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  • Disruptive Innovations
    Alasdair Trotter, a principal at Innosight, explains disruptive innovations and how companies such as Walgreens, CVS, and others are using it to drive revenues.
  • From outsourcing to in-sourcing
    David Webster, associate director of pharmacy operations, University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), explains URMC’s decision to transition to in-sourced IV compounding.
  • Using social media responsibly
    Jessica Skelley, PharmD, BCACP, Samford University, discusses the pitfalls pharmacies should avoid while using social media.
  • Protecting your pharmacy against data breaches
    Chad Leedy, director of retail compliance for ANXeBusiness, discusses what pharmacies need to do to avoid data breaches like those experienced by Target and Home Depot.
  • Twenty years of improving women's health
    The FDA’s Office of Women’s Health recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. Marsha Henderson, assistant commissioner, Office of Women’s Health, discusses the agency’s priorities.
  • Connecting digitally with customers
    Dave McKenzie, president of RxWiki, explains how pharmacies can use his company's services to provide news and medical information to customers.
  • Better care at lower cost
    That's the objective of many healthcare providers. Brian Isetts, a pharmacy professor at the University of Minnesota and a former policy fellow at CMS, addressed the topic at the PPSI Annual Breakfast Meeting in Orlando.
  • Capitalizing on the nutrition niche
    Partly fueled by television and the Internet, the demand for nutritional products and supplements is growing. Jennifer Hughes, PharmD, Greenwood Compounding Pharmacy, says pharmacies should be looking to this segment to increase profits.
  • Using Google Glass in the pharmacy
    Barry Bryant is owner of Barney's Pharmacy in Augusta, Ga. He and his clinical pharmacy educator, Jake Galdo, discuss some of the ways this new technology can be used in the pharmacy.
  • Survival Spanish for pharmacists
    Myelita Melton is CEO of SpeakEasy Communications. With the ever-increasing Spanish-speaking population in the United States, Melton says either your pharmacy will find a way to better accommodate this group or your competitors will.
  • New Drug Topics iPad App Demo
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  • Using inventory software to streamline supply chains
    Dallas Moore, regional director of pharmacy services, Intermountain Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, discusses how his employer uses Aesynt software to manage inventory.
  • How independents can reach customers through websites and social media
    Most customers want to sample your pharmacy before they ever step foot into it. So if you don't have an online presence you are losing business. Liz Tiefenthaler, president of Pharm Fresh Media, discusses how pharmacies should be using websites and social media to reach customers.
  • Fighting for provider status
    Gerald Meyer, president of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), discusses the importance of provider status during an interview at ASHP's Midyear Clinical Meeting in Orlando, Fla.
  • Reducing stress in the pharmacy
    Every job has some level of stress. Pharmacy is no different. Joy Baldridge, CPC, CSC, a self-management expert, shares physical and mental exercises that pharmacists can use to reduce stress.

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