With summer just around the corner, many of us are trying to be better about sticking with our workout routines, healthier diets, and methods for improvement and upkeep of wellness.
The state of Massachusetts has recently introduced a bill seeking to recognize pharmacists as healthcare providers.
Similar to the Star Rating system by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, a new quality measure has been introduced for retail clinics and other healthcare professionals.
More questions are being raised in light of the recent physician workforce shortage projections released by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) earlier this month, including how it will impact patient care, and community pharmacies and clinics.
With the spread of measles, it is difficult to ignore the important role of retail pharmacists and clinicians in driving immunization, and dispelling common misconceptions surrounding vaccines.
The new year brings new opportunities for self-improvement and growth, and Inside Patient Care: Pharmacy & Clinics will continue to provide resources for the entire healthcare team as it relates to improving patient care and your business model.
The journal will seek to provide practical information for the entire healthcare team treating and caring for patients inside the pharmacy and retail clinics.

As primary care expands to provide optimal access to quality care, Inside Patient Care: Pharmacy & Clinics will offer a forum for the team treating and coordinating patient care in pharmacies and retail clinics, including pharmacists, medical directors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and C-level executives, to implement their best therapeutic options, navigate the healthcare system, and achieve professional success.
October is American Pharmacy Month. Its purpose, according to the American Pharmacists Association, is to draw attention to the work of pharmacists and celebrate the profession.
At the 2nd Annual NACDS Total Store Expo in Boston, Steven C. Anderson, IOM, CAE, President and Chief Executive Officer, talked about the race to “capture the flag” of healthcare innovation in Congress.
The reality about disruptive innovation is that other disruptions come along, I was told recently in an interview.
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