Pharmacist consulting a patient.

Evolution of the retail pharmacy franchise business

by Debbie Weitzman

We will take a look back at how the retail pharmacy industry has evolved over the last five decades – and look forward to the changes, trends and opportunities that community pharmacists will see in the decades to come.

Four trends impacting pharmacists

by Tom Halterman and Brent Stutz

Experts provide a look at four key trends impacting the role of pharmacists and the expanding need for medication therapy management.

The best of 2019

by Stephanie Pavol

Four important tips for women considering pharmacy ownership

by Julie Wilson

Medicap® Pharmacy owner Natalie Schwartzel realized her dream of opening her own pharmacy. Here, she offers advice for fellow women pharmacists considering pharmacy ownership.

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Two female pharmacists.

Why empowering women pharmacists is good for the future of pharmacy

by Julie Wilson

A Q&A with an industry leader around helping women succeed in the pharmacy profession in honor of #WomenPharmacistDay.

Delivery man with a package and clipboard.

Solutions for three common pharmacy logistics challenges

by Stephanie Pavol

Experts share insights on overcoming the biggest logistical challenges for pharmacies across settings.

Pill capsules.

The impact of pharmacogenomics on patients and providers

by Scott Lust

Your genes may impact your body’s response to medications. Here’s what that means for medication therapy.

Pharmacist talking to two customers.

Key topics from Cardinal Health Retail Business Conference

by Stephanie Pavol

Pharmacy Times talks to pharmacy leaders about key topics impacting independent pharmacists

3 ways to improve U.S. immunization programs

by Laura Mueller

Vaccines are one of the most important and cost-effective tools we have when it comes to controlling and preventing the spread of disease. Yet immunization rates have dropped in the U.S., leading to outbreaks of preventable illnesses. Here’s how we can improve U.S. immunization programs.

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