Legislation Benefits Patients in Medically Underserved Communities Pharmacists could become providers helping serve patients with limited healthcare access. How to get your patients on board with disease management January 25, 2016 By Elizabeth Pector MD It’s frustrating when patients don’t follow recommendations. These tips may get them on track. Case Studies in Respiratory Care Management – Cases 1, 2, and 3 April 20, 2015 These respiratory care articles are part of the respiratory certificate series from April 2015-May 2015. Case studies are developed with MTM core elements integration and instruction to provide further framework for the development and refinement of MTM skills. The transformation of pharmacy in a rapidly changing retail environment April 10, 2015 By Stacey Irving Key trends point to a collaboration between pharmacies and healthcare stakeholders that will shape better delivery of patient education, adherence support, and financial assistance. Transition of care: The challenge for pharmacists Pharmacists need to own this service. The survival of the profession may depend on it. Lens extraction should be considered for PACG February 16, 2015 By Ron Rajecki Lens extraction for PACG results in good long-term control of IOP, and should be considered among the armamentarium of approaches to treat PACG. Some hospitals not prepared for potential Ebola patients As healthcare workers in West Africa battle against Ebola, some experts in the United States question whether American hospitals would be able to protect their employees and the public should the disease. Moderate-risk individuals deserve more than moderate attention June 17, 2014 By Neal Kaufman MD Focusing attention on these individuals can bring both short-term and long-term clinical and economic benefits New telemedicine kit enables video conferencing April 24, 2013 By Julia Brown Physicians can remotely monitor patients and provide distance medical services via video conferencing.