Dear Corporate PharmD,
Today, you proved to me how committed you are to the walk of greatness.
You don’t hesitate for one second to volunteer your time for the sake of learning.
You show up on time, dressed for success, and carry yourself in a way that screams, “I take business and healthcare seriously.” Continue reading “Letters To A Corporate PharmD – Part 4”
I can’t shake the relentless whispers that haunt me when I look at my white coat.
These collective whispers linger long after and have created a beast that is tearing the pharmacy profession apart.
If we don’t do something about this now, our profession will slowly die from the inside out. Continue reading “Retail Pharmacy Warfare”
What Everyone In Pharmacy Complains About
Corporate has cut hours, giving pharmacies bare-bones resources in the fight for patient safety and outcomes.
Pharmacist wages frozen, bonuses non-existent, no staff left to ring out patients or fill the hundreds of prescriptions left bleeding in the queue for weeks on end.
Pharmacies are turning into slaughterhouses, with the poor PharmD at the bevel. Continue reading “How Pharmacists Get More Tech Hours – Part 1”
Amidst all the chaos, crisis, and never-ending workload in the pharmacy, visits from upper management can induce real death from stress.
To top it off, leaders sometimes cause confusion by throwing around business words and phrases that sound like a completely different language.
How am I supposed to answer your questions without knowing what you mean?
The crazy thing is that most direct reports learn these words only after relentless exposure and stumped facial expressions.
Here’s a small list of corporate vocabulary you can arm yourself with to crush the next DM visit and get back to Pharmacy Life. Continue reading “Corporate Pharmacy Jargon For Dummies”