PITTSBURGH -- The University of Pittsburgh‘s School of Pharmacy plans to develop its medication therapy management training -- developed in conjunction with Rite Aid, Camp Hill, Pa. -- putting it online and making it available to pharmacists across Pennsylvania, according to a report in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review yesterday. The university has been training Rite Aid pharmacists to meet with patients one-on-one to examine their drug regimens since 2005. Participating stores currently have ...

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