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Siloed Systems Hinder Patient Care

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Collaboration between health system specialty pharmacies and manufacturers can benefit patients in the long run.

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Pharmacy Membership Model May Result in Better Patient Care, Financial Feasibility

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In comparison with the traditional volume-based pharmacy model, the membership model decreases financial barriers while increasing customer-pharmacist relationships.

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Supply chain, email attacks against healthcare groups frequently threatening patient care, report finds

Fierce Healthcare

Supply chain and business email compromise (BEC) attacks against healthcare organizations are among the leading threats to patientscare and outcomes, according to a new survey report from cyberse | A newly published industry survey also found that IT executives were less concerned about ransomware vulnerability despite an uptick in organizations (..)

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Slideshow: Pharmacists’ Ability to Improve Patient Care in Cancer Medication Management Services

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In 4 posters presented at the Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association Annual Conference 2024, researchers addressed pharmacists’ role in managing patients’ anticancer medications.

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Penicillin allergy delabelling: A multidisciplinary approach for improved patient care

Hospital Pharmacy Europe

Penicillin allergy is a common concern in healthcare settings, impacting patient safety, antimicrobial stewardship and successful infection treatment. In developed countries, between five and 15% patients carry a penicillin allergy label , and patients receive a penicillin allergy label by their third birthday in approximately 75% of cases.

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Opinion: What nurses really want: sufficient staffing for patient care

STAT

What nurses really want are better working conditions so they can deliver the best care possible to their patients. Coloring books. Goody bags. They could be activities at a 5-year-old’s birthday party.

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How to leverage real-world data for better patient care

pharmaphorum

How to leverage real-world data for better patient care Mike.Hammerton Thu, 26/10/2023 - 08:00 Bookmark this