We have been fortunate enough to work with the independent community industry for over 10 years now and we see the struggles you face, every day. In an effort to simplify your life, and continue our advocacy for the industry, we will be compiling and creating dedicated resources, just for you. 


Diabetes care and education specialists are an essential part of any diabetes health care team. Diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) services empower people with diabetes to reach their daily and lifetime goals for living well with diabetes. Find out how your pharmacy can offer a lifestyle change program to help prevent Type 2 diabetes in your patients.


PBMs are the single biggest influence on the soaring price of prescriptions. Originally intended to process claims on behalf of clients, PBMs profit at every stage of the supply chain from drug maker to patient.  They are often called the “invisible middleman” because they are hidden between the patient’s insurance company, who the PBM works for, and the pharmacy, who the PBM reimburses for dispensing the prescription.


The pharmacy industry is changing dramatically. Many pharmacies are focused on just filling prescriptions. This might be ideal for patients who just want convenient access to medications. Yet, some patients require more care, more answers, and more time from their pharmacy staff. If you are interested in expanding your clinical service offerings, click the button below to learn about one way you can do so.


Pharmacists play a crucial role in reducing the risk for heart disease and stroke in the United States. Use these resources and tools provided by the CDC to help improve patient care. Public health professionals can learn about effective strategies to partner with pharmacists.


Want to offer immunizations in your pharamcy, or expand on your immunization offerings, but not sure where to start? Check out the IAC and access the latest recommendations, information, and up-to-date resources on a variety of vaccines.


A large number of insurance companies have been pushing their members to switch to a mail order program for the past several years. However there are numerous risks associated with mail order prescriptions. Click the button below and use the information to help educate your community and patients about the dangers of mail order prescriptions.