If Your Patients are Grumpy on Sundays and Happy on Thursdays, That May be Usual March 06, 2017 By Nicholas Hamm If your patients are grumpy on Sundays and happy on Thursdays, you may not be alone. Study: Biosimilars may result in minimal savings September 17, 2015 By Tracey Walker A recent study projects that U.S. employers may see minimal savings to overall healthcare costs resulting from the introduction of biosimilars to the U.S. market. Six tips for managing your manager It cuts both ways: You need to manage your manager, just as your manager manages you. Seasoned hospital pharmacist seeks qualified manager, serious applicants only If you don't know what you want in a manager, you're far more likely to end up unsatisfied. Better give it some thought. Managing vaccine inventories: Tips for pharmacy services Vaccines are specialty medicines in pharmacy inventory management. Here are some tips on their proper handling, storage, delivery, and administration. Community pharmacy's secret weapon Only indy pharmacies have it, and it may make all the difference. Efficient resource management in system-wide pharmacy operations System-wide medication visibility can be key to delivering the highest levels of patient safety at the lowest possible cost. Rising stars: Three women entrepreneurs share their paths to pharmacy success October 10, 2014 By Jill Sederstrom By 2020, approximately 62% of all active pharmacists will be women. Here we follow three paths to rewarding and creative careers. Pharmacy supervisors: Credit where credit is due In most retail chain stores, the buck stops at the pharmacy supervisor’s desk. Here's a look at the pharmacy biz from their point of view. The good, the bad, and the gray areas: Where are your ethics? Kim Ankenbruck has a knack for expressing what many of her fellow pharmacists are thinking. Here, she tackles the question of how to practice integrity in an environment designed to punish the attempt.