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So You Want to Be a Small Town Pharmacist?

by Jennifer Bradford on August 10, 2009

If you want to be a small town pharmacist, there are a few things you must realize. First, you must be a people person, as there will be lots of personal interaction required of you. Second, you need to be willing to give limited medical advice. Finally, you need to be prepared for what the new environment will mean for your down time as well. Be sure to take all of these things into consideration before accepting a position at a small town pharmacy.


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Current Issues in Pharmacy Management

by Jennifer Bradford on May 18, 2009

Pharmacy managers need to deal with a variety of issues, including rising prescription costs and the danger of drug interactions.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was finally a conclusive way for you to make sure that your patients didn’t experience adverse drug interactions? What about finally being able to curb the cost of care for nursing home patients without compromising the quality of the care they were receiving? Believe it or not, pharmacy management groups deal with these issues on an ongoing basis but as costs rise and more people rely on medication, it becomes an issue of interest. [click to continue…]



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