5 Traits Every Pharmacy Manager Should Have

by pharmacy on September 26, 2019

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Advancing to become a pharmacy manager is a goal that many new pharmacists set when starting down their career path. Some find their way to the top quickly, while others never seem to be able to reach the position they so desire. What is it that makes a good pharmacy manager? What skills should you demonstrate to help you on your way to the promotion you want? While that answer is just a little different in every company, here are five traits every pharmacy manager should have. [click to continue…]

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Working in Michigan as a Pharmacist

by pharmacy on July 22, 2019

Detroit Aerial Panorama during sunsetThinking about looking for a pharmacy job in the state of Michigan? You’ll find some of the best hospitals in the country and a wide range of positions available throughout the state. You’re sure to find a perfect fit. Learn more about where to find pharmacy jobs, what types of facilities are hiring, and what is required to obtain your pharmacy licensing in Michigan. [click to continue…]

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Your Guide to Pharmacy Tech Jobs in Illinois

by Tera.Tuten on July 1, 2019

Thinking about becoming a pharmacist or pharmacy tech in Illinois? There are plenty of opportunities and great places to live all over the state. Learn were to look and what you need to do to obtain your license as a pharmacist or pharmacy tech in Illinois. [click to continue…]

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Every day, you are in communication with doctor’s offices, obtaining clarification on prescription instructions, taking prescription orders to be filled for customers, and communicating issues with a prescribed medication. Sometimes, these communications are simple and flawless, but other times they can be difficult and strained. Here are a few simple tips that will help improve your communications with doctor’s offices and develop great working relationships. [click to continue…]

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Coping with Difficult Patients

by Tera.Tuten on April 24, 2019

The vast majority of your patients come in and out of the pharmacy without a lot of fanfare. They are pleasant, complaint, and grateful as they come in to fill their prescriptions or get advice about their medications. Even those who are a bit indifferent and passive are simple enough to deal with. Now and then however, someone comes through who is angry, upset, or even combative. That one challenging patient out of a hundred or more can create a large amount of stress and put a real damper on an otherwise great day. So, what do you do? Here are some tips for coping with difficult patients that can help you make the best out of a tough situation. [click to continue…]

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The Perks of the Pharmacy Tech’s Flexible Schedule

by pharmacy on February 18, 2019

One of the greatest things about working as a pharmacy tech is that in many cases, this is one of the most flexible jobs in the healthcare industry. As pharmacies are open outside regular office hours and in some cases, 24 hours a day, pharmacy techs may often have to work evening or overnight shifts as a part of their job requirements. For some, this might be a downside, but for many, the schedule flexibility can pay off very well. Here are just a few of the perks of the pharmacy tech’s flexible schedule.

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