October 2016 Diabetes

Are There Times When a Legal Duty Not to Dispense Exists?

October 19, 2016

Legal Focus

When pharmacists at a community pharmacy repeatedly honored prescriptions for controlled substances before the supply previously dispensed should have been exhausted, may a lawsuit be maintained by the representative of the patient’s estate for breach of a legal duty owed the now deceased patient?

Expressing Value in an Era of Outlier Drug Pricing: Our Round Peg, Square Hole Problem

October 11, 2016

Editor's Note

It seems that just about every month now, there is another public outcry in response to a new innovator product that is priced well above convention or to a dramatic price hike for a product that has been in the marketplace for years.