AMA fears about fragmentation of care could do damage: PSA

doctor and pharmacist armwrestle
The AMA’s fears that extending the scope of pharmacy professional services would result in ‘fragmentation of patient care’ is unfounded, says PSA national president Grant Kardachi – and airing their concerns could do more harm than good. Kardachi told the AJP that the doctors could inadvertently cause unwarranted concerns for consumers seeking to improve their

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