What do you mean “Fix the Glitch”? The title of our 5/13/2018 blog post had a lot of people scratching their heads. What exactly does it mean? The Value Pharmacists’ “Fix the Glitch” post announced that the Colorado legislature passed
Colorado House Bill 2018-1313 has passed the legislature. After final enactment and rules promulgation, pharmacists will be prescribers, under certain circumstances, in Colorado. Hear testimony in support of CO HB18-1313 (begins at ~9.5 minutes and lasts over 20 minutes).
Many of you have been requesting an update on prescriber status of pharmacists in Colorado since our blog post “Pharmacist Prescribing in Colorado – Analysis and Status” in which we asked: Could it be that all the reports in the
Lucas Smith, Pharm.D., has been an active presence in Colorado pharmacy for several years. We met him, and worked together on student memberships in the Colorado Pharmacists Society, when he served as NCPA student chapter president at the University of Colorado
We’re predicting there will be changes in the near future and will be updating the status on “pharmacist prescribing in Colorado” as events warrant. (from our email series on Pharmacist Prescribing in Colorado) June 2018 What do you mean “Fix
Susan Mead, Pharm.D., Director of The Apothecary at the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy, manages the university’s pharmacies in Boulder, Colorado including the Wardenburg Health Center Apothecary and the Boulder Health Center Pharmacy. Her pharmacies serve primarily CU students, staff
You’ve no doubt heard Do what you love, the money will follow. Are you in love with serving your patients? How often are you fulfilled by doing what you love? Perhaps you find yourself pursuing compensation? Or, are you bogged down
I’m in a quandary today. I found myself wondering how California pharmacies are promoting and announcing their new opportunities to be paid pharmacy services fees starting as early as January 2017. I have a great sense of direction when cycling, knowing which road to take
Two colleagues who’d read my blog post summarizing the recently passed legislation recognizing collaborative practice agreements in the Colorado Pharmacy Practice Act were interested in seeing how the actual language in the bill compared to their state’s pharmacy practice act.
Some of you might answer “of course pharmacists can prescribe!” Others might say “I don’t think so” or “I really don’t know.” What exactly does prescriptive authority mean? Do pharmacists in most states already have that authority? Well it depends