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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

Oct 22, 2020 | Pharmacists Should Have Priority Access to COVID-19 Vaccine, Pharmacy Groups Say
"Pharmacists meet three of the four risk criteria and therefore should be bumped from Tier 1 to Tier 2"

Oct 21, 2020 | Pre-Pandemic ‘Normal’ Not Expected Until 2022, Hospital Execs Say
Three-quarters of survey respondents reported increased monitoring and resources for staff burnout and mental health

Oct 14, 2020 | Look for Opportunities: Women Pharmacists Discuss Work-Life Balance
The majority of full-time pharmacists, 54%, are women

Oct 13, 2020 | The Value of the Pharmacist in Managing Patient Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic
90% of the United States Lives Within 5 Miles of a Pharmacy

Oct 09, 2020 | Physicians Outline Four Most Important Digital Health Needs
Almost 90% of the time, conditions physicians deemed essential to adopting virtual health technologies were absent

Oct 05, 2020 | Care At The Counter: Technology And Policy Are Empowering Pharmacists
Investing in pharmacy technology and capabilities is also a way to improve health outcomes and ultimately drive down costs

Sep 29, 2020 | What Do CIOs Want to See from Telehealth Apps? More Than a Dozen Weigh In
Although the specifics are still fuzzy, it's been made evident that telehealth isn't going anywhere