ASHP Releases Preceptor Guide March 21, 2017By Christine BlankThere is finally a one-stop resource available preceptor development. Five pharmacy regulations health execs must keep on their radars in 2017 March 19, 2017By Kenneth MaxikHere are five critical regulations that executives can begin to prepare for today. Legislation Benefits Patients in Medically Underserved CommunitiesPharmacists could become providers helping serve patients with limited healthcare access. Pharmacy Technician Conference Creates Consensus on Technician Qualifications March 09, 2017By Nicholas HammThe conference emphasized the need for standardization and the importance of safety in the training of pharmacy technicians. Remember When: You first heard the pharmacy school question? October 10, 2016By Mark Lowery EditorIf you’re a pharmacist, you’ve undoubtedly heard the question, Are there too many pharmacy schools? Health-system pharmacists embrace medication standardization campaign September 10, 2016By Anthony VecchioneCompletion of Phase I of ASHP’s Standardize 4 Safety initiative is fast approaching. Pharmacy techs: Many skills, varying responsibilitiesPharmacy technicians can do much more than just stock shelves and manage inventory. And the possibilities increase by the day. Would partial fill curb opioid abuse?In an attempt to curb prescription opioid abuse, two members of Congress recently introduced legislation that would allow pharmacists to partially fill opioid prescriptions. New standard for pharmacy residency programs approved February 18, 2016By Mark Lowery EditorRecently, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and the American Pharmacists Association approved a new standard for PGY1 community-based residency training programs. New publication provides guidelines for dosing obese patients January 29, 2016By Mark Lowery EditorA new publication from the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists is designed to help clinicians determine proper medication doses for obese children and adults.