In-services are held monthly at the pharmacy in Eugene and provide 1 hour of credit each; we are in North Bend and Roseburg quarterly for 3 hours of credit each; and in Bend in the summer awarding 4 hours of credit each.

There is no charge for our in-services and each location provides a minimum of 12 hours of state approved continuing education credit.

For more information, contact BHS Pharmacy.
Phone: (541) 868-1490x209

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Global Insurance Leader AXA Acquires Maestro Health

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Maestro Health, a leading all-in employee health and benefits company, today announced it has taken a major step forward in its strategy to make health and benefits people-friendly again. Maestro Health will join forces with AXA Group and continue to empower people in the U.S. and abroad to live better lives. Together, they will […]


Oregon health insurers seek significant rate hikes

By Elizabeth Hayes, Portland Business Journal Oregon health insurers are asking to raise rates by double digits in the individual market next year. The requests come amid an uncertain environment where the federal government may dismantle the Affordable Care Act. Providence Health Plan, which has by far the most members in the individual market at 103,000, […]

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Special visitors spread holiday cheer at OHSU

By Tracy Brawley Portland Trailblazers, Portland Winterhawks, Healing Hunter Foundation and many more bring holiday spirit to young patients, families unable to leave the hospital. As Perry Como once sang, “There’s no place like home for the holidays.” For many young patients and families across Oregon and Southwest Washington, home is not a possibility this […]

Pharmacy Board Bans Designer Drugs In Oregon

by Kristian Foden-Vencil Think of heroin as a molecule. Then imagine adding a few extra atoms. It still has the same physical effect, but technically, it’s no longer heroin and therefore it’s legal. Marc Watt, the executive director of the Oregon Board of Pharmacy, said that’s what’s happening with synthetic opioids and synthetic fentanyl. “These […]

Oregon health centers to receive $2.5M in federal grants

Thirty health centers in Oregon will receive federal government awards totaling nearly $2.5 million. The money, from the Health and Human Services Department, aims to help the groups "expand current quality improvement systems and infrastructure and to improve primary care service delivery in the communities they serve." The Oregon recipients come from throughout the state. […]

Oregon Joins Largest-Ever Initiative to Improve Primary Care in America

By Diane Lund-Muzikant Oregon has joined 13 other regions to participate in a new nation-wide primary care model, Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+). Eligible practices may apply between August 1 and September 15 to participate. According to a press release issued earlier today by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, CPC+ is a five-year […]

Kaiser Permanente Publishes Physician Reviews online

Kaiser Permanente Northwest will be publishing online patient ratings of its more than 1,300 physicians, making it the first Oregon physician group, and one of only a few providers nationwide, to share the information with consumers. The medical group’s new site, Kaiser Permanente Real Reviews, can be found at Kaiser said in an announcement […]

Health Insurers Struggle to Offset New Costs

By LOUISE RADNOFSKY and ANNA WILDE MATHEWS Insurers have begun to propose big premium increases for coverage next year under the 2010 health law, as some struggle to make money in a market where their costs have soared. The companies also have detailed the challenges in their Affordable Care Act business in a round of […]

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Diabetes link to obesity and lack of exercise

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Too much time spent sitting is associated with an increased risk of developing diabetes, but the effect is primarily seen among those who are also obese or inactive most of the time, a recent Danish study finds. Overall, the study linked sitting for more than 10 hours a day […]


Things to know about GMO mosquito test proposed in Florida

by Jennifer Kay MIAMI (AP) — The spread of the Zika virus in Latin America is giving a boost to a British biotech firm's proposal to deploy a genetically modified mosquito to try to stop transmission of the disease. Oxitec has genetically modified the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which also transmits dengue and chikungunya, so the […]