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Adverse drug reactions from antibiotic exposure occur in one out of every five patients, according to two large studies of patients in the community and hospitalized patients, respectively. The community study measured emerge...

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The American Society of Automation in Pharmacy’s (ASAP) Midyear Conference brought more than 100 key technology executives together for three days of learning in Palm Beach, Florida. Thro...

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Medication errors are on the rise, particularly those that occur in the home, according to a recent study published in Clinical Toxicology. By analyzing data collected...

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As a trusted healthcare resource that also happens to be one of the most accessible and affordable in the community, pharmacists are well positioned to help consumers with their care management needs and guide them toward better o...

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A recently published report by authors from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that in 2011, general dentists prescribed 10% of all antibiotics in the community. This compares to: ...

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Pharmacy has long been at the forefront of the electronic exchange of information. It started with the first claims submission decades ago and followed with the advent of electronic prescribing. But now, pharmacy may be at risk of...

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It is one of the most talked about issues in healthcare. The population of the United States (and the world!) is aging. In 2010, 40 million Americans were age 65 and older, and that number is projected to swell to 88 million by 20...

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Article:Medication errors and adverse drug events lead to a staggering loss of life and high healthcare costs every year. Industry research points to a direct link between EMR alert overrides and medication err...

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Two independent studies show that there is very little bleeding risk in patients undergoing dental surgery who are medicated with the new anticoagulants and that dose omission before or after dental surgery is not necessary. “Ne...

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