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Parata Systems and Pharmacy Times Extend Nomination Deadline for 2015 Next-Generation Pharmacist® Awards

PLAINSBORO, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Parata Systems and Pharmacy Times, founding sponsors of the Next-Generation Pharmacist® awards — the industry’s leading national awards program — today extended the nomination deadline for this year’s entries. Nominations for the 2015 Next-Generation Pharmacist awards are now being accepted through April 24 at nextgenerationpharmacist.com.

Now in its sixth year, the annual program recognizes outstanding pharmacists, technicians, student pharmacists and industry advocates. This year’s nomination categories are:

  • Civic Leader
  • Entrepreneur
  • Future Pharmacist
  • Health-System Pharmacist (NEW Category)
  • Lifetime Leadership
  • Military Pharmacist
  • Patient Care Provider
  • Rising Star
  • Specialty Pharmacist
  • Technician
  • Technology Innovator

To view the detailed category descriptions and submit nominations online, visit nextgenerationpharmacist.com. For regular updates, follow Next-Generation Pharmacist on Twitter (@NextGenPharm) and Facebook.

Up to three finalists will be named in each category. These finalists will be featured in the July 2015 issue of Pharmacy Times and on nextgenerationpharmacist.com. One winner will be named the 2015 Next-Generation Pharmacist and be featured on the August 2015 cover of Pharmacy Times. The program culminates in Orlando, Fla., on Thursday, Aug. 6, with an awards gala at Soundstage 33 — right in the heart of Universal Studios Florida®.

Judges for 2015 Next-Generation Pharmacist Program Announced

An independent panel of esteemed judges, chaired by Pharmacy Times editor-in-chief Fred M. Eckel, R.Ph., M.S., will evaluate nominated entries based on adherence to professional standards, experience as it relates to each category and advancement of the profession.

Parata Systems and Pharmacy Times are pleased to announce the following judges:

Douglas Anderson, Cedarville University
Mark Aurit, Gateway Pharmacy
Amy Bachyrycz, University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy and Walgreens Patient Care Center in Albuquerque
Ed Cohen, Walgreens Health Services
Bob Davis, Kennedy Pharmacy Innovation
Kevin Delaney, Pickpoint Corporation
Michelle Earich, The Wellington Group, LLC
Fred Eckel, Pharmacy Times
Stephen Eckel, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Diane Gatchell, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
Colleen Jenkins, St. Luke’s Health System/Outpatient Pharmacy
Gary Keil, Pharmacy Leadership & Education Institute
Bob Lomenick, Tyson Drug Company
Michael Manolakis, Wingate University, School of Pharmacy
Mike McShea, Eli Lilly and Company
Joe Moose, Moose Pharmacy
Lt. Col. Jeffrey J. Neigh, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital
Col. (Ret.) William Pickard, Campbell University, College of Pharmacy and Health Services
Tom Rhoads, HAP Innovations
Leal Sandra, SinfoniaRx
Rebecca Snead, National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations
Dan Steiber, Pharma Consulting, LLC
Sam Stolpe, Pharmacy Quality Alliance
Julienne Tran, Ahold USA
Troy Trygstad, Community Care of North Carolina
Col. Keith Wagner, Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center
Leslie Walthall, Medical Education and Training Campus, Pharmacy Technician Training Program (METC-ID-AS)

About Parata Systems, LLC

Parata provides technology solutions to support coordinated care, better health outcomes and lower medical costs, empowering pharmacists to grow their businesses. Founded in 2001, the Durham, N.C.-based company is a brand trusted by more than 12,000 pharmacies and a growing number of global health care professionals serving diverse patient populations. Our technology has filled more than 2.5 billion prescriptions, helping pharmacists avoid an estimated 15 million medication errors. For more information, visit parata.com, contact us via info@parata.com or 888-PARATA1 (727-2821), or check us out on Facebook or Twitter.

About Pharmacy Times

Pharmacy Times is the industry’s leading publication, providing practical, clinical information pharmacists can use in their everyday practices when counseling patients and interacting with physicians. Each issue contains articles and features covering medication errors, drug interactions, patient education, pharmacy technology, disease state management, patient counseling, product news, pharmacy law and specialty pharmacy. The Pharmacy Times Office of Continuing Professional Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Learn more at www.PharmacyTimes.com, write to info@pharmacytimes.com, call 609-716-7777 or visit us on Facebook and on Twitter. Pharmacy Times is published by Michael J. Hennessy Associates, Inc., a leading provider of health care publications, research, information and education.

Next-Generation Pharmacist is a registered trademark of Parata Systems, LLC.

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Capac Pharmacy bandits captured

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Two men accused of breaking into the Capac Pharmacy were arraigned Tuesday in Port Huron. St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon said Aaron Anewishki, 20, and Santana Williams, 28, both of Detroit, were arraigned by video.

Williams is charged with delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – cocaine, heroin or another narcotic – breaking and entering a building with intent, larceny – $20,000 or more – possession of burglar’s tools, delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – schedules 1, 2 and 3 except marijuana – and fourth-degree fleeing and eluding. He is being held at the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center on a $150,000 cash/surety bond.

Anewishki is charged with delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – cocaine, heroin or another narcotic – breaking and entering a building with intent, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering a building with intent, larceny – $20,000 or more – possession of burglar’s tools and delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – schedules 1, 2 and 3 except marijuana. He is also lodged at the IDC on a $100,000 cash/surety bond.

Williams and Anewishki will be back in court for a probable cause hearing on April 14 at 9 a.m. in the 72nd District Court in Port Huron.

The Capac Pharmacy was broken into for a third time on March 29, according to Donnellon. The two men are also believed to have been responsible for the two previous break-ins at the Capac Pharmacy. Those break-ins occurred on Sept. 23 and Oct. 14 of last year. The sheriff received an alarm at the Capac Pharmacy on North Main Street at about 2:40 a.m. At about the same time, a citizen called in, saying the building was being broken into. He gave a description of two people in hoodies, who got into a white sedan that left southbound on Capac Road. Deputies and detectives from the sheriff’s office went to the pharmacy to begin the investigation. A sheriff’s office patrol unit got on Interstate 69 and waited near Allen Road. Shortly after 3 a.m., a vehicle matching the description given went past the patrol car eastbound. The deputies attempted to stop the vehicle, which took off at a high rate of speed. Deputies pursued the vehicle on I-69 to 24th Street, to Lapeer Road, then onto M-146 and onto westbound Interstate 94. Marysville Police, U.S. Border Patrol, Macomb County Sheriff’s Office and Chesterfield Township Police helped the deputies in the pursuit.

As it continued, Chesterfield Township Police were requested to deploy stop sticks in an attempt to end the chase. The stop sticks were successfully deployed in the area of I-94 and 23 Mile Road. Deputies from the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Border Patrol were able to finally get the vehicle stopped shortly after the suspect vehicle went over the stop sticks. They were taken into custody without incident at about 3:30 a.m. No injuries were reported. The incident remains under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau.


Two men accused of breaking into the Capac Pharmacy were arraigned Tuesday in Port Huron. St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon said Aaron Anewishki, 20, and Santana Williams, 28, both of Detroit, were arraigned by video.

Williams is charged with delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – cocaine, heroin or another narcotic – breaking and entering a building with intent, larceny – $20,000 or more – possession of burglar’s tools, delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – schedules 1, 2 and 3 except marijuana – and fourth-degree fleeing and eluding. He is being held at the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center on a $150,000 cash/surety bond.

Anewishki is charged with delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – cocaine, heroin or another narcotic – breaking and entering a building with intent, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering a building with intent, larceny – $20,000 or more – possession of burglar’s tools and delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance – schedules 1, 2 and 3 except marijuana. He is also lodged at the IDC on a $100,000 cash/surety bond.

Williams and Anewishki will be back in court for a probable cause hearing on April 14 at 9 a.m. in the 72nd District Court in Port Huron.

The Capac Pharmacy was broken into for a third time on March 29, according to Donnellon. The two men are also believed to have been responsible for the two previous break-ins at the Capac Pharmacy. Those break-ins occurred on Sept. 23 and Oct. 14 of last year. The sheriff received an alarm at the Capac Pharmacy on North Main Street at about 2:40 a.m. At about the same time, a citizen called in, saying the building was being broken into. He gave a description of two people in hoodies, who got into a white sedan that left southbound on Capac Road. Deputies and detectives from the sheriff’s office went to the pharmacy to begin the investigation. A sheriff’s office patrol unit got on Interstate 69 and waited near Allen Road. Shortly after 3 a.m., a vehicle matching the description given went past the patrol car eastbound. The deputies attempted to stop the vehicle, which took off at a high rate of speed. Deputies pursued the vehicle on I-69 to 24th Street, to Lapeer Road, then onto M-146 and onto westbound Interstate 94. Marysville Police, U.S. Border Patrol, Macomb County Sheriff’s Office and Chesterfield Township Police helped the deputies in the pursuit.

As it continued, Chesterfield Township Police were requested to deploy stop sticks in an attempt to end the chase. The stop sticks were successfully deployed in the area of I-94 and 23 Mile Road. Deputies from the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Border Patrol were able to finally get the vehicle stopped shortly after the suspect vehicle went over the stop sticks. They were taken into custody without incident at about 3:30 a.m. No injuries were reported. The incident remains under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau.










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Pharmacy ordered shut for stocking controlled drugs

A pharmacy in a northern emirate has been ordered shut for flouting the rules and regulations.

A pharmacy in a northern emirate has been ordered shut for flouting the rules and regulations governing pharmaceutical licensing in the country, a top official of the Ministry of Health (MoH) has revealed. The pharmacy had a large stock of controlled medicines.

Dr Amin Hussain Al Amiri, Assistant Undersecretary for Public Health Policy and Licensing, said violations were spotted during a routine inspection of controlled medicines in the northern emirate by the MoH’s inspectors.

“It is apparent that such quantities (of controlled drugs) were not meant to be sold to the public. They were planning on wholesaling the drugs, an act which is against the law, since wholesaling can be done only by local authorised dealers,” said Dr Al Amiri.

Accounting discrepancies were also noted at the pharmacy. Dr Al Amiri said the pharmacy failed to maintain a daily record of the prescriptions submitted. Dr Al Amiri said some prescriptions were forged. For instance, Broncholar, Lyrica, and Lagaflex were sold on basis of a prescription purportedly issued by a well-known cosmetic surgeon. When questioned, however, the surgeon said he did not issue the said prescription.

The licensing committee took the decision to shut down the pharmacy after questioning each pharmacist separately.

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