prescribing practices

Opioid crisis legal ramifications: How to protect your healthcare organizationOverprescribing by just one practitioner can lead to an untoward outcome that may readily affect the entire healthcare facility.
Addiction Risks Rise after Day Three of an Opioid PrescriptionThe length of an initial opioid prescription influences the risks of long-term use.
Pain control: Let’s rethink our prescribing habitsDr. Henry Rosevear apologizes to those he may have hurt with his prescription habits for pain control and discusses the steps he is taking to help remedy the narcotics epidemic.
Three ways technology is improving the pharmaceutical industryTechnology in pharmacy is leading to improved safety, accountability, and efficiency.
Medical marijuana: Legal considerations for physiciansThe medical profession is on the front lines of the medical marijuana battle. Yet the federal government still treats marijuana as a Schedule 1 controlled substance.
Pharmacy stakeholders support controlled substances documentA coalition of stakeholder organizations – including the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) – released a consensus document on the "red flag" warning signs related to prescribing and dispensing controlled substance prescriptions.
How much of pharmacy theory is really based on science?If you're Dennis Miller, the answer is a dozen more questions, and some of them are doozies.