ASHP Long-Range Vision for the Pharmacy Work Force in Hospitals and Health Systems

January 2014
Best Practices for Hospital & Health-System Pharmacy;2014/2015, p427
Academic Journal
The article discusses the long-term vision for the pharmacy work force in hospitals and health systems by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), a professional association. Topics include health services-related challenges, the functions of pharmacies in hospitals, and the assessment for the achievement of the ASHP's vision. Also mentioned is information on the responsibilities of pharmacists, the proliferation of medications, and credentials of pharmacy technicians.


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