Paul Gileno, founder and president of the U.S. Pain Foundation, has collaborated with NACDS in a shared effort to raise awareness about the unintended consequences for patients with chronic pain who are denied access to their medications because of government crackdowns to prevent drug abuse.
...half of all people do not follow their drug instructions, even when that is critical to keeping them alive.
Pharmacists can address the adherence crisis head on.
[pharmacists will be] essential in pandemic influenza responses.
A key theme that emerged from the NACDS Total Store Expo was the importance of advocating for pharmacy. In his opening remarks, NACDS Chairman Randy Edeker, chairman, CEO and president of Hy-Vee, Inc., said that getting involved is “so impactful” because, he said, it shows lawmakers that issues affecting pharmacy are important.
Participant consensus from this year’s NACDS Total Store Expo in Denver August 22-25 is clear: This year’s conference delivered excellent value, with many participants describing it with superlatives.
The NACDS Total Store Expo is the center for collaboration, the center for strong innovation for all of us to really come together and look at what we need to work on, where we need to go.