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AMA statement on pharmacists is arrogant, self-centered, and out of touch

This blog was co-written by Lee Vermeulen, B.S.Pharm., M.S., FCCP, FFIP, Executive Vice President and CEO of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.

Everybody knows that bullies don’t care about what’s in the best interest of anyone else around them, they are simply focused on their own insecurities and self-interests.


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(March 1, 2024 – Washington, D.C.) As the Change Healthcare outage is now in its second week, the pharmacy community continues to be challenged and frustrated by the significant impact this has on pharmacies, pharmacy teams, and patients—from both an access to care and an economic perspective. Pharmacies are struggling or—in some cases—unable to process prescription claims, some have not received e-prescriptions for a full week, and many cannot process manufacturer patient assistance copay cards, which patients rely on.


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FDA released a safety alert February 21 warning patients about the dangers of smartwatches or smart rings that claim to gauge blood glucose levels without requiring the user to pierce their skin.