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The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™

The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™

Author: Mike Koelzer, Pharmacist

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An In-Depth, Candid Conversation with Pharmacy Business Leaders
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In this discussion, Alex Natskovich, CEO and Founder of MEV, explores how his company builds complex software systems for life sciences and the pharmacy space. He identifies the ability of technology to solve business problems by integrating different systems to improve efficiency and client engagement. Natskovich highlights how AI is making strides in businesses including better generation of copy and aiding communication. He also discusses issues around AI including misinformation and data management in the era of deepfakes and blockchain technology. Furthermore, he throws light on the future of AI and other technologies, visualizing a more seamless and enhanced human experience. https://mev.com/ The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™, hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer presents candid, in-depth conversations with pharmacy industry leaders every 📅 Monday morning.
In this insightful episode, Ankit Jain, co-founder and CEO of Infinitus Systems, discusses the transformative impact of AI on B2B healthcare conversations. He delves into the challenges in healthcare communication, the evolution of AI technologies, and how automation can enhance efficiency and patient care. https://www.infinitus.ai/ 00:12 - Introduction to Ankit Jain and Infinitus Systems 01:47 - The inefficiency of phone calls in healthcare 06:48 - The desire for efficiency in healthcare systems 07:12 - Revenue cycle management in healthcare 11:54 - Future of AI in healthcare communication 17:02 - Ankit Jain’s journey from Google to healthcare innovation 25:30 - The challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship in healthcare 33:26 - AI's potential in improving healthcare processes 42:52 - The impact of language models in healthcare 51:02 - The future of conversational AI in healthcare The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™, hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer presents candid, in-depth conversations with pharmacy industry leaders every 📅 Monday morning.
In this eprisode of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast, sponsored by MatchRx, Mike Rizo, CEO of PharmaCare Services, discusses the contrasts and similarities in pharmacy practices between the United States and Latin America. He delves into various aspects of the pharmacy sector, including the role of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), challenges in medication management, and the impact of technology. https://pharmcareservices.com/en/ 00:12 - Introduction to Mike Rizo 02:30 - US vs. Latin America 05:15 - PBM Role Discussion 08:40 - Healthcare Systems Compared 11:25 - Medication Management 14:50 - Technology in Pharmacy 17:35 - Pharmacist's Role 20:10 - Local Healthcare Contexts 23:45 - Distribution Challenges 27:00 - Final Insights The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™, hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer presents candid, in-depth conversations with pharmacy industry leaders every 📅 Monday morning.
In this insightful episode of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast, we sit down with Alex Evans, a pharmacist turned medical writer, to explore the dynamic world of medical writing in the age of Artificial Intelligence. Evans shares his journey from pharmacy to medical writing and dives deep into how AI tools are reshaping the landscape of medical communications. This week's episode is brought to you by The Phill Box from https://www.ParcelHealth.co. https://www.pharmcompliance.com/ai-medical-writing [00:00:19] - Alex's background in pharmacy and medical writing [00:01:10] - Alex's current location in Japan [00:03:31] - Working remotely in medical writing [00:04:15] - Interacting with editors and deadlines [00:06:49] - First impressions of AI in medical writing [00:09:24] - Addressing fears about AI replacing writers [00:11:37] - The importance of fact-checking AI content [00:14:58] - Skillfully prompting AI for effective results [00:18:08] - Audience-targeted writing with AI [00:20:52] - Cost-effectiveness of AI writing tools The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™, hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer presents candid, in-depth conversations with pharmacy industry leaders every 📅 Monday morning.
The New Face of Pharma: Unveiling the Small Pharma Model and a Unique Franchise System Barry Patel, CEO and co-founder of Galt Companies, joined us for an engaging conversation about entrepreneurship in the pharmaceutical market. Patel discussed how Galt Companies, which includes Galt Pharmaceuticals and Galt Franchise Systems, is altering the conventional Big Pharma model by enhancing smaller pharmacies' potential. The discussion highlighted the innovative approach Galt Companies has adopted to secure existing medicines from the '70s through '90s and reintroduce them to the market, including a franchisee model allowing local entrepreneurs to own and operate mini-pharma companies in their areas. The talk also delved into the unique challenges and prospects the model offers, as well as insights into the pharmaceutical industry's regulatory landscape and Galt's future vision. 00:00 Introduction and Background of Barry Patel 00:36 Understanding the Business Model of Galt Companies 01:08 The Strategy Behind Reviving Old Pharmaceutical Products 01:44 The Role of Brand Recognition in the Pharmaceutical Industry 02:59 The Challenges and Opportunities in Manufacturing and Distribution 04:35 The Process of Identifying Potential Products for Revival 06:14 Understanding the Market Dynamics and Competition 08:05 The Future of the Pharmaceutical Industry and Galt Companies 12:06 The Role of PBMs and the Impact on the Pharmaceutical Industry 22:54 Exploring the Franchise Model in the Pharmaceutical Industry 23:15 Understanding the Franchise Model 24:14 The Role of Sales Representatives 25:00 Who are the Franchisees? 30:05 Overcoming the Salesperson Stigma 38:36 The Franchise Model and Liability 42:02 Future Plans and Growth Strategy 46:21 Final Thoughts and Appreciation
Host: Mike Koelzer Guest: Lauren Castle, PharmD, Founder of Functional Medicine Pharmacists Alliance (FMPhA.org) Episode Overview: In this episode, Mike Koelzer hosts Lauren Castle, who shares her inspiring journey of founding the Functional Medicine Pharmacists Alliance. The conversation delves into the challenges and triumphs of creating a new path in the pharmacy field, especially in the emerging area of functional medicine. Key Topics Discussed: Introduction and Background: Lauren Castle introduces herself and explains the mission of the Functional Medicine Pharmacists Alliance. The alliance focuses on advocacy, education, and resources for pharmacists interested in functional medicine. The Genesis of FMPhA: Lauren discusses the lack of resources and support for pharmacists in functional medicine, which led her to create FMPhA. The journey from concept in 2017 to a fully realized professional organization. Challenges and Innovations: Overcoming the skepticism within traditional pharmacy organizations. Embracing technology and social media to build an online community and educational platform. Transition to Online Community: The shift from in-person to online presence, particularly using Facebook as a starting point. The importance of owning their platform to control content and discussions, especially highlighted during the Covid-19 pandemic. Advocacy and Action: The focus on actionable steps for pharmacists to implement functional medicine practices. Challenges in expanding the scope of practice for pharmacists within functional medicine. Future of FMPhA and Personal Reflections: Lauren's vision for the future of FMPhA and its impact on the pharmacy profession. Personal anecdotes and reflections on starting and growing a national organization. Episode Conclusion: Lauren Castle's journey is a testament to innovation and determination in the field of pharmacy. Her experience in founding FMPhA provides valuable insights and inspiration for pharmacists seeking to explore new avenues in their profession.
This episode is brought to you by MatchRX. In this episode, I chat with Russ Hawkins of Agilence about how pharmacies can leverage data analytics for effective loss prevention. Agilence's Role: Highlighting how Agilence's data solutions assist pharmacies in decision-making and operational efficiency. Loss Prevention Challenges: Discussing the various forms of losses in pharmacies, from theft to retail crimes. Internal Threats: Examining how internal staff, with knowledge of system weaknesses, can contribute to losses. Data Analytics Use: Exploring the use of data in mitigating losses and ensuring regulatory compliance. Future Trends: Looking at the future of loss prevention in pharmacies, focusing on AI and predictive analytics. https://www.agilenceinc.com/ The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™, hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer presents candid, in-depth conversations with pharmacy industry leaders every 📅 Monday morning.
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Eugene Chan, a leading figure at the intersection of healthcare and technology. We delve into the profound impacts of artificial intelligence and technological advancements on patient care and the pharmacy sector. Dr. Chan's insights shed light on the future of healthcare, emphasizing the critical role of innovation in driving patient outcomes and revolutionizing pharmacy business strategies. Join us as we explore the transformative influence of technology in the healthcare industry. https://abpro.com/ 00:01:31 - Introduction to Dr. Chan 00:04:20 - Pharmacy's Future 00:08:15 - Technology Impact 00:12:40 - Patient Data 00:15:55 - AI Developments 00:19:30 - Healthcare Trends 00:23:45 - Innovation Challenges 00:28:10 - Collaborative Approaches 00:32:50 - Business Models 00:36:25 - Closing Thoughts The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
In this episode, Mike Koelzer interviews George Lazenby about OrderInsight, a tool revolutionizing pharmacy prescription drug management. https://getorderinsite.com/ OrderInsight Overview [00:00:20] Pharmacy Drug Challenges [00:02:30] Vendor-Wholesaler Dynamics [00:04:22] Inventory and Purchasing [00:07:40] System Integration [00:13:04] Cloud Services Preferences [00:15:14] Pharmacy Independence [00:17:31] George's Vision [00:21:06] Customer Acquisition [00:23:55] Future Directions [00:27:33] The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
This episode is sponsored by MatchRx. Visit them today at MatchRx.com. In this episode of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™, Mike Koelzer hosts LeeAnn and Autumn to discuss ShiftRx, an innovative solution in pharmacy staffing. The conversation delves into the challenges and opportunities in the pharmacy employment landscape, and how ShiftRx is making a difference. ShiftRx.com 00:12 - Introduction to ShiftRx and its mission. 05:30 - The inception story of ShiftRx. 10:45 - Challenges faced in the pharmacy staffing industry. 15:20 - How ShiftRx addresses staffing issues. 20:35 - The impact of ShiftRx on pharmacists' work-life balance. 25:50 - User experiences and testimonials. 30:10 - Future plans and vision for ShiftRx. 35:25 - The role of technology in ShiftRx's model. 40:40 - Discussion on the gig economy in pharmacy. 45:55 - Closing thoughts and takeaways. The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
In this episode, we explore how external pursuits and hobbies can enrich the professional life of pharmacists. Our guest, Jason Chenard, shares insights from his own experiences, demonstrating the positive impact of personal interests outside the pharmacy on professional growth and wellbeing. https://www.layeredleadership.ca/ 00:12 - Introduction to Jason Chenard 02:15 - Misconceptions about Goal Setting in Pharmacy 05:30 - Integrating Hobbies with Professional Life 10:45 - The Impact of Triathlons on Personal and Professional Development 15:20 - Flexibility and Adaptability in Pharmacy 20:00 - Process-Oriented Approach vs. Goal-Oriented Approach 25:35 - The Importance of Work-Life Balance 30:10 - Personal Growth through External Hobbies 35:50 - Advice for Pharmacists on Embracing Hobbies 40:25 - Concluding Thoughts and Takeaways The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
In this enlightening episode of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast, we delve into the intricate world of mergers and acquisitions in the biotech sector with Steve St. Onge, a seasoned expert from Paratech Pharmaceuticals. Steve shares valuable insights into the challenges and strategies of managing a single-product company in a volatile market, exploring the dynamics of both buy-side and sell-side M&As. His journey from a clinical practitioner to a corporate development leader offers a unique perspective on the biotech landscape. https://www.paratekpharma.com/ [00:00:12] - Introduction of Steve St. Onge [00:00:44] - Challenges for single-product companies [00:02:20] - Strategic reasons behind M&As [00:06:49] - Initiation of merger discussions [00:10:21] - Role of relationships in M&A [00:13:12] - Emotional aspects of biotech M&A [00:16:14] - Clinical to corporate transition [00:19:39] - Persistence in M&A success [00:27:18] - Drug development and M&A impact [00:35:19] - PharmD to MBA growth journey ⁠The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™⁠ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
In this episode, host Mike Koelzer talks with Charles Gellman, CEO and co-founder of HiDO Health, about the revolutionary integration of AI in pharmacy and home care. Explore how this technology is transforming patient care and medication management. https://us.hidohealth.com/ [00:00:12] - Introduction to Charles Gellman and HiDO Health [00:05:10] - Evolution of AI in Pharmacy [00:10:22] - Enhancing Home Care with Technology [00:15:30] - Personalizing Medicine through AI [00:20:55] - The Role of AI in Home Care [00:25:17] - Shifting Healthcare from Hospitals to Homes [00:30:42] - Innovations in Medication Management and Safety [00:35:25] - Future Vision: Pharmacy's Transformation through AI [00:40:33] - Addressing Medication Compliance with AI Tools [00:45:46] - Closing Discussion: The Broader Impact on Healthcare The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
Join host Mike Koelzer and Stephanie Varner from Capital Wholesale Drug Company for an engaging discussion on the impact of drug tracking systems in pharmacies. This episode sheds light on the challenges, advantages, and future trends in drug tracking and its influence on pharmacy operations. https://www.capital-drug.com/ 0:12 - Episode Introduction with Stephanie Varner 3:05 - Defining Drug Tracking in Pharmacy 8:20 - Historical Context of Drug Tracking 15:30 - Implementation Challenges 22:45 - Impact on Pharmacy Workflow 28:50 - Regulatory Compliance Insights 34:10 - Technological Solutions 40:55 - Case Studies and Experiences 48:30 - Expert Perspectives 53:15 - Anticipating Future Trends The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
Simplifying workflows and improving collaboration leads to better patient care. In this episode, we speak with Frank Harvey and Andrew Mellin from Surescripts about how their technology bridges communication gaps between pharmacists and other healthcare providers. We discuss innovations like price transparency, prescription quality improvements, and expanded clinical roles that empower pharmacists with the data they need at the point of care. Tune in to hear how Surescripts is connecting pharmacists with the broader care team and unlocking efficiency through better interoperability. https://surescripts.com/ [00:00:15] Introductions [00:01:07] Surescripts network overview [00:02:55] Industry adoption of healthcare IT [00:03:39] Slow areas of adoption [00:05:10] Benefits of digitized records [00:06:18] Players in the Surescripts network [00:07:43] Getting clinical data to pharmacists [00:08:44] Expanding pharmacists' clinical role [00:09:44] Pharmacist shortage and scope expansion [00:10:11] Interoperability vision [00:12:26] Facilitating seamless claims processing [00:13:39] Accessing patient records [00:14:08] Clinical data exchange examples [00:15:59] Evolution of pharmacy practice [00:17:03] Surescripts and prescription payments [00:18:42] Role in claims adjudication [00:20:41] Involvement in billing process [00:21:52] Improving prescription quality [00:23:07] Centralized patient database [00:24:01] Drug shortage database potential [00:25:50] Addressing drug shortages with standards [00:27:05] Providing drug availability info to prescribers [00:28:23] Simplifying prescription instructions [00:29:20] Healthcare interoperability challenges [00:30:08] Prescription abandonment with price transparency [00:32:07] Price transparency at prescribing [00:33:19] Evolution of prescribing complexity [00:35:47] Structuring prescription instructions [00:36:47] Improving prescription quality [00:38:22] Recapturing provider-pharmacist conversations [00:39:23] Adapting to industry changes [00:40:03] Pain points in the job [00:41:54] Choosing priority focus areas [00:43:18] Identifying industry needs and ideas [00:44:27] Embedding in end-user workflows [00:45:53] Closing remarks The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
In this insightful episode of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™, we delve deep into the deceptive practices of Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) within the workers' compensation arena. Our guest, Colleen Shields, CEO of Rescue Meds Pharmacy, sheds light on the often-hidden manipulations of PBMs and their impact on pharmacies and injured workers. Join us as we explore the intricacies of workers' comp, the challenges pharmacies face, and the fight for fairness in the industry. https://rescuemeds.com/ Time Stamps: [00:00:15] Introduction of Colleen Shields and topic overview. [00:01:17] Discussion on PBM practices in workers' comp and their impact on profits. [00:02:30] Overview of the history and purpose of workers' compensation. [00:04:26] The mandate of using Optum PBM in certain states and its implications. [00:08:36] Colleen Shields explains the operations of Rescue Meds Pharmacy. [00:12:09] The risks and challenges in managing large receivables in workers' comp cases. [00:16:00] Insights on business projections and strategy for Rescue Meds Pharmacy. [00:20:24] Addressing the urgent financial needs of patients facing housing insecurity. [00:24:37] Discussion on the strategic location and growth plans of Rescue Meds. [00:30:09] Exploring potential business opportunities in the workers' comp space. [00:34:11] Identifying the bad players in the workers' comp industry. [00:38:27] Personal insights from Colleen Shields on leadership and business management. [00:44:09] The role and expertise of pharmacists in the workers' comp field. [00:47:37] The evolution and challenges faced by pharmacists in the industry. [00:52:56] Closing remarks and contact information for Colleen Shields. The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
Patti Mara, a pharmacy business coach for over 15 years, shares strategies for transforming pharmacy culture through communication, feedback and defining team success. Website: https://pharmacysuccess.com/ [00:00:15] Introductions [00:01:43] Hiring for pharmacy culture [00:04:15] Importance of business and personality [00:05:05] Matching talent to pharmacy roles [00:05:43] Systematizing routine to handle exceptions [00:08:28] The 4 pillars for team success [00:09:38] Why weekly team huddles are critical [00:14:12] Tips for effective huddles [00:16:05] Keeping huddles focused [00:18:02] In-person huddles more impactful [00:18:13] Huddles drive staff empowerment [00:18:41] Team position agreements [00:21:10] Performance feedback strategies [00:24:53] Acknowledging positive contributions [00:27:34] Giving focused corrective feedback [00:29:30] Clarifying pharmacy value proposition [00:32:29] Maintaining core focus [00:35:14] Turning complaints into opportunities [00:38:05] Ensuring consistent experiences [00:40:30] Characteristics of ideal customers [00:42:31] Staying positive through challenges [00:43:35] Wrap up The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
On this episode of the Pharmacy Leaders Podcast, we talk with Sean Duffy, owner of Integrity Pharmacy Consultants, about the current state of pharmacy buying and selling. Sean shares insights on market trends, factors impacting transactions, and key considerations for pharmacy owners looking to buy or sell. https://www.integrity-rx.com/ [00:12] Introducing Sean Duffy [01:03] COVID's impact on transactions [02:58] Pharmacist perspective changes[03:59] Retail pharmacist shortage [05:26] Slowdown in transactions [06:28] Medicaid helping independents [08:25] Buyer/seller age averages [09:48] Managing frustration [14:11] Buyer approach changes [18:18] State ownership regulations [19:15] Staying in state [21:30] Selling low volume [23:08] Minimum to be sellable [25:39] Assessing opportunities [28:15] Lucrative businesses[30:56] Sean Duffy's book [33:02] Using consultants [34:30] Selling only once [35:58] Keeping sale confidential[38:04] Buyer interest compounding [40:06] Selling building first [41:21] Book key points [43:44] Needing financial history [45:46] Reducing expenses [47:34] Expenses impact value[48:21] Customizing for buyer [50:47] Avoidances selling to chain [51:49] Conclusion and thanks The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
In this episode of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast, host Mike Koelzer interviews Dr. Jonathan Baktari, an entrepreneur and physician who founded several successful healthcare businesses. They discuss the mindsets and skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur, especially for those with medical and pharmacy backgrounds. BaktariMD.com Key Points: [00:00:15] Introducing Dr. Jonathan Baktari and overview of discussion topics [00:01:04] Transitioning from medicine into business and healthcare administration [00:02:30] Getting global perspectives of healthcare by working with various stakeholders [00:04:28] Changes in physician practice ownership over the past 20 years [00:06:08] Entrepreneurship requiring specialized skills, not just personality traits [00:09:01] Taking practical steps to learn about a business before launching it [00:10:42] Challenges tech entrepreneurs face without industry experience [00:12:36] Mitigating risks in a thoughtful, step-by-step manner [00:15:10] Advantages of building technology alongside an existing business [00:20:03] Creating a "blue ocean" strategy to make competitors irrelevant [00:24:53] Personality and motivations still important for entrepreneurs [00:27:53] Maintaining integrity and honesty as core leadership principles [00:30:06] Clearly defining your competitive positioning and strategy [00:34:04] Resisting temptation to expand into too many areas [00:35:47] Dependence on early employees before redundancy is built [00:40:09] Achieving true redundancy to enable organizational maturity The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
Lucas Morgan, a partner at Frier Levitt, joins host Mike Koelzer for an in-depth discussion on pharmacy law, working with boards of pharmacy, common issues that pharmacists face, and tips for avoiding trouble. https://www.frierlevitt.com/about/attorneys/lucas-w-morgan/ [00:00:15] Introducing Lucas Morgan [00:01:05] Interacting with pharmacy board inspectors [00:02:56] Mistakes made when dealing directly with boards [00:04:00] Unique pharmacy regulations by state [00:05:51] Emotions involved with board disciplinary actions [00:06:52] The role of intent and negligence [00:08:06] Discretion given to pharmacy boards [00:09:47] Challenging board conclusions [00:11:16] Using boards to determine correct interpretations [00:12:57] Level of formality in board procedures [00:15:10] Obtaining advisory opinions from boards [00:16:29] Requirements for pharmacy operating hours [00:17:59] Limitations of new pharmacy licenses [00:20:13] Temporary pharmacy closures [00:21:05] Saddest disciplinary cases [00:24:11] Power dynamics with licensing boards [00:27:42] Differences between mitigating and exculpatory factors [00:29:34] Violations vs. intent and penalties [00:32:24] Objectivity challenges with boards [00:36:54] Transparency in board rulemaking processes [00:40:10] One action listeners could take regarding boards [00:42:03] Staying informed on pharmacy laws and regulations [00:43:04] Challenges researching pharmacy laws [00:44:17] Value of legal expertise The Business of Pharmacy Podcast™ offers in-depth, candid conversations with pharmacy business leaders. Hosted by pharmacist Mike Koelzer, each episode covers new topics relevant to pharmacists and pharmacy owners. Listen to a new episode every Monday morning.
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Denny Luyis

A very interesting podcast. After listening to it, I learned about many of the intricacies of the pharmacy business. I was interested in this topic because a friend of mine owns an online Canadian Pharmacy - https://www.canadapharmacy.com/ . He says that there is a main rule in his pharmacy: do not overcharge the product.

Apr 20th
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