by Nakul Pasricha Renowned as the “pharmacy of the world”, India is one of the world’s leading providers of affordable, innovative and life-saving medicines. During the COVID pandemic, we have once again emerged as one of the manufacturers of essential pharmaceuticals serving global patient care, effectively delivering essential medicines andRead More →

Vishav Bharti Tribune press service Chandigarh, November 27 Over 3,200 regular positions in various categories, including doctors and nurses, have been vacant in the Department of Health for several years. To put this in perspective, consider this: Thousands of unemployed and contract workers have long protested, demanding regular jobs. AccordingRead More →

The Forsyth County Public Health Department began distributing the anti-overdose drug Naloxone upon receipt, in response to the growing number of opioid overdoses locally and nationally. “There are no questions asked. If people need more than one, they can get more than one, ”said Amanda Clark, health and addictions educatorRead More →

In addition to the academic lessons needed to become a pharmacist, hands-on research experience can help students acquire essential practices and skills to be an effective, patient-centered healthcare professional. My dream of becoming a pharmacist came true when I received my acceptance letter from California Northstate University. After receiving thisRead More →

A specialized international pharmaceutical group, Essential pharma announced the completion of two transactions with another British company Rosemont Pharmaceuticals. The company completed the divestiture of its oral fluids portfolio to Rosemont and acquired a series of attractive niche products with “potential for geographic expansion”. Commenting on the announcement, Essential PharmaRead More →

Pharmaceutical companies have rushed to produce drugs and vaccines to counter the coronavirus pandemic, but until recently, only vaccines have been successful in protecting large numbers of people. In the summer of 2020, hopes were placed on drugs like hydroxychloroquine, until trials finally showed that it was largely ineffective againstRead More →

Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) held its first virtual precision medicine conference on November 5-6. A collaboration between the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of HMC and the National Center for Cancer Research and Care, the theme of the educational event focused on “Precision Medicine in Oncology”. The conference wasRead More →

Following persistent and widespread pressure on the workforce, community pharmacists overwhelmingly voted to stop providing drugs in compliance aids such as drug trays for new patients to from 1st December 2021. At a meeting of contract dispensing pharmacists last week, 97% voted to shut down the medication adherence service toRead More →

SAN FRANCISCO, 22 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – InsightRX, which provides a cloud-based precision assay platform to help guide treatment decisions, today announced that Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) has implemented its Precision assay platform for tailoring the dosage of certain chemotherapy drugs and immunosuppressants used in theRead More →

You are the: November 19, 2021 New research from the Monash Addiction Research Center and the Burnet Institute shows that making the opioid overdose antidote, naloxone, easily accessible and available free of charge to people who are prescribed opioids in Australia would be cost effective and save hundreds of livesRead More →

Respondents included dietitians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physiotherapists and physicians. Research results show that many doctors and other clinicians are precluded from helping patients make these changes. A survey of 1,286 practitioners shows that 55% reported receiving no reimbursement for lifestyle medicine practices, while 27% reported some reimbursement and 18%Read More →

BRONZEVILLE – Residents of Bronzeville had a chance on Tuesday to give their opinion on a planned outpatient clinic project for the neighborhood, with some urging Northwestern Medicine to ensure there is mental health support and ample parking available. This was the second community meeting hosted by Northwestern Medicine andRead More →

Before global private equity firm HIG Capital bought a large Massachusetts mental health care provider through a subsidiary, its due diligence revealed warning signs that something fishy was going on. . There were “documentation problems” and “poor quality of supervision”. This did not deter HIG, which had around $ 21Read More →

Dublin Children’s Hospitals are canceling upcoming appointments due to overcrowding in emergency departments. Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) in Crumlin, Tallaght and Temple Street told Dublin Live they were canceling some elective elective inpatient and daytime procedures this week due to overcrowding in emergency departments. Ms Eilísh Hardiman, Executive Director ofRead More →

However, there is a huge gap between what can be considered “good” data, which is complete, instantly available, and structured for use by enterprise-grade applications, and “bad” data, which is incomplete data. , inaccurate, duplicated or siled. sets, from legacy systems. Poor data quality costs businesses an average of $Read More →

HOSPITAL MATER in Dublin is limiting its activities to essential services from tonight due to the impact of the ‘last wave’ of Covid-19. Outpatient appointments and elective surgeries at Mater Misericordiae University Hospital “will be reduced to essential services until further notice,” the hospital confirmed this evening. The Mater hasRead More →

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom’s brief absence from the public spotlight this month has led to wild speculation about the reasons for his low profile. But his explanation on Tuesday that he wanted to spend Halloween with his four young children sparked a more in-depth conversation about the difficult work-lifeRead More →

The editors are looking at these public health issues. Los Angeles Times: Is the United States Ready for the Next Hospital Crisis? The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed devastating cracks in the foundations of healthcare in the United States. Hospitals were unprepared for huge staffing issues, resulting from burnout and absencesRead More →

The Indian Drug Manufacturers Association (IDMA) called on Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya to allow the storage of essential drugs for COVID-19 and other diseases that would help save the lives of patients. In a letter to Mandaviya recently, IDMA urged to consider stockpiling new drugs that are pending approvalRead More →

BLUEFIELD, WV (WVNS) – State officials visited the Mercer County Department of Health after mistakenly administering the wrong dose for a Moderna COVID-19 booster. Administrator Roger Topping, said the health department had missed information requiring booster shots for the Moderna vaccine to be given in half doses and instead ofRead More →

Chief Pharmacists and Senior Clinical Pharmacists have been appointed to the seven NHS Genomic Medicine Service Alliances (GMSA) in England. Chief Pharmacists will work part-time in their NHS GMSA positions, while Chief Pharmacists, which are 8B or 8C Band positions, will mostly be full-time positions. The Chief Pharmacists are: AlisonRead More →

The Department of Justice has filed a False Claims Act complaint against Professional Compounding Centers of America Inc. (PCCA), a Houston-based company that sells active pharmaceutical ingredients and other products and services to compounding pharmacies . The complaint alleges that the PCCA reported fraudulent and inflated Average Wholesale Prices (AWP)Read More →

HE the Minister of Public Health, Dr Hanan Mohamed Al Kuwari, inaugurated a set of new services in the field of nuclear medicine at the Department of Clinical Imaging of the National Center for Cancer Research and Care of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC). The new services reflect HMC’s commitment toRead More →

Through Daily news staff | to 06 November 2021 Submitted by the Mid-Michigan District Health Department STANTON – The Mid-Michigan District Health Department (MMDHD) is now scheduling Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination appointments for children ages 5 to 11 after Tuesday’s announcement that the Food and Drug Administration granted an authorization forRead More →

A Utah County man who prosecutors say has been illegally practicing medicine in his basement for perhaps six years, including giving injections with syringes and intravenous needles, now faces multiple charges criminal. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SPANISH FORK – A Utah County man accused ofRead More →

CHARLESTON, Va. (WV News) – The Mercer County health department has temporarily halted administration of the COVID-19 vaccine after a recent dosing error, state officials confirmed on Friday. State health worker Dr Ayne Amjad explained at Governor Jim Justice’s COVID press conference on Friday that the Department of Health hadRead More →

Doctors use pharmacogenomics to impact patients with all kinds of conditions. A new study by researchers at Touro College of Pharmacy, led by Dr Zvi Loewy, has shown that doctors can successfully tailor the type and dose of pain relievers to individual patients by testing their genetic profile, a knownRead More →

(The Center Square) – The Tennessee Corrections Department on Thursday called for a budget increase of nearly $ 60 million during its budget hearing with Gov. Bill Lee and his advisers. The largest demand was $ 15.9 million for correctional officer compensation and an increase in starting salary from $Read More →

Written by Bill Fisher Community and business Posted: 04 November 2021 NC MedAssist and Humana are offering a FREE gift of over-the-counter drugs, a chance to stock your medicine cabinet at no cost. You can get free over-the-counter medications such as cold, cough, flu medications, pain relievers, vitamins, children’s medications,Read More →

A service for hospital pharmacy services, specializing in pharmaceutical products Its objective is to avoid unnecessary trips to hospitals to collect drugs. LOGISTA Pharma has launched a drug delivery initiative from hospital pharmacy services in patients’ homes. In this way, patients have access to their medications by avoiding unnecessary tripsRead More →

COLUMBIA, Missouri (KMIZ.) The Missouri Department of Health and Seniors’ Services adopted the CDC recommendation for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children on Wednesday. According to the CDC, starting November 8, children between the ages of 5 and 11 are eligible for a low-dose Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination. Experts say the vaccine forRead More →

Michigan medical professors and staff can earn up to $ 1,500 for referring family, friends, neighbors, and acquaintances to qualifying high-demand jobs under the referral program. employees for positions in the field of health. The referral program, launched in April 2021, helps increase the number of applicants for specific highRead More →

Criminal drug networks are flooding the United States with deadly fake pills. These networks mass produce fake pills and falsely market them as legitimate prescription pills to deceive the public. Counterfeit pills are easy to buy and widely available, according to the US Department of Justice-Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). FakeRead More →

All vaccination centers will be closed today, as the HSE is updating its Covid-19 information system. It came as HSE chief executive Paul Reid said thousands continued to come forward for a coronavirus vaccine. In a statement released today, the HSE said the “essential” update to the Covax system “willRead More →

Samya Kullab and Bram Janssen, The Associated Press Posted on Monday, November 1, 2021 at 6:11 a.m. EDT KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – The Taliban-appointed supervisor of a small district hospital outside the Afghan capital has big plans for the location – much to the dismay of the doctors working there.Read More →

Pullman PD collected 339 pounds of drugs in 2020; flushing medicine harms fish, wildlife EMMA LED BEST The Pullman Police Department’s medication disposal bin is located in the ward lobby and is accessible 24 hours a day. Improper disposal of prescription drugs can harm people and waterways – which isRead More →

Hippocrates’ famous decree, “Do no harm first,” is medicine’s most enduring mantra. It is therefore a tragic irony that while health workers constantly strive to cure sick patients, greenhouse gas emissions from health care endanger the lives of billions of people. The statistics are alarming. The NHS greenhouse gas emissionsRead More →