There can be no more important
role for the pharmacist than the
one they perform as a check on
medications management and use.
Intervening to stop medication
errors, ensuring compliance and
identifying the potential for
adverse drug interactions has a
significant impact on the health of
That’s something, as
pharmacists, that we understand
only too well.
These clinical interventions
deliver substantial return on
investment for government,
helping to balance a budget that is
stretched to capacity given the
prevailing economic climate.
This was quantified with the
release of ...
The above snippet is the first part of an article sent to subscribers in Pharmacy Daily's issue from 23 Apr 12
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