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Starting January 1, the No Surprises Act will make surprise out-of-network billing illegal across the U.S. In a MedPage Today op-ed, Erin Trish and Loren Adler of Schaeffer Center explain how the new law will benefit patients, employers, and consumers.
Meet Evans Pope III, first-year PharmD student and co-founder of an early-stage startup, PrescribeDTX. Here, the Nashville, Tennessee native shares how he became interested in pharmacy, his experience moving to Los Angeles, and his aspirations for his career and the future of pharmacy.
Meet fourth-year PharmD student Brooke Pigneri, who recently received the 2021 Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award from the U.S. Public Health Service in recognition of her role in developing naloxoneSC, a program that provides naloxone – a lifesaving medication for someone experiencing an opioid overdose—to anyone in need at USC.
In keeping with its tradition of launching groundbreaking degree programs, the School of Pharmacy has introduced new interdisciplinary options for undergraduates interested in careers in the health professions, biotechnology and beyond.
To stem the tide of substance and alcohol use disorders, the USC School of Pharmacy is a key partner in the newly established USC Institute for Addiction Science (IAS), the nation’s first university-wide, comprehensive, transdisciplinary addiction institute. IAS brings together 77 faculty from nine colleges and schools, including medicine, social work, psychology, communication, public policy and engineering, in addition to pharmacy.