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Louis CK's movie gets bad reviewsDid Tom Brady want to sue Paul Scheer over t-shirts?Did Tom Brady team up with Jamie Foxx to get Cameron Diaz to unretire or is it just a goofy press stunt?Wanda Sykes has some interesting political theories.Is Jordan Conley the next Kevin Hart?JoinFightCamp.com promo code DCNFacebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/dcnpod - join us to to discuss comedy and your favorite comedians.Instagram is @dailycomedynewsReddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dailycomedynews/Twitter is @dcnpod because the person with what I want tweeted onceSupport the show by Buying Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynewsGoodpods: https://goodpods.app.link/2OUMliguTkb and I am @johnnymacEmail: john at thesharkdeck dot comDaily Comedy News is a production of The Shark Deck, the leading company in short form daily podcasts.www.linktr.ee/dailycomedynewsListen Ad-Free and get the episodes early with a premium subscription for $4.99/month on Apple Podcasts. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-comedy-news-podcast-a-podcast-about-comedians/id1474309028


1 Jul 2022

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Sue Paul & Dr. Amy Van Milligan on How to De-Prescribe from the Clinician and Pharmacists Perspective

Precision Insights Podcast

Sue Paul, RPh, Founder of SyneRxgy Consulting and Co-Founder of Medipreneurs and PGx101, and Dr. Amy Van Milligan, Internal Medicine/Pediatric Specialist, join us to discuss deprescribing, collaborative care, and pharmacogenetic success stories.   Show Notes: (00:11) - Introducing Sue Paul & Dr. Amy Van Milligan (3:00) - Benefit of introducing pharmacogenetics to Dr Van Milligan's clinic  (4:15) - Eliminating Trial and Error (12:14) - Benefits of having a pharmacist on a care team (15:17) - Deprescribing success story (24:55) - Adoption of pharmacogenetics in cardiology pain management and opioids (26:21) - Another success story  (32:00) - Advice to pharmacists (33:18) - Collaborative care (34:38) - Sue's certification program


17 Mar 2022

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Episode 16 | Pharmacy Intrapreneurship and Entrepreneurship - Sue Paul


Sue Paul is a pharmacist who sees and seizes every opportunity. Energized through her experiences in various pharmacy settings and driven to provide better care for patients, Sue went on to become president and founder of SyneRxgy Consulting, co-founder of Medipreneurs, and co-founder of PGx101. In this episode of DISRxUPT, Sue joins us to discuss her unique experiences as a pharmacy entrepreneur, the many people who supported her along the way, and her passion for connecting other pharmacy innovators with one another to foster change in the profession.


16 Mar 2022

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PGX Pharmacists Series Part 2 of 4, Interview with Sue Paul, RPh

Pharmacist's Voice

Sue Paul, RPh is a pharmacist, entrepreneur and small business owner.  She is the Founder of  SyneRxgy Consulting LLC, a concierge pharmacy service, co-founder of PGx101, LLC, a pharmacogenomic certificate training/coaching company, and Medipreneurs, LLC, an international conference and community for pharmacy entrepreneurs.  She is active in local, state and national professional organizations including APhA and also serves as Vice President of the Ohio Pharmacists Foundation Board of Trustees.  Mentioned in this episode www.linkedin.com/in/sue-paulrph www.synerxgy.com www.pgx101.com www.medipreneurs.com 2022 Medipreneurs Summit August 26-28, 2022 Instagram @pgx101 Instagram @medipreneurs Email:  suepaulrph@gmail.com Dan Krinsky, BS, MS, RPh, FAPhA Mariam S. Yasin (2022 PharmD/MS PGX Candidate) Jamie Wilkey, PharmD Carol Bell, PharmD (KY Pharmacist) Michelle Fritsch, PharmD Anna Garrett, PharmD PharmGenEd Program at UCSD The Pharmacist's Voice Podcast Episode 111: Interview with Medipreneurs Co-Founders Sue Paul and Michelle Fritsch  The Pharmacist’s Voice Podcast Episode 11:  Interview with Sue Paul and Michelle Fritsch, Medipreneurs Co-Founders The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile The Annual Meeting of the Ohio Pharmacists Association Ohio Pharmacists Association APhA (American Pharmacists Association) Read the full show notes at https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com/podcast Thank you for listening to episode 135 of The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast! Subscribe to or Follow The Pharmacist’s Voice Podcast! Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon/Audible Highlights from the interview How did Sue get into PGX? It started with clopidogrel.  Sue has experience in a number of settings:  community practice, nursing homes, and hospital.  While working in an outpatient pharmacy doing a “meds to beds program,” Sue noticed that cardiologists were prescribing P2Y12 inhibitors for patients post stent-placement.  The patients had expensive copays.  “Why not use clopidogrel?” Sue thought.  She researched why and found that clopidogrel is a prodrug.  According to Sue, ~30% of the population can’t metabolize clopidogrel to its active form.  Cardiologists selected other options to avoid a clogged stent. How did Sue learn about PGX?   When Sue started, she was self-taught.  She learned about PGX from free resources ~ 2013-2014.  She continued to learn online from the PharmGenEd™️ Program at UCSD (University of California San Diego).  Her first official certificate training was at the Test2Learn™️ inaugural event (University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy), months after incorporating PGX into practice. Sue founded a non-dispensing pharmacy business called SyneRxgy (pronounced si·nr·jee).  Through SyneRxgy and working with a primary care office (via contract), Sue saw a lot of mental health issues.  She pitched PGX to the practice.  They were interested.  She found labs that could serve her patients well and was able to get started serving patients with PGX about 4 months after joining the practice.   Filling in the gaps Part of entrepreneurship is getting curious about something and figuring it out.  Sue saw gaps in her PGX education, namely implementation.  She learned how to implement PGX in her practice as an entrepreneur.  PGX 101 trainings “fill in the gaps” Sue experienced. PGX101 98% of PGX101 students complete the course.   12 hours of home study  8 hours of live training $497 investment/20 ACPE accredited continuing education credit hours Registration deadline for the next training is February 12, 2022, because the 12-hour, self-paced part must be completed before February 26.  Sue recommends breaking the 12-hours up into bite-sized chunks of 2 hours each.  The LIVE online training is February 26 and 27.  The next online training is April 23 and 24, 2022. Visit https://www.pgx101.com for more information. Are all PGX101 students pharmacists?   No.  Most have been pharmacists or pharmacy students, but there has also been an oncologist, some genetic counselors, and a handful of nurse practitioners.  PGX201 After PGX101 training is complete, if students want a deeper dive into PGX and implementation, they can goin the PGX201 Community.  To learn more, visit https://www.pgx101.com.   $297/3 months (renewable membership) or $998/12 months How does Sue get paid? Sue gets paid a daily rate by the practice she works for.  Sue’s home patients, on the other hand, are cash-based. Success stories Sue told several stories about how she has made a difference in the lives of her patients.  PGX and home-visit stories were both shared. Sue’s advice for pharmacist Moms Sue had 4 kids in 5 years.  They are all adults now.  “There’s no better reward than investing in your kids.  Do what you need to do to be able to do that.” Strength in numbers How do we get more PGX-trained pharmacists in doctor’s offices?  PGX101 trainings are part of the solution.  PGX Pharmacists adding more PGX pharmacists to their practices will also help.   Making a connection Is there a way to connect prescribers with PGX-trained pharmacists?  Carol Bell, PharmD (KY Pharmacist) started a PGX Pharmacists registry and is passing it along to Sue Paul and Dan Krinsky.  Look for the registry to be available later this year (2022).   Referrals from other pharmacists How can a non-PGX pharmacist refer a patient to a PGX pharmacist?  It’s simple, just reach out to a pharmacist who is doing PGX.  If they can’t help you, they may know someone who can.   Medipreneurs Sue Paul, Dr. Anna Garrett, and Michelle Fritsch, PharmD cofounded Medipreneurs to support and encourage healthcare entrepreneurs.  Medipreneurs is celebrating their 5th year in 2022.  The annual conference is August 26-28 in Cincinnati, OH.  Sue is on the Board of Advisors.   LinkedIn is the best way to connect with Sue.   🖥Check out Kim’s websites, and connect with her on social media! ✅Business website https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com ✅The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com/podcast ✅Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro © Online Course https://www.kimnewlove.com ✅LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimnewlove ✅Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kim.newlove.96 ✅Twitter https://twitter.com/KimNewloveVO ✅Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kimnewlovevo/ ✅YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA3UyhNBi9CCqIMP8t1wRZQ ✅ACX (Audiobook Narrator Profile) https://www.acx.com/narrator?p=A10FSORRTANJ4Z ✅Start a podcast with the same coach who helped me get started (Dave Jackson from The School of Podcasting)! 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11 Feb 2022

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Interview with Medipreneurs Co-Founders Sue Paul and Michelle Fritsch

Pharmacist's Voice

Today’s episode is an interview with Medipreneurs Co-Founders Sue Paul and Michelle Fritsch.  As healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs, and multi-business owners, they created Medipreneurs to offer business mentorship and solutions to healthcare professionals who are ready to lead, create, and do things differently. They don’t want you to get left behind or stay miserable in a broken system. Links to information mentioned in the podcast www.medipreneurs.com www.medipreneurs.com/sp https://www.linkedin.com/company/medipreneurs-summit https://www.facebook.com/medipreneurssummit https://www.instagram.com/medipreneurs/ Sue Paul LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/sue-paulrph/ Michelle Fritsch PharmD LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/michellefritsch/ Marialice Bennett LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/marialice-bennett-2b6189141/ Lauren Castle PharmD LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurencastle/ Kimber Booth PharmD LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberboothe/ The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast episodes mentioned  Erin L. Albert (Episode 93) Dr. Asha Pai Bohannon (Episodes 77 and 9)   Jerilyn Arneson, PharmD (Episode 48) Kimber Boothe, PharmD (Episode 35) Dr. Jerrica Dodd (Episode 29) Dr. Anna Garrett (Episode 23) Dr. Bruce Berger (Episode 13) Sue Paul, RPh and Dr. Michelle Fritsch (Episode 11) Highlights from the interview The 2021 Medipreneurs Summit is LIVE October 8-10, 2021 at the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy.  For more information, visit https://www.medipreneurs.com/Agenda.  Workshops are offered.  8.5 hours of CE can be earned. Healthcare entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs at any stage of their business development journey are invited to attend. Coaches are also invited to attend the Medipreneurs 2021 Summit. Medipreneurs now has a membership program with trainings, masterminds, networking, resources, accountability, and more.  To learn more, visit https://www.medipreneurs.com/Members. On a personal note, I attended both LIVE Medipreneurs conferences in 2018 and 2019, and I LOVED them. I would recommend them highly to any healthcare entrepreneur. The “choose your own adventure” part of the conference was one of my favorite parts! If you’ve ever worked in healthcare and seen a problem that you started fixing, Medipreneurs is for you.  Medipreneurs can help you solve your problem and help those ideas blossom.   See you in Cincinnati in October 2021! Thank you for listening to episode 111 of The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast! 🖥Check out my websites, and connect with me on social media: ✅Business website https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com ✅The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com/podcast ✅Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro © Online Course https://www.kimnewlove.com ✅LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimnewlove ✅Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kim.newlove.96 ✅Twitter https://twitter.com/KimNewloveVO ✅Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kimnewlovevo/ ✅ACX (Audiobook Narrator Profile) https://www.acx.com/narrator?p=A10FSORRTANJ4Z


27 Aug 2021

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Asbury Covid-19 UPDATE - 4/29/2020 with Michele Potter & Manny Ocasio plus Sue Paul

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Manny Ocasio: Chief Human Resources and Compliance Officer Sue Paul: New Director of Wellness at AMV


2 May 2020

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Interview with Sue Paul and Michelle Fritsch, Medipreneurs Co-Founders

Pharmacist's Voice

Mentioned in this episode: Medipreneurs is a conference for pharmacists and healthcare entrepreneurs. https://www.medipreneurs.com, info@medipreneurs.com Sue Paul is a pharmacist and co-founder of Medipreneurs. suepaulrph@gmail.com, www.linkedin.com/in/sue-paulrph Synerxgy Consulting http://www.synerxgy.com PGX101 http://www.pgx101.com. Twitter: @Pill_Bug, @SyneRxgy, @PGx101 Instagram: suepaul_paul, medipreneurs, pgx101 Michelle Fritsch is a pharmacist and co-founder of Medipreneurs.  michelle@retirewellness.com, https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-fritsch-6462bbb/ Meds MASH (Mature Adults Safe at Home) https://www.medsmash.com Retirement Wellness Strategies  https://www.retirewellness.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/retirewellness.org/ Anna Garrett is a co-founder of Medipreneurs.  https://drannagarrett.com, linkedin.com/in/annagarrett Dan Krinsky is a Co-Founder of PGX101 linkedin.com/in/dan-krinsky-a8537a Lisa Larter is a business coach and the 2018 and 2019 Medipreneurs keynote speaker.  https://lisalarter.com, linkedin.com/in/lisalarter Sue and Michelle are role models for pharmacist entrepreneurship.  The 2020 Medipreneurs Conference in Cincinnati, OH has been postponed due to the corona virus.  It was scheduled April 17-19, and a new date is yet to be determined.   Sue Paul, RPh  Sue Paul is a pharmacist, entrepreneur, and small business owner with over 20 years of experience in the industry.  After graduating from the University of Cincinnati, she worked in several practice settings, including community practice, nursing home consulting, and hospital. Sue founded SyneRxgy Consulting LLC, a concierge pharmacy service, and manages chronic disease states.  Her practice sites include a physician’s office, employer worksites, and in-home patient visits.  Sue adjusts medications, educates patients, implements and analyzes pharmacogenomic and nutrigenomic patient testing, and reviews and compiles current medication lists for patients.  She enjoys empowering patients to take control of their health.   In 2018, Sue co-founded PGx101 with another pharmacist, Dan Krinsky.  PGx101 offers pharmacists 20 hours of ACPE approved continuing education and a certificate in Pharmacogenomics (PGx). Since 2016, Sue has been using PGx in her clinic and with home patients to implement patient-centered medication modification in conjunction with their providers.  Sue is one of three Co-Founders of Medipreneurs LLC, along with Michelle Fritsch, PharmD, and Anna Garrett, PharmD.  Medipreneurs is an international conference and community for pharmacy entrepreneurs. Current planning is underway for their 3rd annual conference. Sue is active in local, state and national professional organizations. For example she is a Board Member of the Ohio Pharmacists Foundation. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and four adult children, reading, walking with friends, and brainstorming with others about action plans to get from where they are to where they want to be.  Michelle Fritsch, Pharm.D., BCGP, BCACP Michelle Fritsch is a Purdue Pharm D. graduate with post-doctoral training in Madison, Wisconsin.  She is board certified in geriatric pharmacy and ambulatory care pharmacy.  Starting in 1992, Michelle has been a professor teaching pharmacists, physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and physical therapists.  She has a passion for healthy aging and education. She is a specialist in medication use in people over 60. She founded two companies:  Retirement Wellness Strategies and Meds MASH, LLC, and works with a broad definition of health – physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social.  Michelle is a frequent speaker, lately on topics of safe medication use, falls prevention, medical cannabis, addiction, opioid use, coordination of healthcare, retirement readiness, and the role of medication in healthy aging.  As healthcare is changing, she is also supporting entrepreneurial healthcare providers as a co- founder of Medipreneurs. Medipreneurs started around the time Sue started her business.  She was in a business mentoring group with Anna Garrett, Pharm D.  They supported one another and felt the desire to create a community for pharmacists to launch a business.  When Michelle joined Anna and Sue, the three came up with a conference that could support a community of pharmacists [and eventually healthcare entrepreneurs] on their respective entrepreneurial journeys.  The name of the conference is Medipreneurs.   Pivots and detours are not new to the Medipreneurs conference.  The first ever conference was in 2018.  It was delayed from Fall 2017 to April 2018.    The “Medipreneurs Detour” is in place over a period of time instead of the Medipreneurs Conference weekend.  There are “Detour Stops” where people can come to get information about Medipreneurs and where is it headed.  Examples include: The Pharmacist’s Voice Podcast Episode 11 Online Masterminds, which are small groups with brainstorming and conversation Webinars provided by the speakers who were scheduled for the conference. Previous attendees can share what they learned and what they achieved in other ways too.   For me, Medipreneurs was like a mastermind every hour of every day.  Whether we were waiting for a scheduled program to start or chatting at the end of one, having a meal, or just bumping into one another, the Medipreneurs Conference was a place to share ideas, ask for thoughts, and get clarity. Lisa Larter, a Professional Business Coach, was the keynote speaker at Medipreneurs 2018 and 2019.  At Medipreneurs 2018, she helped me see value in services I was providing.  Then, she coached me to ask if there was a budget to pay me and how to negotiate a fair price.  Mission accomplished!  I now earn money in place of volunteering. The Medipreneurs Conference empowers pharmacists and healthcare entrepreneurs to see their value and so they can feel justified billing for services.  Examples include smoking cessation programs, medication review services, CBD consulting, women’s health and wellness practices, business coaching, and more. Pharmacists don’t recognize their value.  We are skilled at paying attention to detail and producing precise results.  Entrepreneurial life can seem counter intuitive.   Sue, Anna, and Michelle started Medipreneurs to invite other pharmacists to think outside the box and form the next wave of what pharmacy and healthcare could look like. Michelle talked about the energy in the first conference in 2018.  I drew a parallel to the opening ceremony at the Olympics.  Instead of representing countries, different disciplines of pharmacy practice and business were represented. Medipreneurs helped me funnel my ideas down to the one thing that I could move forward with.  Medipreneurs attendees can bring what they know from other industries to the conference and share with others.  For example, I can share what I know about rate guides from the voiceover industry.  By bringing helpful information from other industries into pharmacy, pharmacists can model best practices and apply them to their businesses, for example, developing rates for services.  Pharmacists need to set rates for services and share them with other entrepreneurs so everyone can establish fee-for-service expectations.  We need to stop giving everything away!     We discussed idea theft.  I was afraid that if I shared my idea, it would get stolen.  Michelle mentioned that she heard that concern from others too.  There is plenty of work to go around.  We can’t reach everyone.  It’s ok for someone to take an idea and apply it to a different part of the country.   I asked, "What’s the best thing that has happened since you started Medipreneurs?”  Sue said she likes to see someone pick an idea, move forward with it, and become successful.  Similarly, Michelle says she enjoys meeting all the people who participate in the conference and watching them find the path to what they want to pursue.   I asked, “What’s one of the biggest challenges you’ve had to overcome [with Medipreneurs]?”  Sue said, “Being seen.”  Branding, marketing, advertising, and getting the word out is outside of her comfort zone.  For Michelle, it has been the “leap of faith” and “the unknowns.”  Michelle wonders, “Where is it going now?  What direction is it going in now?  Are we taking it in the right direction?  Are we reaching the right people?” I asked Michelle and Sue respectively about their own businesses outside of Medipreneurs.  Michelle left Academia.  She has a specialty is geriatrics, meaning people over the age of 60.  She likes being on the young end of that and focusing on preventative medicine.  Her first business is Meds MASH:  Mature Adults Safe at Home.  Her intention was to focus on 60-80 year-olds and delay the time until they would need assistance.  In practice, her Meds MASH patients are the parents of those 60-80 year-olds, individuals in their 80’s-100’s!  Her second business is Retirement Wellness Strategies, which specializes in retirement-aged men who are defined by their jobs.  They struggle with retirement.  That’s a very niche practice area!      Sue works with a progressive physician’s office and has expanded her services into new areas.  In April 2019, her practice expanded to treating individuals with substance use disorder with MAT (medication assisted treatment).  Next, she wants to run a Hepatitis C clinic and introduce PREP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) for HIV prevention.  Sue also created PGX101, a course to educate pharmacists and primary care providers about the benefits of pharmacogenomics.   Sue has blossomed as an entrepreneur, and she made a great analogy between seeds and business.  Medipreneurs plants seeds, so entrepreneurs can start, grow, and operate their own businesses.  The conference helps nourish and water those seeds, giving the right environment for growth.  It can take a while to germinate a seed and see what kind of plant the seed produces.  Medipreneurs is the right place for entrepreneurs to get ideas and be among the right people to encourage growth.  Really a beautiful analogy.  Sue and Michelle want to see entrepreneurs blossom.   Medipreneurs advocates and educates.  They advocate for healthcare entrepreneurs and changes in healthcare.  They educate by sharing messages that will be important for entrepreneurs in the various stages of their entrepreneurial journeys.   To learn more about Medipreneurs, visit www.medipreneurs.com. 


27 Mar 2020

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APhA Podcast - Highlighting Transformers in Pharmacy Series: Sue Paul, RPh

Locked on Pharmacy Podcast

In this episode of the Locked on Pharmacy Podcast, former APhA President Nancy Alvarez sits down to chat with pharmacist and entrepreneur Sue Paul, RPh, who owns three (3) companies: Synergy Consulting (office based practice that assists patients and physicians in managing chronic disease states), PGx101 (pharmacogenomics education service for pharmacists), and Medipreneurs (a community for pharmacists who want to create career positions independently. Make sure you tune in to learn how Sue is supporting communities, educating patients on all aspects of medication to empower them to take control of their health and empowering other pharmacists to dream about how they would practice if there weren’t any barriers.

24 Jan 2020

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Sue Paul shares on Caregivers Stories, why SeniorScapes & how the world of dementia has changed

Kimberly D. Scott (That Kimberly)

This episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly interviews Sue Paul, an occupational therapist certified health coach and an advocate for the Alzheimer's Association who has a burning passion for the aging community. She is the Executive Director of SeniorScapes Inc., a nonprofit, dedicated to the creation of indoor/outdoor spaces designed for older adults. Their vision is to create landscapes where seniors can thrive, and their goal is to provide a stimulating, engaging environment where aging adults have the opportunity to play, socialize, and exercise in their own communities.  Sue shares that even in the therapy world, physical occupational and speech therapists could not see somebody with the diagnosis of dementia because it meant that they couldn't get better. Medicare wouldn't approve any claim if someone had a diagnosis of dementia because they thought that this is an irreversible problem. Sue felt terrible for not being able to help the people that needed it most.  She knew that she can teach them how to feed themselves better and how to engage with the environment better because she knows that they have the potential. This made her so upset that it made her think and find ways on what can she can do to improve these people's lives. She spent the last 20 years honing her craft as far as finding ways to improve those the lives of people with dementia and their caregivers.   If you want to know more about Sue, check her website http://thedementiaqueen.com/ or http://www.suempaul.com You can also reach her on Facebook or email: Sue@seniorscapes.org. Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support


10 Jun 2019

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Medipreneur, Sue Paul: Starting a Pharmacy Consulting Business

Talk to Your Pharmacist

In this episode, you’ll hear from a pharmacist who understands the the niche that pharmacy plays as the medication experts. Sue Paul knew the value of a pharmacist and brought that to physician offices, nursing homes, and others to quarterback patients’ medication. You’ll learn how she took a risk, with limited business skills, but found a business coach who helped her grow the business. She also is a founder of the Medipreneur group that hosts conferences for pharmacist entrepreneurs and others who want to discuss innovative things in pharmacy practice.Check out the show notes: www.pharmacyadvisory.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★


26 Aug 2018