From the category archives:


Introducing the RPh on the Go App

by pharmacy on May 13, 2020

RPh on the Go is proud to announce the launch of its new mobile application for iOS and Android mobile devices. With the RPh on the Go App you can now receive information about new job opportunities, search and apply for new jobs, manage your work schedule, sync to your personal calendar, and confirm job offers from your iOS or Android mobile device.

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Every day, you are in communication with doctor’s offices, obtaining clarification on prescription instructions, taking prescription orders to be filled for customers, and communicating issues with a prescribed medication. Sometimes, these communications are simple and flawless, but other times they can be difficult and strained. Here are a few simple tips that will help improve your communications with doctor’s offices and develop great working relationships. [click to continue…]


Ketamine Based Anti-Depressant Being Considered by FDA

by pharmacy on September 14, 2016

anti depressantSuicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States across most age groups. This highlights the seriousness of depression and the need for a greater number of options for treatment. A ketamine-based alternative has undergoing Phase 2 clinical trials and the results are promising. [click to continue…]


sanofi-quadracel-vaccine-childrenIn late March, Sanofi Pasteur Inc. and the FDA announced a newly licensed vaccination safe for use in children ages four to six. This combination vaccine will complete the diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTaP) vaccination series, as well as provide an inactivated poliovirus vaccination series. [click to continue…]


pharmacist-national-governors-associationThe National Governors Association (NGA) recently released a report to encourage states that are looking to increase their primary care capacity to change legislation to allow pharmacists from doing work they are qualified to do. The report identifies several barriers including “restrictive laws and regulations governing collaborative practice agreements,” a “lack of provider recognition in federal and state law governing compensation of pharmacist to provide direct patient care services,” and “limitations on pharmacists ability to access health information systems.” [click to continue…]


Medicine Recall: Gabapentin 300-mg Capsules

by pharmacy on January 21, 2015

pillsPharmacies with NorthStar Rx 300-mg gabapentin capsule from lot GESB14011-A may notice that some of the boxes are empty. Even bottles that contain medicine may have empty capsules in them. The U.S. based subsidiary Aurobindo Pharma USA announced a voluntary recall in late November. The company says bottles in the lot entered the U.S. market in March 2014. Gabapentin is used to treat both epilepsy and postherpetic neuralgia, the management of pain after shingles. [click to continue…]


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