Rethinking Pharmacy Employee Engagement
While often overlooked, employee engagement is a key element in determining whether a hospital, health system, or pharmacy service can effectively meet its patient access, patient quality, and organizational financial demands.
Importance of Medication Reconciliation in the Continuum of Care
Successful performance of medication reconciliation can have a positive impact on patient response to a hospital stay as well as support improvement in clinical quality and financial outcome.
The Business of Pharmacy: A Prescription for Change
A major opportunity to improve patient outcomes and organizational finances exists in the pharmacy service line.
A Rose by Any Other Name: Imperatives for Biosimilar Naming
With the approval of biosimilars in the United States, a key safety issue is the naming configuration. This article discusses the issues and options around biosimilar naming.
Pharmaceutical Compounding Versus Manufacturing: Renewed Interest in an Old Question
The New England Compounding Center experience points to an immediate need for clarification of exactly where the dividing line is between compounding and pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Evolutions in Outpatient Cancer Care
Within the last 5 years changes to oncology private practice have led to these clinics aligning themselves with larger entities to maintain their practices.
Hemophilia and Managed Care: Partnering to Achieve Cost-Effective Care
Exploring how health plans and hemophilia treatment centers can better work together to deliver high-quality care and manage costs associated with hemophilia.
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