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In March of 2009, Todd S. Eury, launched the Pharmacy Podcast Show. Over the years, the Pharmacy Podcast has accumulated over 75,000+ listeners and subscribers and is the most popular and downloaded podcast about the Pharmacy Industry. The Pharmacy Podcast Show transformed into the Pharmacy Podcast Network (PPN) in 2014 and will continue to collect the thought leading interviews with some of the most brilliant minds in Pharmacy with over 30 co-hosts. The PPN is a Digital Health Publication a ...
 
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Carrie Wilkerson talks about women in business, the qualities of a natural leader, and what leadership looks like -- as well as what it doesn't. "We all have some level of leadership. Whether we choose to pick it up or not is a different thing." - Carrie Wilkerson. Learn more about this episode of The Corepreneur Podcast with Anne Arvizu at www.ann…
 
Pharmacy owner Troy Moore with Sav-Mor Pharmacy in Neoga Illinois joins First Financial Bank's Pharmacy Division Loan Officer Mr. Bo Garmon for our 3rd part of the series on strategic planning, expansion, and lending. Pharmacy ownership is a big step that commonly requires gathering large sums of money in the form of bank loans. It can be difficult…
 
In our second episode covering the opioid crisis, Stephanie McGrath, PharmD Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Care Network talks with pharmacist Alex Lavella, PharmD from Hilltop Pharmacy, a Flip the Pharmacy site. Alex shares details about their opioid crisis patient services and the impact they are having on their underserved com…
 
Your Environment could be more important than Your DNA to Your Health Ted Smith PhD., is an associate professor of environmental medicine and deputy director of the Envirome Institute at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Smith is also the director of the Envirome Institute's Center for Healthy Air, Water and Soil. Theodore R. Smith, …
 
The TAILOR-PCI Trial evaluates the outcomes between genotype-guided P2Y12 inhibitor selection versus conventional prescribing on ischemic outcomes. Listen to Geoff Wall and guest, Jake Galdo, discuss the role of pharmacogenomics in patient care. Additional Resource/Reference: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2769725 This episo…
 
Our 2nd part of the "Pharmacists focused on Mental Health" podcast series featured David Dent, Doctorate of Pharmacy Candidate at Virginia Commonwealth University class of 2022. David is a fellow podcaster and we encourage you to take a listen to his show: OVERxDOSE: A Pharmacy Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/overxdose-a-pharmacy-podc…
 
Dr. Anne Arvizu's first guest on The Corepreneur Podcast is none other than Ali Brown, one of the world's most recognized business coaches for women entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Ali is also a renowned leadership speaker and founder of The Trust. Ali Brown discusses her journey as an entrepreneur, how to protect your intellectual property, and…
 
Pharmacies in Pennsylvania and across the country are transforming their care delivery model and documenting the care provided to patients to express their value to payers. This transformation is setting them up to sustain and thrive in a new era of healthcare with value-based payment models. In this episode of Beyond the Sig, we talk to one pharma…
 
William Amarquaye, PharmD is a Clinical Pharmacist at Brandon Regional Hospital returns to the Pharmacy Podcast Nation to share his knowledge on the sickle cell disease state. Via Sickle Cell 101 Sickle cell is a blood disorder passed down from parents to children. It is characterized by sickle or crescent-shaped red blood cells that are unable to …
 
Special Guest: Mona Ghattas Duran Central Pharmacy Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104 www.durancentralpharmacy.com I have been to your pharmacy twice and am intrigued by the physical layout of your pharmacy. Tell us just a bit about where your pharmacy is and how your unique physical location provides both opportunities and challenges. So your pharmacy …
 
New guidelines from American College of Physicians suggest that first-line treatment of non-low back musculoskeletal injuries are topical therapies. Topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, like diclofenac, are available as over-the-counter products in the US. Learn about the preferred route of care when treating pain. Additional Resource/Ref…
 
A History of Racial Diversity in Pharmacy with Special Guest Dr. Leonard Edloe Join PUTT in a frank conversation with special guest Dr. Leonard Edloe about the history of racial diversity in pharmacy, the challenges medical professions still face today, and how we as pharmacists and people can help our profession move forward towards more diversity…
 
Georgia House of Representatives Earl L. “Buddy” Carter joins CEO of RxSafe Bill Holmes to summarize the The Supreme Court of The United States (SCOTUS) has rescheduled the Rutledge v. The Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA) hearing for October 6, 2020.1 The initial April hearing date had been postponed due to the coronavirus disease …
 
Welcome to The Corepreneur Podcast, a show that will help you put burnout out of business and transform the way you re-power yourself as an entrepreneur. “Every hurt, every trauma, every setback becomes fuel for your story.” – Anne Arvizu Learn more about this episode of The Corepreneur with Anne Arvizu at www.annearvizu.com/01 See omnystudio.com/p…
 
Dr. Richard Harris M.D., Pharm.D, MBA joins the 'Transforming the Nation' series to discuss the controversial topic of sharing your faith, being spiritual, and understanding the balance between science, medicine, and God. Dr. Harris is the founder of "Great Health & Wellness" and has his own podcast, here: https://www.theghwellness.com/ The technol…
 
Community Pharmacies are vital members of neighborhoods and the healthcare community. A major social determinant of health is access to healthcare - both providers and medications. Recently, Berenbrok and colleagues published research that showed community pharmacies are visited almost twice as much compared to primary care providers by Medicare be…
 
Pharmacists Focus on Mental Health | Podcast Series Special Guest Dr Monica Krishnan At the young age of 36, Dr Monica Krishnan lost her husband to brain cancer. She was abruptly faced with the responsibility of raising her two babies without a spouse. In 2012 she went through many stages of grief, including depression. As a clinical pharmacist, Mo…
 
GTC Consulting CEO Ben Mink joins us on this episode of the Pharmacy Podcast Nation to discussion Pharmaceutical Industry Compliance, Diversion Investigations, and Litigation Support sponsored by Rx Destroyer™ which provides turnkey solutions for pharmaceutical waste disposal to a wide range of industries and facility types. Topics of Discussion: D…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Jessica have a discussion with our neighbors from the North. Dr. Alam Hallan, Director of Pharmacy and Lead Pharmacy Technician, Lori Hayden, from Guelph General Hospital in Guelph, Ontario discuss the pharmacy landscape in Canada, and the trends toward pharmacists and technicians alike taking on more roles and responsib…
 
The path that a student embarks on is often very different from the career path they ultimately follow. ACPHS class of ’94 grad Kelly Mahar is a prime example. Kelly planned on becoming a retail pharmacist and she knew that there were lots of attractive jobs open in the field. But during her coursework and internships at ACPHS, Kelly started to not…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage on worldwide. Data surrounding the treatment of patients with COVID-19 respiratory failure is moving at lightning pace, so for this week's episode we will discuss the latest (as of 8/13/20) information surrounding two modalities for COVID-19 treatment: convalescent plasma and tocilizumab. This episode is accr…
 
Welcome back to the Luxe Pharmacist Podcast! Your host Madeline Acquilano has finished her residency and is now embarking on her journey of preparing for the Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist exam. With the help of her special guest, Dr. Anthony Busti founder and CEO of High Yield Med Reviews, they discuss pharmacy board exams from why sho…
 
A recent retrospective database study found that in patients on new oral anticoagulants prescribed clarithromycin, compared to azithromycin, were assocated with an increased risk of major beeding. We will discuss this paper and other common drug interactions the practicing pharmacists should be vigilant about. This episode is accredited for CPE. Fo…
 
Pharmacists can play an important role in a dental clinic by performing thorough health and medication histories and communicating with dental and medical providers involved in a patient's care. Today's guest is Julie Charlestein who is the President and CEO of Premier Dental Products Company which develops, manufactures and distributes innovative …
 
Why Taking Care of Yourself First is so important to being the best healthcare provider possible. A special interview with a mission driven pharmacist who believes in helping other busy professionals on their life's journey. "Customization Creates Confidence" -- Ashley Dwyer, PharmD. Connect w/ Ashley on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.dwye…
 
Today's podcast is part 2 of the second series from the team at First Financial Bank's Pharmacy & Veterinary Divisions. Today we talk with Drew Hegi, MBA Loan Officer at First Financial Bank and Schwanda Flowers, PharmD Veterinary Practice Lender at First Financial Bank. On this episode we learn about: What is POLA? How and when did POLA start? Wha…
 
Patients visit their pharmacies up to 35 times a year. As the most accessible health care provider, community pharmacists play a unique role in the health of their communities. During this episode of Beyond the Sig, Stephanie McGrath, PharmD sits down with pharmacy owners Tom DePietro, PharmD of DePietro’s Pharmacy and Mayank Amin, PharmD of Skippa…
 
Part 2: Transforming a Nation A “health disparity” refers to a higher burden of illness, injury, disability, or mortality experienced by one group relative to another. A “health care disparity” typically refers to differences between groups in health insurance coverage, access to and use of care, and quality of care. Healthcare disparities continue…
 
September is just around the corner, and Labor Day cookouts are mere days away. While this celebration marks the relative end of the summer, for the kids in your life, it also means it’s time to go back to school. Emotions are high this time of year. Kids want to make a good impression, sporting the latest fashions and newest gear to impress their …
 
Hello my friends! Hope everyone is safe during this crazy time in our pandemic ridden world. I’m Tyler Jewkes, host of the Pharmacy Future Leaders podcast. My special guest today is Dr. Erin Mays, PharmD, a PGY-1 resident at the University of North Carolina Medical Center. A recent graduate with her PharmD, Erin tells us a little about her decision…
 
It's all about customization! In this installment of the Micro Merchant Systems podcast series, CEO Ketan Mehta discusses the high level of customization available within the PrimeRx™ pharmacy management system that addresses the needs of different types of pharmacies. Compounding pharmacies, LTC, hospital, mail order, independent retail, specialty…
 
A recent study suggests that SGLT2 drugs - now shown to dramatically improve cardiovascular and renal outcomes in a wide variety of patients - have a higher incidence of euglycemic DKA than previously thought. If pharmacists see more of this ADR, how do we treat appropriately - especially when a patient's sugars may not be very high? This episode i…
 
Director of Government and Public Affairs for Independent Pharmacy Alliance (IPA) Anthony Reznik joins us on the PBM Reform Podcast Series to discuss strategies Pharmacy can implement to fight the PBMs while we wait for legal reform at the state & federal levels. Independent Pharmacy Alliance, est. 1988, is a trade group and retail pharmacy buying …
 
This episode of Pharmacy Crossroads features an informative and lively conversation between Bruce Kneeland and Kevin DeMass, the owner of The Apothecary Shoppe, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Kneeland has visited The Apothecary Shoppe twice as part of his pharmacy road trips. The pharmacy is exceptionally well run and DeMass shares some of his secrets fo…
 
On this episode of the Pharmacy Podcast Nation, we welcome James Gardner, B2C/B2B sales & marketing leader w/ a passion for #WalmartHealth & retail healthcare. We're talking about the opportunity Walmart Health has to disrupt healthcare in local communities and change the healthcare delivery model by partnering with local employers, community pharm…
 
Today's guest was recorded while on location with a client in Germany, Imre Varju MD, PhD, MPH, CHES Imre Varju aims at improving health on every level - from molecules to whole populations. Imre Varju, Fulbright Scholar holding an MD and a PhD in molecular medicine, a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with a certificate in Health Communication …
 
Most prescribers believe that short course of steroids have no serious adverse effects, but a recent study from the Annals of Internal Medicine challenges that notion. What does the pharmacist need to know about the short and long term adverse effects of steroids and how to proactively prevent them? Additional Resources/References Association betwe…
 
One side effect of public scrutiny of rising drug prices has been greater visibility into the uniquely complex pharmaceutical supply chain. Previously little known distributors and middlemen now regularly receive attention, highlighting how the line between drugmaker and patient is rarely straight. There are billions of Pills and vials are routed t…
 
Today on the CVS Health Careers Pharmacy Podcast Tyson Cromeens, PharmD talks with Katie Angione PharmD and Sandeep Bali PharmD about CVS Health Specialty Pharmacy with a focus on HIV pharmacy. Listen and hear about their experiences within CVS Health Specialty, career paths, and learn about how they provide patient care to put our HIV patients on …
 
Our newest podcast comes from London, England's Sarina Mughal who's a pharmacist at Harrods. In her position, she is Harrods Pharmacy Manager & Professional Services Executive. What's it like to be a Pharmacist in the United Kingdom? Tune into the Classy Chemist Podcast. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.…
 
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) has signed three innovative PBM reform bills into law. HB 946 and SB 313 require the reporting of drugs paid 10 percent above and 10 percent below National Average Drug Acquisition Cost every four months, prohibit PBMs from tying a pharmacy’s drug reimbursement to a patient’s health outcomes, and require PBMs to offer dr…
 
Ethanol use disorder continues to be a major problem in the U.S. The stress and anxiety related to the COVID-19 pandemic may exacerbate alcohol use disorder. Tune in to this episode to learn the latest in guideline updates relative to the management of ethanol withdrawal. Additional Resources/References Alcohol Withdrawal Management Guideline: http…
 
Senior Care Pharmacist Podcast host Amie Blaszczyk interviews editor in chief of The Senior Care Pharmacist, Dr. Chris Alderman, about his editorial re: the "other pandemic" (diabetes). https://www.ascp.com/page/SenioRxRadio See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.By Todd S. Eury
 
PUTTcast Episode 7: Hosts: Monique Whitney, Scott Newman (PUTT President & VA pharmacy owner), Owen Sullivan (IL pharmacy owner & PUTT Board member) Special Guest: Dr. John Borzilleri Listen in for an "ear-opening" conversation with special guest Dr. John Borzilleri - a medical doctor and financial investment specialist who began filing whistleblow…
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Michelle Lamb, the Founder of LTC Pharmacist Connection, an online forum of over 2900 current and future LTC consultants and dispensing pharmacists. She discusses the ABCs on how to become a consultant pharmacist as well as the do's and don'ts of LTC. Contact Michelle here: michelle@LTCpharmacistconnection.com See…
 
Children grow up quickly. As a parent, you’ve probably gone through countless sizes of clothing, ever-changing tastes in food, and a seemingly interminable increase in height as your child grows. Your child’s fast growth rate requires all of the essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, which they can get from a healthy, balanced diet. However, …
 
Your online reputation is accumulative, most likely permanent, and a reflection on you as a trusted healthcare provider. Todd Eury, founder of the Pharmacy Podcast Network, talks with Sarah Mojarad from USC Viterbi School of Engineering to discuss the sensitivity surrounding a healthcare professional's online reputation. Sarah Mojarad is a lecturer…
 
Geoff Wall, PharmD delivers another great podcast. Pharmacists see skeletal muscle relaxant prescriptions daily but how much real experience do we have with these drugs? Do they work? Are they safe? This episode covers what should every pharmacist know about these medications. This episode is accredited for CPE. For CE details and to claim credit, …
 
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