

Posted by Donna Bliss on 1/18/19 4:30 PM

Health-system pharmacies could see more opportunities for revenue recovery in 2019, as well as increased transparency and access to care for patients. At the 2018 American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Midyear Clinical Meeting in Anaheim, CA, a group of advisors from McKesson shared 5 trends they believe will help shape the industry in 2019.

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Topics: "Pharmacy"

Top 10 Cities for Pharmacists in America

Posted by Donna Bliss on 1/15/19 8:30 AM

They say home is where the heart is, and though this may be true, where you choose to live might not exactly be a match made in heaven for your occupation.

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Topics: "Pharmacy"

The Evolution of the Independent Pharmacy

Posted by Donna Bliss on 12/19/18 5:30 PM

According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, evolution is a continuous change in a certain direction. Typically, this is a growth that moves from a lower status towards a higher or better state of existence. To remain relevant, today’s independent pharmacies must look for ways to evolve and adapt to their ever-changing environment. To do this, it is imperative that they recognize that the old way of doing business is becoming extinct. Considering that America’s pharmacists have been recognized as one of the most trusted professions in the country, and that the independent pharmacy itself is vital to rural America, their survival in today’s marketplace is crucial.

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Topics: "Pharmacy", Reverse Distribution, Pharmaceutical Returns

GRX continues to expand its California Sales & Service Team

Posted by Donna Bliss on 12/11/18 4:13 PM

Please join us in welcoming David Parker to GRX. Parker will provide on-site service to hospitals and pharmacies in Southern California.

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Topics: Reverse Distribution, "Pharmacy", Pharmaceutical Returns

Pharmacists and Burnout: The First Step Is to Acknowledge the Data about Providers

Posted by Ashley Judson on 12/10/18 9:25 AM

We know that burnout continues to plague health care professionals. A study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association described physician burnout as an epidemic that affects health care delivery and patient safety.¹

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Topics: "Pharmacy"

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