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PharmaPoint in the news and related industry articles.

PharmaPoint in the News

Improving Care Coordination Throughout the Facility: A strategy to place the pharmacy at the point of care, ensuring that a pharmacist serves as an integral member of the patient-centered care team – Read article

Continuum of Care Through Pharmacies: A discussion with Mike Plaia, chief executive officer at PharmaPoint – Read article

Doctors Establishing Pharmacies Inside Practices to Make Patients’ Lives Easier: A pharmacy inside a doctor’s office proves advantageous for patients and relief for doctors – Read article

PharmaPoint opens pharmacy at Edward Hospital: Edward Hospital has recently opened a PharmaPoint point-of-care retail pharmacy within the facility. – Read article

Industry News

Sep 21, 2017 | September Is Pain Awareness Month
Patients may not realize the impact that a pharmacist can have on helping them manage pain

Sep 18, 2017 | How Birmingham’s Fastest-growing Companies Assess Growth Opportunities
Top factors to consider when examining a chance to grow your business

Sep 14, 2017 | Medication Mistakes Outside Health Care Facilities Doubled Over 13 Years
Medication errors reported to U.S. Poison Control Centers doubled from 2000 through 2012

Sep 13, 2017 | Pharmacy Value of Generic Prescriptions
Proud of the ADC Pharmacy team and all the ways they serve their patients with excellence!

Sep 07, 2017 | Meet the 2017 Fast Track 30
The businesses on the list represent a wide range of industries, from health care and technology to builders and retailers

Sep 07, 2017 | NQF Says Interoperability Goes Far Beyond EHR-to-EHR Data Exchange
The National Quality Forum has released new guiding principles for a truly interoperable healthcare system

Sep 01, 2017 | 2017 Fast Track 30
"Every organization is only as strong as its people"

Aug 31, 2017 | At Washington Health, Script Volume, Patient Care Bolstered Med Rec, Meds-to-Beds Make a Potent Duo
"Our techs are about 88% to 92% accurate, and then a pharmacist looks over the list and improves that percentage"