Pharmacy Diabetes Training For Pharmacists & Technicians

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Maintaining competency in the treatment of diabetes is crucial for all healthcare professionals. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), there were 37.3 million Americans, roughly 11.3% of the population, with diabetes in 2019. Unfortunately, 8.5 million of those individuals were undiagnosed. In addition, there were 96 million Americans over the age of 18 who […]

Naloxone: The Lifesaving Antidote for Opioid Overdose

Naloxone Substance of Abuse Training For Pharmacists, Certificate Course

The United States faces a substantial public health challenge due to opioid misuse and overdoses. In 2018, there were around 46,802 deaths related to opioids. In response to this crisis, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) introduced a “5-Point Strategy to Combat the Opioid Crisis” in April 2017. One key aspect of […]

Mastering Pharmacy Inventory Management: Ensuring Efficiency and Patient Care

Supply Chain Management Inventory Management Certificate For Pharmacy Technicians

Effective pharmacy inventory management is a crucial component of providing quality healthcare services. A well-organized and optimized inventory system not only ensures the availability of essential medications but also contributes to streamlined operations and improved patient care. In this blog article, we’ll delve into the key aspects of pharmacy inventory management, exploring strategies to enhance […]

Navigating the Landscape of Pharmacy Billing and Reimbursement

Course for Pharmacy Billing & Reimbursement

Pharmacy billing and reimbursement are critical aspects of the healthcare system, ensuring that pharmacies can provide essential medications while maintaining financial viability. In this blog article, we’ll delve into the intricacies of pharmacy billing and reimbursement, exploring key concepts, challenges, and best practices that pharmacists need to navigate in today’s dynamic healthcare environment. Table of […]

USP 795 vs USP 797 Hygiene, Garbing, & BUD Dates 

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USP 795 vs USP 797 Hygiene, Garbing, & BUD Dates  As workers in the pharmacy field, we have to abide by certain pharmacy rules and guidelines. When I was first beginning my time as a pharmacy student, I wondered about what these regulations were and where we could find them. Luckily, my first lab in […]

Women’s Health: Pharmacist’s New Role in Contraceptives

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Women’s Health: Pharmacist’s New Role in Contraceptives In many states, the pharmacist’s role regarding birth control has changed in recent years to include the role of prescriber. Some states have started to give permission for pharmacists to start prescribing birth control, and the interest for this in other states is expanding (2). Despite this shown […]

What This Year’s Flu Season Has To Offer

Flu Season With September 23rd marking the start of fall this year, many people have started to look forward to what this colder season has to offer. Changing leaves, holidays, and school breaks are some of the things that first come to people’s minds. However, for many healthcare professionals and cautious parents, they know another […]

Learn The History of Mouthwash and Fluoride In Drinking Water- Impact On Pharmacy Workers.

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In the 1930s, scientists examined the relationship between tooth decay in children and naturally occurring fluoride in drinking water. In 1945, the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan, was the first to add fluoride to its city water system to provide residents with its benefits. Community water fluoridation has been identified as the most cost-effective method […]

Treating Sensitive Teeth & The Use Of Dental Floss

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Dr. Rod says: I prefer using fluoride in my practice to desensitize the dentin. I try to stay away from the stannous fluorides because of the metallic taste. Compliance usually becomes an issue and patients just quit using it at some point. Recently I began to prescribe products such as MI paste ® (GC America) and […]