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There's an article over at the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy (AJHP) that caught my attention: What meaningful use means for pharmacy [Commentary] (

I think everyone in healthcare with interest in meaningful use would like to read this. Unfortunately the article requires a subscription for access. This kind of stuff drives me nuts.

I have a subscription, so that's not the problem. The problem is that medical literature should be available to all. Call it open access if you like. Crud, call it whatever you want, but literature shouldn't be shielded behind a wall of money. And to make matters worse AJHP has been adding advertisements like crazy to both their print and electronic editions. Either make me pay for it and get rid of the advertisements, or make it free and keep 'em.

Just my opinion, of course. Mileage may vary.
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Yes, yet another example of what ASHP is interested in is their best interest, not the profession or greater good. The org is a disgrace.
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