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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

Dec 18, 2013 | The Road toward Fully Transparent Medical Records
Patient access to e-notes may become 'standard of care'

Dec 17, 2013 | Should Doctors Get Paid Less If They Don’t Keep Patients Healthy?
51 percent of physicians spend 5 to 14 hours per week on paperwork, up from 23 percent in 2012

Dec 16, 2013 | Why Become a Nurse?
There are many different reasons why people choose to become a nurse

Dec 12, 2013 | Fewer Errors in In-Hospital Meds if Pharmacists Are Involved
"When it comes to med reconciliation, who better to lead the initiative than the experts in the medication field: pharmacists"

Dec 12, 2013 | Sugar Lakes Family Practice Celebrates Grand Opening of New Physicians Pavilion Pharmacy
Patient-centered care team - including an onsite pharmacist - is best way to offer coordinated healthcare services

Dec 10, 2013 | mHealth Summit 2013: Patient-Centered Care Will Drive Mobile Adoption, Use
One of biggest technology challenges for providers: Leveraging data explosion to make Meaningful Use make sense to the patient

Dec 09, 2013 | Austin Diagnostic teams with pharmacy firm, opens ninth location
On-site pharmacy services are a needed convenience for customers