By: Katie J. Parker, PharmacyWeek Communications Manager and Editor If you've never Googled yourself, before you even turn in your next resume might be the right time. A few weeks ago, I was at a mutual friend's house who asked to add me on Facebook. I said of course, but since we were already at…

Click Here to View Issue 4 Want a FREE Subscription to PharmacyWeek and PharmacyThisWeek Newsletter? Click Here! A Letter From Kevin Would you take a pay cut if it meant the economy could improve faster? Welcome to PharmacyWeek's Blog, Would you take a pay cut if it meant the economy could improve faster? Especially if…

Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that while the economy is likely to recover, it’s unlikely that most employees’ pay will. According to the Labor Department, between 2007 and 2009, more than half the full-time workers who lost jobs that they had held for at least three years and then found new full-time work by…

Pharmacy OneSource Announces Free Webinar on Hospital Drug Spending Management by Pharmacy OneSource Published: 1/17/2011 Analyzing cost benefits and value of clinical pharmacy departments Bellevue, WA – Pharmacy OneSource, software-as-a-service provider of Quantifi, a web-based clinical documentation and reporting tool, is pleased to announce a complimentary webinar presented by Michael R McDaniel, RPh, MBA, FASHP,…

Do you have a question about your pharmacy career? PharmacyWeek is here to help! Each week PharmacyWeekBlog.com will be answering your career questions! Just email katie@pharmacyweek.com or post a comment below and we will get back to you ASAP! Dear PharmacyWeek, I live in Texas and I am 24. I have been in the pharmacy…

According to a recent article in The Salt Lake City Tribune, the Utah Controlled Substances Act and Pharmacy Practice Act prohibits "knowingly dispensing a prescription drug to anyone 'attempting to obtain [it] by fraud or misrepresentation'. Violators can be charged with a third-degree felony." However, there is no law in Utah requiring pharmacies to report fraud. This has…

Want to monitor your heart rate with your phone? Or perhaps look up drug interactions? Or track you or your patients' diabetes? Great news: There are several mobile phone applications (and devices) that can help you do all of these things (and more)! Here are a few of PharmacyWeek's Suggestions: 1. AliveCor iPhonECG (Expected Release Date:…

Click Here to View Issue # 3 Want a FREE Subscription to PharmacyWeek and PharmacyThisWeek Newsletter? Click Here! A Letter From Kevin Will Non-Retiring Baby Boomers Become Bad News for Younger Pharmacists? Welcome to PharmacyWeek's Blog, Last week I cited that 2011 marks the first year Baby Boomers begin to turn age 65 and become…