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4/17/2017 Press Release

ASHP Launches ASHP Consulting Service

ASHP announced the launch of ASHP Consulting, a new healthcare consulting service providing expert advice on a wide variety of pharmacy practices.

4/12/2017 Press Release

ASHP’s Pharmacy Residency Match Meets Continued Demand for Training

ASHP’s 2017 Match concluded today, as 4,504 individuals matched with more than 2,140 pharmacy residency programs across the country. The Match was conducted in two phases to meet the needs of the rapidly growing number of pharmacists and student pharmacists seeking residencies as well as reside


Evaluation of Medication Management Programs Proves Difficult

The most valuable lessons to be learned from the federally funded evaluation of Health Care Innovation Award–winning medication management programs lie not in the statistical information but in the qualitative findings, say two pharmacy researchers. "We have another case of tr


Pharmacists Help Patients Get Started on Hepatitis C Regimens

A pharmacist-led program for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C is providing personalized care for patients in New Jersey and helping their treatment plan stay on track. The program, operated out of the Hunterdon Medical Center's infectious diseases (ID) clinic in Flemington


Wyoming Pharmacists Help Homeless Manage Their Medications

A collaboration between the University of Wyoming (UW) Family Medicine Residency Program and the Health Care for the Homeless Clinic (HCH) in Casper is bringing clinical pharmacy services to area homeless patients. The clinic operates 4 days per week as a federally qualified healt


ASHP Member Erin Fox Pens Drug Pricing Editorial in Harvard Business Review

An opinion piece written by ASHP member Erin Fox, Pharm.D., BCPS, FASHP, was published April 6 as a digital article in the online Harvard Business Review. In the piece, “How Pharma Companies Game the System to Keep Drugs Expensive,” Dr. Fox cites a variety of tactics employed by drug companies to ex

4/5/2017 Press Release

ASHP Virtual House of Delegates Approves New Policies

ASHP’s virtual House of Delegates recently approved professional policies on ensuring patient safety during cyberattacks, reducing excess quantities of unused prescription drug products, and emphasizing pharmacists’ leadership role in anticoagulation therapy management. Following discussion in the


GlaxoSmithKline Recalls 3 Lots of Ventolin HFA Inhalers

GlaxoSmithKline on March 22 started recalling 593,088 Ventolin HFA inhalers because of a defective delivery system, according to an enforcement report posting by FDA. The inhalers, containing albuterol sulfate and the propellant HFA-134a, are from the following lots: 6ZP9848, expiration dat

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