The Process Behind Innovation Wednesday, September 2, 2015 Over the past few months, I have described generalities associated with the concept of innovation by defining the terms, maintaining that this movement has staying power, and providing perspectives on how pharmacy remains opposed to it.
Pharmacy's Opposition to Innovation Tuesday, August 18, 2015 It may be strange to suggest that pharmacy is opposed to innovation, but I find more instances of opposition than signs of support. Let me further describe why I take this perspective and the reasons it is apparent in pharmacy and health care today.
Innovation Still Has Staying Power Monday, August 3, 2015 The term innovation is frequently used in today's lexicon. Whether it is used as a verb (to innovate) or an adjective to describe an activity (innovative), the term appears in all sectors of society.
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