Richie’s Specialty Pharmacy, LLC Funds Educational Grant Focused on Topical Therapy for Oral Infective and Inflammatory Lesions

Richie’s has worked for years to provide a proactive leadership role in Texas and nationally to educate individuals and entities about the provision of appropriate quality evidence-based pharmaceutical compounding services.

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Conroe, TX (PRWEB) December 06, 2013

Richie’s Specialty Pharmacy, LLC (“Richie’s”) is committed to providing educational grant support for CME accredited webinars focused primarily on appropriate quality pharmacy compounding services. Many of these webinars are sponsored by The Institute for Medical Education (“IME”).

The most recent of these CME programs is titled, “Topical Therapy for Oral Infective and Inflammatory Lesions” and can be found on The Institute for Medical Education website http://www.ime-cme.com, which lists upcoming CME dates and other useful information. This accredited CME program is approved for a maximum of one (1) credit and is free of charge to the attendee.

Richie’s has worked for years to provide a proactive leadership role in Texas and nationally to educate individuals and entities about the provision of appropriate quality evidence-based pharmaceutical compounding services.

Richie Ray, Pharmacist and President/CEO of Richie’s says, "It is imperative that pharmacies take a proactive stance in educating healthcare providers, insurance carriers, plan sponsors, legislators, regulators, and patients about what appropriate quality evidence-based compounding services should look like and how they can best serve the public safely. Working with the Institute for Medical Education and its staff is one step toward that goal.”

About Richie’s Specialty Pharmacy, LLC: Richie’s Specialty Pharmacy, LLC is a PCAB-Accredited Compounding Pharmacy serving the needs of patients all across the state of Texas. For more information about Richie’s, please visit http://www.richies.com. For more information about the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB), please visit http://www.pcab.org.


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