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New Pleio Medication Adherence Service Increases Prescription Refills Up To 53%

... New free service offers coaching, reminders and pharmacist support to alleviate stress and confusion some ... reminders, phone-based coaching sessions and pharmacist counseling improves prescription refill activity ... Outcomes Pharmaceutical Health Care® Personal pharmacist Network. "Pleio GoodStart supports ...

Eisai Inc. and the Alzheimer's Association Announce the Winner of the C.A.R.E. Pharmacy Award

... The C.A.R.E. Pharmacy Award acknowledges a pharmacist who has been nominated by a person with ... proud to be in its eighth year of recognizing a pharmacist for this accomplishment and is excited to have ... Pierce, RPh, CGP, FASCP. Tracey is a clinical pharmacist with Blanchard Valley Hospital in Findlay, Ohio, ...

Pharmacy Students Taught Improved Medication Adherence and Holistic Health Services Through Program Incorporating InforMedix's Med-eXpert(TM) System

... to teach the role of the community pharmacist in ensuring proper medication adherence and ... alerts being sent from Med-eXpert to the student pharmacist and family members who worked together to ensure ... together the patient, family members, and pharmacist to optimize her health and medication adherence, ...

Wedgewood Pharmacy Will Continue to Provide Avastin(R) to Ophthalmologists and Retinal Specialists

... said George Malmberg, RPH, FACA, FACVP the pharmacist president and CEO of Wedgewood Pharmacy. "We ... unique needs (for example, an infant); -- When a pharmacist can combine several medications the patient is ... in its commercially available form and a pharmacist can prepare the medication in cream, liquid ...

Mirixa Corporation and the APhA Foundation Finalize Partnership

... Additionally, this enhanced alliance between the National Community pharmacist Association (NCPA), which sponsors Mirixa, and the APhA Foundation ... added Mr. Solano. "This important collaboration between national pharmacist organizations has the tremendous potential to incentivize wellness, ...

Mirixa Corporation and the APhA Foundation Form Partnership

... Additionally, this enhanced alliance between the National Community pharmacist Association (NCPA), which sponsors Mirixa, and the APhA Foundation ... lives," added Mr. Solano. "This important collaboration between national pharmacist organizations has the tremendous potential to incentivize wellness, ...

Addressing the Pharmacist Shortage: Medco Labor Coalition(TM) Launches National Scholarship Program to Support the Development of the Next Generation of Pharmacists

... the promise for tomorrow." Within just the past decade, the role of the pharmacist has moved beyond the corner druggist to exciting careers that touch ... that one can make an impact on millions of Americans," said Medco Chief pharmacist Roger Anderson, Dr.P.H. "We are leading the emergence of many of the most ...

InterCure and Mashco Announce Launch into Independent Pharmacies in the United Kingdom

... stores which offer diagnostic blood pressure testing. Mashco will provide pharmacist education, patient information and an assortment of merchandising programs ... allow consumers to buy from the professional they trust the most -- their pharmacist -- while establishing a strong retail footprint for InterCure and ...

NJ Board of Pharmacy Approves Wedgewood Pharmacy Technician-Training Program

... for patients with unique needs (for example, an infant); -- When a pharmacist can combine several medications the patient is taking to increase ... cannot ingest the medication in its commercially available form and a pharmacist can prepare the medication in cream, liquid or other form that the ...

First U.K. Stem Cell Awareness Rally to Take Place in Manchester, England on August 9th, 2009

... To read more about Dakota Clarke, details can be found on Dakota's website ( http://www.babydakota.org ). Peter Conry, a Dublin pharmacist and pharmaceutical industry veteran interested in stem cell technology, will be speaking at the event about how his work and travel throughout Asia ...

Guy J. Quigley Resigns as Chairman and CEO of The Quigley Corporation: Quigley Leaves Company He Founded 20 Years Ago

... the COLD-EEZE(R) brand in 1992. Under his leadership, COLD-EEZE has become the number three selling cough cold lozenge and the number one pharmacist recommended zinc cold treatment. In 2001, he established Quigley Pharma Inc., with a focus on the research and development of naturally-derived ...

Debiopharm and Pharmaleads Sign License Agreement for Debio 0827 or PL37 in Treatment of Chronic Pain Conditions

... driven drug discovery and early development company. Headquartered in Paris, France, Pharmaleads was founded in 2001 by Professors Bernard P. Roques, pharmacist and pharmacologist and PhD in physico-chemistry, Member of the French and European Academies of Sciences, and Marie-Claude Fournie-Zaluski, PhD in ...

Health Robotics Announces Results of the European Union-Sponsored SafeChemo Project

... limit of one picogram*/ml after having handled multiple cyclophosphamide doses in concentrations of 1g/50ml." Dr. Alicia Tavella, Oncology pharmacist at the General Hospital of Bolzano stated: "the results of the validation tests for CytoCare(TM) have all met the required GMP standards. The system ...

Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy Hires Rinku A. Patel, PharmD as Director of Pharmacy Development and Operations

... comprehensive specialty pharmacy solutions to address the needs of our Patients, Payors, Providers and Pharma partners." Dr. Patel is a registered pharmacist with over 10 years of operational and strategic development experience in the areas of Specialty, Home Infusion, and Pharmacy Technology. Prior to ...

Alexion's Soliris(R) Receives 2008 Prix Galien USA Award for Best Biotechnology Product

... highest accolade for pharmaceutical research and development -- equivalent to the Nobel Prize. Prix Galien was first established in 1970 by French pharmacist Roland Mehl and was inaugurated in the United States in September 2007. The Prix Galien USA awards committee of 11 individuals includes seven ...

Purdue Pharma L.P. Announces Resolution of OxyContin(R) Patent Lawsuit with Mallinckrodt Inc.

... to other opioid agonists, legal or illicit. This should be considered when prescribing or dispensing OxyContin in situations where the physician or pharmacist is concerned about an increased risk of misuse, abuse, or diversion. OxyContin Tablets are a controlled-release oral formulation of oxycodone ...

CriticalPoint(TM) Introduces Crosswalk Tool for Sterile Compounding Regulatory Requirements

... providing up-to-date information on the training requirements in each state for professional licensure, USP and state laws and regulations. Notes pharmacist Phil Wettestad, Baxa Pharmacy Operations Specialist, "This crosswalk tool is a valuable resource for pharmacy managers and IV supervisors for ...

ETHEX Corporation Voluntarily Recalls Specific Lots of 30 mg. and 60 mg. Morphine Sulfate Extended Release Tablets Due to the Potential for Oversized Tablets

... for returning the recalled product. If consumers have any questions about the recall, they should call the number above, their physician, their pharmacist or other health care provider. This recall is being conducted with the knowledge of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Any adverse reactions ...

The Diabetes Series 2008: Experts Speak About Developing Diabetes Therapeutics

... due diligence for possible drug acquisitions, save large and small pharmaceutical firms from costly mistakes. Dr. Speid began her career as a pharmacist in the UK, after which she completed a Ph.D. at the Centre for Medicines Research International, into the Safety Assessment of Medicines, Pre and ...

Good Neighbor Pharmacy(R) Ironman Competitor Inspires Individuals with Diabetes to Live Without Limits

... health expos and at diabetes support-group events to inspire people to take an active role in managing their disease and to educate them on how their pharmacist may be able to help with their daily challenges. One of Andy's biggest fans is Rochelle Parker of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Rochelle noted, "Andy was a ...

Difficult to Treat Erectile Dysfunction Patients

... and TriMix-gel(TM) is exactly what ED patients have been asking for." The profession of pharmacy has always been based on the patient-physician- pharmacist relationship, known as the "Triad." Through this "Triad" relationship, patient needs are determined by a physician, who chooses a treatment regimen ...

GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Recommends Maintaining FDA'S Current Two-Class Drug System

... is studying the possibility of a third class of drugs, called Behind-the-Counter, which would be available without a prescription but would require a pharmacist consultation prior to purchase. Citing a number of well-known and trusted OTC products consumers rely on daily, Quesnelle highlighted how the ...

Cephalon Submits Supplemental New Drug Application for FENTORA

... to other opioid agonists, legal or illicit. This should be considered when prescribing or dispensing FENTORA in situations where the physician or pharmacist is concerned about an increased risk of misuse, abuse or diversion. Schedule II opioid substances which include morphine, oxycodone, ...

Cephalon Reinforces Important Prescribing and Dosing Information for FENTORA

... to other opioid agonists, legal or illicit. This should be considered when prescribing or dispensing FENTORA in situations where the physician or pharmacist is concerned about an increased risk of misuse, abuse or diversion. Schedule II opioid substances which include morphine, oxycodone, ...

Cephalon Announces Positive Results from a Pivotal Study of FENTORA in Opioid-tolerant Patients with Non-cancer Breakthrough Pain

... to other opioid agonists, legal or illicit. This should be considered when prescribing or dispensing FENTORA in situations where the physician or pharmacist is concerned about an increased risk of misuse, abuse or diversion. Schedule II opioid substances which include morphine, oxycodone, ...

The Generic Drug Industry in Illinois

... and is a more attractive margin than what Big Pharma might pay (hence the pharmacist generic substitution of the product). The pharmacist makes more money and the patient is satisfied because medication is ...

UW Hospital and Clinics install smart intravenous pumps

... dosing allowance for the medication, said Susan Kleppin, a senior clinical pharmacist with UW Hospital and Clinics. The system provides an extra layer of ... to be dispensed from a single unit. When you go to a pharmacy, the pharmacist processes your prescription using a computer to check for allergies and ...

Van Campen reviving UW's drug-development related education

... its doors in September of 2001, the requisite space became available. And in honor of Lenor Zeeh (UW School of Pharmacy Class of 1936), a dedicated pharmacist and eventual vice president of the Rennebohm organization who served the pharmacy profession in the state of Wisconsin for the better part of five ...

BIO 2006 aftermath and a taste of bio-generics

... to do more clinical trials for bio-generics. It appears that a physician prescription will also be coupled with dispensing of these drugs (today a pharmacist can switch to a generic drug in many cases without consulting a physician). Bio-generics have already begun in Australia with Sandoz's launch of ...

Will BidRx start a drug price war?

... not the case is the Fox River Valley town of Omro, Wis., where Omro Pharmacy is one of the first independent drug stores to become a site partner. pharmacist and owner Ken Bressers called BidRx the first "real way" to find reasonable prescription pricing online. Although the pharmacy is located in a small ...

CIO Leadership Series: Tanya Townsend, Saint Clare's Hospital

... Clare's has determined that the average turn-around for an antibiotic - from the time the physician enters the order into a computer, to the time the pharmacist verifies it, to the time the nurse administers it - has been reduced to an average of five minutes. In a paper world, the same process could take ...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... to switch out one gene for another in a ... science fiction to reality within this decade. As with ... hope of fixing disease-causing genes in humans, for example--as ... have put one of those concerns to rest: using ... occurrence of mutations in the cells. The new results ...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert ... present new findings at the Alzheimer,s Association International Conference ... Copenhagen, Denmark. Data from the four abstracts will focus ... to mild cognitive impairment and dementia. The research is ... in 1980 to examine healthy brain aging as well ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... organs in the human body. Its job is to ... is its synthesis function and that toxic substances ... detoxification function. Lack of exercise and too much alcohol, ... resulting diseased cells can lead to inflammations, cancerous ulcers, ... the German Liver Foundation, over five million people in ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... published in the scientific journal Nature Neuroscience ... at Universit Laval, reveals that it is possible to ... rekindling pain so that it can subsequently be erased. ... chronic pain. , The researchers from the Faculty of ... mentale de Qubec (IUSMQ) were inspired by previous work ...
(Date:7/8/2014)... Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) awarded Lawrence ... to develop an implantable neural device with the ... brain to help restore memory, DARPA officials announced ... understanding that memory is a process in which ... information, store it and retrieve it. Certain types ...
(Date:7/8/2014)... obesity have increased risks of dying at a young ... disease, stroke, diabetes, and kidney and liver diseases, according ... 20 large studies of people from three countries. The ... (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, found ... a dramatic reduction in life expectancy compared with people ...
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