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Survey Predicts Pharmacy Trends of 2020 – Pharmacy Times

Emerging trends impacting health-system pharmacists were recently revealed during a session at the ASHP (American Society of Health-System Pharmacists) 54th Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition in Las Vegas. The session highlighted ASHP’s annual Pharmacy Forecast, which is designed to help advance pharmacy practice leadership, and to provide insight into the forecasted trends. In the 8th… Read More »

Column: America’s healthcare system is failing because competition is disappearing – Los Angeles Times

The two major afflictions besetting the U.S. healthcare system are that its prices are too high, and that although big spending should give us better quality of care, it doesn’t. These two conditions arise from the same cause: American healthcare is becoming less competitive. Hospital chains are growing larger, and within some specialties, providers have… Read More »

Gigi Hadid Goes Topless for Vogue Brasil; Five Other Times when the Super Model Flaunted her Assets (View Pics)

5 times when Gigi Hadid went topless for her photoshoots (Photo Credits: Instagram) Gigi Hadid loves her collaboration with Vogue and it could be either with British Vogue, Vogue Paris or the recent being Brasil. This supermodel has no inhibitions when it comes to flaunting her assets and she was even willing to shoot a… Read More »

Pharmacy Administration Opportunities Keep Growing – Pharmacy Times

Dr. Michael Kosal takes a data-driven and analytical approach to managing pharmacy operations. In this interview with Lynn Paterini, PharmD, host of The Nontraditional Pharmacist, see what is involved in pharmacy administration, where workdays are never the same. The full interview can be accessed in audio and video formats. These are the highlights: Pharmacy administration is a… Read More »

The most expensive medicine ever treats a rare condition. The price: $2.13 million – Los Angeles Times

Evelyn Villarreal was one of the first children treated, at 8 weeks. Her family, from Centreville, Va., had lost their first child to spinal muscular atrophy at 15 months. Two years later when Evelyn was born a test showed she also had the disease, so the family enrolled her in the gene therapy study at… Read More »