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Pharmacy Roundup: This Week’s Top 5 Articles for November 2, 2018

Pharmacy Roundup: This Week’s Top 5 Articles From the Web by Elements magazine |

November 2, 2018

Welcome to our weekly roundup of pharmacy articles, blog posts, and stories from across the web.

Every week we share our favorite articles that other organizations, associations, and companies are producing to help your pharmacy business thrive.

You’ll discover new strategies and tips to boost your independent community pharmacy business and to stay up-to-date on what’s happening in the pharmacy industry.

This week we chose five articles touching on topics from emergency disaster response to time management for pharmacy leaders.


Hurricane Michael Through the Eyes of Two Pharmacist Responders

When disaster hit Florida last month, pharmacists were among the first help to arrive. Pharmacy Practice News tells the story of two volunteers.


Nearly Half of Consumers Abandoned a Prescription at the Pharmacy Because It Was Too Expensive

Healthcare Finance breaks down a newly released survey showing just how price-conscious pharmacy patients are.


Did You Know Teens Are at Risk for Serious Drug-Drug Interactions?

Teenage girls could be especially vulnerable to DDIs. The American Pharmacist Association explains why.


Q&A with Owner and Pharmacist Cindi Reed

For Women Pharmacist Day, TelePharm spoke with Cindi Reed, owner of Oakwood Apothecary and Dick’s Pharmacy in Illinois about how she stays competitive with national chains.


How Successful Pharmacy Owners Manage Time

Lester Nathan, the Pharmacy Sage, explains how prioritizing can set the right—or wrong—tone for your business. 

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