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The Opioid Crisis: Pharmacy Practices to Prevent Abuse

As dispensers of prescription medication, pharmacists are on the front lines of this epidemic. What can pharmacists do to help prevent opioid abuse and overdose, keep their patients safe and, ultimately, save lives? This involves ensuring the safe and proper use of opioids by patients for whom they have been legitimately prescribed, as well as secure and safe disposal of unused opioids. In the effort to prevent diversion and misuse of opioid prescriptions, this webinar will discuss:
  • Identifying “red flags” that indicate patients struggling with an opioid use disorder
  • Best practices for working collaboratively with prescribers
  • Counseling patients suspected of opioid use disorder
  • Safe disposal of unused opioids
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Pharma Logistics’ PharmaWaste Service

The Pharma Logistics PharmaWaste program offers a simple way to properly dispose of your pharmaceutical waste, ensuring compliance with local, state and federal regulations for returns and disposal. Watch the video to learn more.

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Pharma Logistics’ Drug Take Back Program

The Pharma Logistics’ Drug Take-Back Program is a simple and safe medication disposal program that helps keep your community safe and complies with the requirements of the DEA Secure and Responsible Drug Disposal Act. Learn more.

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Pharma Logistics’ Rapid Credit Program

The Pharma Logistics Rapid Credit program is a powerful enhancement to reverse distribution services. Rapid Credit offers expedited processing for pharmaceutical product returns with both financial and operational benefits to a pharmacy. Learn more!

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Start Using Data & Analytics to Optimize Your Pharmacy Business

As a pharmacy owner or manager, you know that data is important for running and growing a pharmacy business. It helps to ensure that you have the right inventory, that your team is operating efficiently, and that your patients are receiving optimal care. Having timely data and analytics is essential.

However, a little-known but valuable source of data and insights for your pharmacy is reverse distribution. While every pharmacy needs a process for handling their product returns, reverse distribution is more than just a way to “clean out unused inventory.” Learn more by downloading the Data & Analytics Handbook.

  • Inventory Management
  • Patient Care
  • Pharmacy Team Efficiency
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Start Using Data & Analytics to Optimize Your Hospital Pharmacy Business

As a hospital pharmacy manager, you know that data is important for running and growing a hospital pharmacy business. It helps to ensure that you have the right inventory, that your team is operating efficiently, and that your patients are receiving optimal care. A little-known but valuable source of data and insights for your pharmacy is reverse distribution. Learn more about the data you should be receiving from your vendor.

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Hospital Pharmacy Technician Handbook

Pharmacy Technicians face many challenges that are tough for even the most seasoned workers. The top challenges—and requirements—of the job fall into two main categories: product knowledge and inventory management. The Pharmacy Technician Handbook covers a number of topics to improve customer service and a number of other issues.

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Pharmacy Technician Handbook

Pharmacy Technician Handbook

Pharmacy Technicians face many challenges that are tough for even the most seasoned workers. The top challenges—and requirements—of the job fall into two main categories: product knowledge and inventory management. The Pharmacy Technician Handbook covers a number of topics to improve customer service and a number of other issues.

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Hospital Pharmacy Guide to Compliance

Hospitals are challenged to play a pivotal role in the nation’s drug supply chain: dispensing medications to the public.  Among the many regulations—state and federal—that govern the activities of dispensing medicine, are three critical laws pertaining to the safety and security of both the general public and industry professionals. Learn more about each of these laws.

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The Changing Role of Independent and Retail Pharmacy Techs in 2021

The current pandemic has upended the community pharmacy business model, dovetailing with ongoing trends in care, technology, and marketing to create new roles and responsibilities for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians alike.  Shifting Pharmacy Technician Roles With many pharmacies unable to survive solely by dispensing prescriptions, pharmacists have increasingly expanded clinical care beyond flu shots and …
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The Impact of COVID on Pharmacies: Demand for Telehealth

If pharmacists and doctors had reservations about telehealth, it melted away during the COVID-19 pandemic. Video conferencing calls proved to be an effective way to talk with patients while keeping sick and vulnerable patients away from others. Once telehealth solutions were made available many patients who had previously opted to come into the pharmacy chose …
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The Impact of COVID on Pharmacies: Breakdown of Healthcare IT

COVID-19 has had a major impact on the healthcare industry, especially in the pharmaceutical space. Drug availability, healthcare infrastructure, and patient behavior have all changed in ways that are predicted to last long after the days of the current pandemic. When it comes to infrastructure, healthcare IT and online databases have always been weak points …
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