NECC and the Future of Compounding Pharmacy April 18, 2017By Nicholas HammCompounding pharmacist's case hinged on whether he was "willfully indifferent." 4 reasons to use a compounding pharmacy September 21, 2016By Jill Autry OD RPhThere are four reasons to opt for a compounding pharmacy instead of reach for your Rx pad: strength, form, ingredients, and function. Compounding services can help your pharmacy stand out August 10, 2016By Howard LarkinDennis Song, RPh, describes the steps to take when starting a compounding services business. Pharmacists sentenced in tainted-drugs caseNine patients at Birmingham-area hospitals developed bloodstream infections and died after receiving TPN compounded by Meds IV. Court: Wrongful death case against pharmacy can proceedA Florida appeals court recently ruled that the estate of an Ohio man who died from a fatal dose of pain medication could sue the compounding pharmacy that filled the prescription. Prompt attention vital to managing severe corneal infections June 01, 2016By Fred GebhartConducting a good history and a careful exam can usually lead clinicians to the right diagnosis and treatment in cases of severe microbial keratitis. FDA temporarily shutters ‘filthy’ compounding pharmacy May 12, 2016By Christine BlankSeveral years ago, drugs compounded by Franck’s Compounding Lab caused eye infections that lead to vision loss. PBMs, wholesalers, and contracts 101 May 10, 2016By Gary EllisIndependent pharmacists can benefit from negotiating their own contracts, but they've gotta keep their eye on the ball. Here are a few tips. Compounding: A core competence for pharmacists November 10, 2015By Joel Claycomb PharmDDrug Topics' peripatetic pharmacist-correspondent reports from FIP 2015 in Dusseldorf. Pharmacy to pay $8 million to settle fraudulent billing allegationsA Florida compounding pharmacy has agreed to pay $8 million to settle allegations it billed the federal government for improper and medically unnecessary prescriptions.