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Improvements to Medication Communication in Hospitals

Posted in Pharmacy Management Tips, Pharmacy Career Tips

In this article, Rx relief® discusses VBP data that suggests medication communication has improved in hospitals.
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Recognizing Methamphetamine Abuse at the Pharmacy Counter

Posted in Pharmacy Management Tips, Pharmacy Industry News

Five percent of the U.S. population is believed have used methamphetamine at some point in their lives, according to the Pharmacist’s Letter (June 2013). This means there’s a good chance...
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How to Deal with a Parent Questioning a Prescription

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As a pharmacist, you have to deal with many different types of people, all with varying concerns. Among the people you have to deal with are parents who come to...
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Handling a Prescription Error

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Prescription errors. They can happen, and if they do, as a pharmacist, you need to know how to handle them, because the way you handle the situation can have big implications medically and legally. Here are tips on how to handle...
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Counseling Patients on the Importance of Flu Shots

Posted in Pharmacy Management Tips

Many pharmacies and hospitals offer flu shots to patients, sometimes at low or even no cost. If you find some patients are leery about getting a shot, consider following these counseling tips.
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Treating a Child with a Fever: What to Tell the Parents

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A parent comes to your pharmacy to pick up an OTC medication to combat a child’s fever. The parent naturally has a number of questions relating to the causes and...
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But I Read on the Internet That…

Posted in Pharmacy Leadership Tips, Pharmacy Management Tips

In this article, Rx relief® talks about how more and more consumers are turning to the Internet to get their information on drugs and why it’s important that pharmacists work to counsel patients one-on-one.
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