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Kent, M.S., FASHP, ASHP president. ‘Pharmacists’ unique qualifications and option of patients make them an invaluable resource to improving individual care as prescribers working carefully with physicians and additional providers as part of a thorough team.’.. AJHP examines pharmacists’ prescribing medicines in current issue Pharmacists’ prescribing medicines is a topic often discussed when wellness policy specialists explore how to improve patient safety, medication-use outcomes, and usage of medical services. The American Journal of Health-Program Pharmacy , published by the American Culture of Health-System Pharmacists , examines the sometimes-controversial subject in its current concern. The 15 issue explores aspects of pharmacist prescribing December, including education, schooling, and credentialing; collaborative practice with physicians; current domestic and international prescribing practices; reimbursement; and public wellness needs.Also on display for the next year was the popular Green Patient Lab 3.0 exhibit, which demonstrated how sustainable products and green practices could be incorporated into facility design never to only protect the surroundings, but benefit patients, patient and staff families aswell. The ongoing party was hosted within the fourth annual Symposium fundraiser, and raised $9,600 for Access Community Health Network. The proceeds were gathered through a raffle drawing, which was available to all exhibitors, sponsors, media and additional attendees. Those agencies donating to the raffle included Gurtz Electric, Navigant, Ragnar Benson Building, Skender Structure and Thorne Associates. For details on the award program, check out.

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