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Misadventure by Death is an audio drama brought to you by Crossroad Stations Productions. Armed with nothing but his trusty recorder and a few dozen flashlights, Neil Hastbury-Rue takes up the mantle of groundskeeper at the definitely haunted, recently opened Harrison Shaw Manor Museum in the middle of the Virginian Appalachian mountains. Easy-peasy…right? Perhaps not. As Neil attempts to settle into his new home, he finds himself having to combat with supernatural shenanigans, a few less th ...
 
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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Listen in as PUTTcast host Lauren Young chats with pharmacists and lobbyists from Arizona, Maryland, and Texas about their recent legislative triumphs, the battles they waged to get there, and how you can do the same in your own state. Host: Lauren YoungGuests: Monique Whitney, Executive Director, PUTT, Co-Chair, AIPCMark Boesen, PharmD, JD, AIPCSh…
 
The Role of the Pharmacy Technician is changing along with the new demands on pharmacists. We discuss the new regulations on Pharmacy Techs with James Broughel, Ph.D. Senior Research Fellow with Mercatus Center at George Mason University Op-Ed Pharm. Tech Regulation James recently wrote an op-ed in the Hill newspaper – a paper read by a lot of peop…
 
Description: Justin Frederick joins us again with another look into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this time with Iron Man and his fascinating Arc Reactor located in the center of his chest. Besides being a flashy target for the bad guys, the Arc Reactor serves a purpose in keeping Tony alive. In this episode, we discuss the physiological plausibil…
 
How many times a day are YOU asked if you’re the pharmacist? Countless! Well join us in this episode of the PAIN POD while Mark “Pain Guy” Garofoli chats with literally THE Pharmacist, Dan Schneider, famous for all of his amazing efforts within the Opioid Crisis, as highlighted on the Netflix series “THE Pharmacist”. Every 7 minutes an American die…
 
Joe Moose, R.Ph., is the co-owner of 8 community pharmacies in North Carolina. He is a true innovator and leader in pharmacy. He was honored in 2015 as the NCPA Independent pharmacist of the year. In this episode of PharmacyCrossRoads, Joe shares examples of how and why independent community pharmacy can play a critical role in helping control the …
 
Dr. Richard Harris Dr. Harris is an expert in Holistic medicine who believes that public health means - The advancement of policy and research for the benefit of society. Bio: Dr. Richard Harris is a board-certified internal medicine physician, pharmacist, and entrepreneur. Dr. Harris has a client-centric view focusing on building relationships and…
 
Today's episode is a 2-part round-table discussion between Cal, Shane, and Mickey about two of the most controversial pieces of medicine known to the modern world. This is NOT your physician's podcast. Hosts Shane Garrettson and Cal Vandergrift dive into the pharmacy world with fun, interesting, and downright weird topics! Tune in for NEW episodes,…
 
Growing up, Steve St. Onge saw his grandfather working in his pharmacy and thought he would follow in his footsteps. Like his grandfather, he set out to graduate from ACPHS. But shortly later St. Onge started following a different path. In this episode of Occupation Station, he talks about why he decided to pursue interests both in drug development…
 
We are a group of practicing pharmacists throughout the U.S. who have organized a mutual aid movement entitled #PharmGradWishlist (Twitter: @PharmGradWish) that aims to support emerging pharmacist trainees who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color). People who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and American Indian/Alaska Nativ…
 
Dr. Jai Patel, PharmD, BCOP, CPP Chair of Department of Cancer Pharmacology & Pharmacogenomics Dr. Jai Patel is a pharmacist who help create a pharmacogenomics fellowship which was not available at his school. He finished the Oncology/Pharmacogenomics Postdoctoral Fellowship at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Dr. Patel: “I approached my mentor…
 
Introducing Terri Norvell -- the Inner Prize On June 10th at 8am Pacific/11am Eastern RMS’ CLIMB welcomes back Leadership and Business Growth Expert Terri Norvell. Terri will be talking with dynamic leaders who’ll share their real-world struggles and successes with CLIMB attendees. These leadership and pharmacy industry experts will help attendees …
 
Transforming Pharmaceutical Obsolescence into Opportunity RxRise is a revolutionary marketplace platform that lists pharmaceutical manufacturers short-dated and surplus stock directly to pharmacies. Adam has gained a keen understanding of the pain points surrounding short-date and surplus products in the pharmaceutical sector. Having worked in vari…
 
Graduating from either pharmacy or law school is an admirable achievement. Graduating from both is a rare accomplishment indeed! That’s just what 1985 ACPHS grad Scott Terrillion did, despite having more than a few people advising him against it. In this episode of Occupation Station, Scott talks about why he made such an unusual move. He says his …
 
Capital Rx and 3 Axis Advisors Study Finds Potential for Billions in Prescription Drug Savings With Transparent Pricing Practices Mandatory NADAC responses by pharmacies for 1,600 unique oral solid products could create additional savings of $1.5 billion over 10 years Comparing generic drug costs with NADAC and Alabama actual acquisition cost, stud…
 
The American Society For Automation In Pharmacy – or ASAP – could be the pharmacy organization that most directly effects the daily practice of pharmacy. And, it is very likely that you, as a practicing pharmacist, have never heard of this important organization. In this episode of PharmacyCrossRoads we talk with Bill Lockwood, founder and Executiv…
 
When Sarah Clark was 28 years old, she received a diagnosis of premature ovarian failure. She accepted the diagnosis and had both her children through in vitro fertilization. Years later she realized the root cause of her infertility was a food intolerance. She is a certified life coach with accreditation from the International Coaches Federation a…
 
Pharmacogenomics Education is critical to advancing the Pharmacist's optimal impact on medication management as a tool to ensure the drugs prescribed work as intended. The State of the Industry -- Pharmacogenomics Education Clinical pharmacogenomics activities may include designing patient-specific drug and dosage regimens based on genetic profile,…
 
Implementing Digital Technology Tools within Health-Systems for Improving Adherence and Patient Support Educational Objectives: At the completion of this activity, participants will be able to: Define the pharmacist’s role in implementing digital and telemedicine technologies within the health system to improve adherence and provide remote patient …
 
Foundations of Evidence for the Use of BTK Inhibitors in B-Cell Malignancies and Management Strategies for Cardiac and Bleeding Adverse Effects Educational Objectives: At the completion of this activity, participants will be able to: Outline the efficacy of oral BTK inhibitors across B-cell malignancies including a focus on emerging clinical data R…
 
Starting on Monday, people with iPhones will begin to see pop-up messages on their screens asking whether they will permit companies to follow them from app to app. Currently, Facebook and companies like it track the ways people use their phones, picking up bits of information such as how often they open their yoga app and what they buy at Target. …
 
Deborah Bowers, PharmD, Owner Yorkville Pharmacy, York, SC Will consumers pay cash for medication advice? Deborah Bowers, PharmD proves that they will. As you know pharmacy owners are all being told to find ways to diversify their practice. Deborah Bowers is one owner who has taken that advice to heart and set up a cash-pay medication consulting an…
 
Dr. Lisa Faast is an innovator, experienced business executive, and leader in the independent pharmacy industry. With over 20 years of experience as a pharmacy owner, consultant, compounder, and businesswoman, she is able to bring a unique perspective to the industry’s problems. Her passion is helping independent pharmacy owners thrive by focusing …
 
In today's episode, we sit down with Dr. Christina Madison, a healthcare advocate, the founder, and the CEO of the Public Health Pharmacist. She is currently the director of Roseman University of Health Sciences Covid 19 vaccine operation, logistics distribution, and administration. We talk about the stigma when it comes to mental health, the pande…
 
Kaylan Wetzel is my incredible accountability advisor on Team Unstoppable Kaylan Wetzel. She is also the first sales lead in the accountability division. Kaylan has helped her clients reach incredible heights. She’s helped countless clients make 6-figure launches their new norm. But, she doesn’t only serve her own clients, she is Co-Director of the…
 
Introduction When you invest in technology, you have high hopes that successful adoption will lead to improved pharmacy performance. But, how do you measure successful adoption? How can you be sure your technology is making a difference? Learn how aligning with your technology partner on key clinical, operational, and business metrics at the outset…
 
Have you ever played through the emotional and exciting space opera that is "Mass Effect" and wondered if the subplot of intergalactic chemical genocide was physiologically plausible? If you answered "yes" to that question, then you're in the right place. If you answered "no," then you're probably normal. This is NOT your physician's podcast. Hosts…
 
What is Patient Engagement? Patients offer different perspectives about the healthcare industry pharmaceutical companies. Patient engagement is centered on providers and patients working together to improve health. A patient’s greater engagement in healthcare contributes to improved health outcomes. Patients want to be engaged in their healthcare d…
 
Background: Positive associations between medication adherence and beneficial outcomes primarily come from studying filling/consumption behaviors after therapy initiation. Few studies have focused on what happens before initiation, the point from prescribing to dispensing of an initial prescription. Objective: to provide guidance and encourage high…
 
What is the Mission of TruePill? Listen in to this fascinating conversation with Dr. David Berkowitz & TruePill co-founder Sid Viswanathan. Much of the tech stack connecting health care providers is antiquated and is in need of modernization. One of the companies helping to evolve the healthcare information highway is Truepill. Truepill got their s…
 
PUTTcast Episode 16: Behind The Rx Counter Life behind the pharmacy counter can be a roller coaster of stress, so how does that translate into comedy? Join host Monique Whitney, PUTT President Scott Newman, board member Lord Doctor Jeremy Counts, and PUTTcast special guest, pharmacist Maurice Shaw aka The Doctor of Comedy as they discuss retail pha…
 
Sandra Leal is the President of the APhA and is a longtime advocate and leader for #providerstatus, Sandra has had a tremendous impact on the profession and we are honored to have her on the Pharmacy Podcast. Sandra is committed to the theme & mission for pharmacists to "Be the Voice for Pharmacy" and she asks that you join her in her mission by sp…
 
Dr. Christine Manukyan is a Functional Medicine Pharmacist. What's that even mean? Take a listen & learn as Dr. Manukyan shares her journey through pharmacy as an immigrant from Armenia, to becoming a director of pharmacy, and working as a hospital pharmacist in one of the largest hospitals in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Manukyan career was growing while …
 
Chop, chop, the King, the King! King George III is largely known as "The Mad King who lost the United States". In actuality, his story is much, MUCH more interesting. This is NOT your physician's podcast. Hosts Shane Garrettson and Cal Vandergrift dive into the pharmacy world with fun, interesting, and downright weird topics! Tune in for NEW episod…
 
Building a more profitable and customer-centric pharmacy business starts here. Today's guests are Brad Jones, CEO of RMS and Trish White, Pharmacy Owner of White's Pharmacy, Fry’s Pharmacy and Harry Race Pharmacy in Alaska. -We’re so excited to welcome Terri Norvell back to CLIMB for an interview on building great pharmacy teams through training. -…
 
Women & Men: The Balance of Leadership in Healthcare Guest: Katashia Partee Kendrick, PharmD, BCACP Clinical Pharmacy Specialist | Health & Wellness Coach | Toastmaster | Infertility Advocate | Fitness Enthusiast 20 Women Of Color Medical Students And Graduates Who Matched In 2021 Share On Soon Joining The Frontlines As Match Day, March 19, 2021 ro…
 
Dr. Lisa Zielbauer, PharmD, helps to build the next chapter in the 'Pharmacists Focused on Mental Health' podcast series. Dr. Z shares her personal story as she struggles with depression and talks about her background with mental health and family connections to other mental health conditions. Scientists are exploring evidence that major depression…
 
Colton Marcum, PharmD, took over ownership of Marcum’s Pharmacy, from his father, about 10 years ago. Marcum’s is a high-volume pharmacy and has a proud tradition of service to the residents of Kingsport, TN, since 1962. Still, as Marcum tells us on this episode of PharmacyCrossRoads the pharmacy’s work environment was hectic and constant reduction…
 
Continuous Glucose Monitoring: Understanding the Pharmacist’s Role in Patient Education and Improving Outcomes in Diabetes Management Objectives Describe the use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) in diabetes management and ADA/AACE recommendations Recognize the role of the pharmacist in providing education related to the use of CGM devices and…
 
The UnScripted Podcast, episode one is a conversation with Cecelia Byers, PharmD Specialty Pharmacy Clinical Product Manager and Dr. Andrew Mellin, VP, Chief Medical Information Officer with Surescripts. Today we have a interesting discussion on how the process of prescribing and dispensing specialty medication relies on antiquated technology: fax …
 
This Podcast Series is about Pharmacists & Physicians collaborating on the proper & humane usage of pain managment strategies, the usage of opioids, and evidence-based medication therapy management practices. Each day, more than 130 people die from opioid overdoses. Opioids are a class of drugs that include prescription pain relievers like oxycodon…
 
It's time to rethink how you remain competitive in a digitally transformed marketplace. The Digital Revolution has created a radical paradigm shift in the way the world of business works - are you prepared? We are at the beginning of an unprecedented inflection point in the development of civilization—the transition from the first human epoch where…
 
It's the GameChangers' Birthday! This episode is a rapid review of a few subjects to celebrate the first year of GameChangers. From oral iron administration to the use of metronidazole with alcohol or serotonin syndrome, this episode has all the ingredients for a celebration! GameChangers' host, Geoff Wall, just released new music! Check out his la…
 
The Queen's Gambit, a Netflix mini-series released in 2020, featured an unlikely cast member alongside Anya Taylor-Joy: Librium, aka Chlordiazepoxide. Uncover the true history of the very first benzodiazepine and join Shane, Mickey and Cal as we analyze the realism of its portrayal in this excellent mini-series. This is NOT your physician's podcast…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic exponentially accelerated adoption of virtual care and heightened consumer expectations, which caused health systems to reimagine their role in virtual care. As a result, adoption of virtual care has empowered health systems to move beyond siloed applications to a comprehensive, whole-person approach that consumers will need a…
 
Chapter 3 of 3 Featuring: Allegheny Health Network Pharmacy Services Pharmacy Care Continuum Patient centered care across the patient care continuum…. Starting out as pilots, scaling, and linking From bedside to the home & community pharmacy integration – reducing costs and limiting readmissions Guests: Laura (McCoy) Mark, PharmD - Vice President, …
 
"The only way to change the status-quo is to get off your ass and change it." Dave Marley, Marley Drug: It's not easy but it's possible to fight the 3 largest PBMs in your local community with your pharmacy services. Listen into this podcast & share with other pharmacy owners for several ideas on beating the PBMs in Community Pharmacy. Thank you Ap…
 
In this episode we are joined by a very special guest, Jill Murphy from Pharmacy Focus Podcast, to discuss some old-timey medical treatments and how they've evolved over time. From the Iron Lung to the Clap, we hope you enjoy these four antiquated medical treatments. This is NOT your physician's podcast. Hosts Shane Garrettson and Cal Vandergrift d…
 
March Madness inspired us, and our audience has waited long enough. What better time, than during a pandemic, to dive into “OPIOID MADNESS” and crown “The Greatest Opioid of All Time”!!! In this episode of the “PAIN POD”, Mark “Pain Guy” Garofoli will continue the conversation from Opioid Madness Part 1, the opioid bracketology, or perhaps an “Opio…
 
CDC Proclaims Racism Public Health Crisis, Calls for Health Equity A new mandate out of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention has asserted systemic racism as a public health crisis, a step the agency says will build the foundation to improve health equity. The statement from CDC’s director Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, acknowledged the raci…
 
Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias are a terrible disease on individuals, caregivers, and communities. There are no cures. However, new data has come out discussing the risk factors, polypharmacy, and a potential early detection opportunity. It's time to de-prescribe and follow the money. Reference: Nicholas LH, Langa KM, Bynum JPW, Hsu JW. …
 
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