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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 and Content Developing partner to the Pharmaceutical industry focusing on Specialty medications, pharmacy business supportive technologies, and industry trends. The PPN is the world's largest network of podcasts dedicated to the pharmacy professional and industry insiders leading with our hosts interviewing dynamic people in the pharmacy industry making a difference for our profession, customers, and patients. The definition of “Innovation” is: A new method, idea, product, or process. Processing, implementing, operating, or designing beyond the status-quo. Pharmacists are the HUB of Healthcare & the PPN is the Pharmacist's biggest fan.

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Leadership During a Pandemic – How Women in Pharmacy Have Come to the Rescue | The Public Health Pharmacist Podcast

What Does Public Health Mean to you? Public health (pharmacy) means improving the health of the population through the use of medicines and - more importantly - pharmacy services.BioHelen E. McKnight graduated from University of Florida with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at University of Maryland Medical System. She has been a pharmacist for 25+ years. Her current role is Director of Pharmacy Services at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama. Prior to moving to Alabama, Dr. McKnight practiced Pharmacy in South Florida and Upstate New York. She has been fortunate to be part of the American Society of Health System Pharmacists “Leading Edge” and ASHP Foundation “Pharmacy Leadership Academy” programs. In 2016, Dr. McKnight completed her MBA with an emphasis in Healthcare Management from New England College in New Hampshire. In 2019, Dr McKnight became the first Alabama pharmacist to pass the Board of Pharmacy Specialties-Compounded Sterile Preparations exam. Dr. McKnight enjoys traveling with her husband and teenage son.Social MediaLinkedIn -https://www.linkedin.com/in/helen-mcknight-pharmd-mba-bcscp-b0a930bb/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


14 Oct 2021

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What does Cannabis have to do with PGx? | PGX for Pharmacists

On this episode of the PGx for Pharmacists Podcast, Dr. Codi Peterson, a Doctor of Clinical Pharmacy and pediatric pharmacist, and discusses what was once a taboo subject for pharmacists and that is cannabis. We will explore how pharmacy has and hasn’t progressed in its acceptance of cannabis over the years, what roles Codi plays in the cannabis industry, how he has often had to make clinical decisions with limited pediatric data and how he applies the same logic to evaluate cannabinoid- based therapies. As well, we will discuss the pharmacogenomics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics of cannabis.On This Episode We Discuss: · Codi’s education (Brief) · Codi’s non-cannabis PharmD work experience (Brief) · What sparked Codi’s interest in cannabis? · Cannabis’ mechanism of action and possible reasons why it isn’t yet a standard medication · Codi’s PGx cannabis work experience · PGx of Cannabis Guest and Contact Info: Codi Peterson, PharmD, RPh pedrphphx@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


13 Oct 2021

Rank #2

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Amina Abubakar, PharmD | PGX for Pharmacists

Amina Abubakar, PharmD, AAHIVPCEO of Avant Pharmacy & Wellness CenterPresident of Avant InstituteAmina Abubakar graduated from the Philadelphia College of PharmacyUniversity of the Sciences in 2005. She is the owner and manager ofAvant Pharmacy & Wellness Center formerly known as Rx Clinic Pharmacy inCharlotte, NC, and the founder of the Avant Institute.She is an internationally recognized award-winning clinical pharmacist, CertifiedHIV Specialty Pharmacist, a preceptor to UNC Chapel Hill residents and studentsfrom several schools of pharmacy. Recently, Amina was bestowed the honor bythe National Community Pharmacists Association as 2020’s IndependentPharmacist of the Year and also received the 2020 Bowl of Hygeia from the NorthCarolina Association of Pharmacists for outstanding service to the community.She has fostered an environment that showcases the impact of communitypharmacists on patient care by collaborating with medical providers andexpanding pharmacist-led clinical services in her community. Her desire to helpothers advance the pharmacy profession inspired her to found the Avant Instituteto offer training to pharmacies across the country on the practical application ofclinical pharmacy services through developing sustainable physiciancollaborations.Pharmacogenomics in a community pharmacy: ACT nowPharmacists practicing in community pharmacy are accustomed to optimizing drug therapy through various medication therapy management programs. They use patient-specific information obtained from the patient and their prescribers to cater patient-specific drug regimens. Pharmacogenomics is rapidly evolving, and this field can help optimize medication therapy using an individual's genetic code to identify opportunities for increased or decreased adverse effects or changes in efficacy. Pharmacogenomic testing technology has made conducting pharmacogenomic testing in community pharmacies possible. Pharmacists must arm themselves with the knowledge and skills specific to pharmacogenomics in order to fully integrate this expanding area into patient care and turn this into a great opportunity.[Advocacy] Currently, she shares her passion for pharmacy advancements withpharmacists, patients and policy makers all over the country throughPharmacogenomics. She was invited to the White House Office of Science andTechnology Policy and to the FDA to discuss the role of pharmacists inpharmacogenomics.This episode is sponsored by the Ultiguard Safe Pack. UltiGuard Safe Pack is the only pen needle product that comes with an all-in-one sharps container. Learn more about why UltiGuard Safe Pack is the best choice for your patients and your pharmacy., Learn more about the UltiGuard Safe Pack: https://www.ulticare.com/ultiguard-safe-pack/podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


13 Oct 2021

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Beyond the Sig LIVE!! Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting

Welcome to the Pennsylvania Pharmacist Association Annual Conference Summary Podcast. Throughout this COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen pharmacists Level Up, demonstrating innovation, resilience, and our collective power to be an integral part of the healthcare team. The PPA’s theme is all about Pennsylvania’s Pharmacists ability to LEVEL UP!! The Annual Conference took place on Friday, September 24th through Sunday, September 26th at the Harrisburg Hilton Hotel - in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Dr. Isabelle Litvak, PharmD --the host of Beyond the Sig!PGY1 Community-Based Resident Wilkes University/Weis MarketsLambda Kappa Sigma, Alumni-Collegiate Ambassador 2020-2022We are excited to be back in-person for the 2021 PPA Annual Conference at the Harrisburg Hilton. This year’s conference theme is Level Up, and this could not be more true over the past year for all involved in the pharmacy profession. We are excited to have our signature events return such as our Exhibit Hall, Student Diabetes and Lip Sync Competition, and our Annual Leadership and Awards Dinner.We also will have continuing education sessions throughout the weekend in a variety of pharmacy topics. We hope you join us for our first live event back.https://www.papharmacists.com/page/Annual Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


11 Oct 2021

Rank #4

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Introducing Nancy Gadelsayed BS, RPh., | PGX for Pharmacists

Our special guest & newest host of the PGX for Pharmacists Podcast, Nancy Gadelsayed BS, RPh. Nancy Graduated pharmacy school from Cairo university in 2005, top %10 of her class, with 3.9 GPAShe has been practicing as a pharmacist in the States since 2007, with passion for personalized medicine. She is currently a pharmacy manager at a big retail company and is also the founder and owner of Texas Pharmacogenomics Consulting LLC. And is a big advocate for pharmacists and their value in the healthcare team.She has extensive experience in retail pharmacy management and inclusive leadership . Developed and trained teams and brought on board, she leads with passion. She mentors new pharmacists/practitioners and enjoys precepting pharmacy students. Nancy found her true calling in PGx, so she founded her PGx consulting company, Texas Pharmacogenomics Consulting LLC. She believes in giving back to her community, so she volunteers at a local non-profit organization for mental health services, she develops educational materials on mental health drugs for their staff to use in their daily work routine while they are serving patients. She also helps them develop tools and procedures to assist in patients' adherence and decrease their costs of services. texaspgx.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


7 Oct 2021

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Analyzing Dos and Don'ts of Patient Centricity | DarshanTalks

On this episode of @darshantalks, we had discussed Dos and Don'ts of Patient Centricity with guest Erica Devine. Erica Devine, Senior Manager, Patient Support Stakeholder Experience at Otsuka Pharmaceutical Companies (U.S.) (https://www.otsuka-us.com/), had spoken to us about a multi-stakeholder angle of patient centricity, which impacts medical affairs, clinical research, pharmaceutical marketing etc.The perceived trust from patients is not finite and keeps changing regularly, but it is crucial to maintain that trust. She had used an example of a map to explain the significance of patient centricity. The map is the artifact or visual representation of patient experience, which needs to be communicated as part of the company's target to all employees. The process that gets you there to create the artifact is more critical.Similarly, the methodology used to gather research captures the end-user's needs better. Patient centricity used to be an ex-post tool, where companies try to fix patient's problems after it arises, but now due to machine learning and AI analytics, they can predict patient issues in advance. She highlighted the concept of "journey mapping" of patient information, from field forces, like clinicians who have met the patient in person for a consultation to legal, where they have never interacted with the patient, but they have signed some documents for treatment.For this, discovering information and shifting through the data dump is required, which is time-consuming. This is worth it in the long run because it leads to a more comprehensive compilation of patient data, which can serve the client better and make more sales. Even though systems are in place, it is hard to know who to call to get resources such as insulin for diabetes. There is a need for a uniform structure or one place to go for resolving all healthcare queries. Example: Giving a list of resources patients can use for specific purposes. Rather than proving trustworthiness to the patient, addressing the places of concern, confusion and distrust would be a step in the right direction. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


7 Oct 2021

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RxBLU Working with Educators Supporting the Cloud Pharmacy Renaissance™ | CloudCast

Guests:Diane DeNagel, PhD, CPhTInstructor, Pharmacy Technology Program Foothill College RxBLU providing pharmacy education to future technicians. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


7 Oct 2021

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Leaders in Pharmacy & Medical Communities Speak Out Against Damaging PBM Practices | PBM Reform

Speaking to the Pharmacy Podcast Network, Dr. Marion Mass, a pediatrician, patient advocate and founding member of the Practicing Physicians of America, spoke about the original intent of PBMs, which started in 1968, and what they’ve become today.“PBMs were created with the vision that they would act like giant drug-buying networks, with their buying power cutting health care costs and consumers realizing the savings in the end. However, through consolidation, three companies now control 90 percent of the market,” she said.Dr. Mass further explained, “This unhealthy market share has led to an unhealthy control over formularies,” which can cause life-and-death situations for her young patients. “Patients are at risk of death or harm when drugs such as chemotherapies, antibiotics, epinephrine and anesthetics are not available.”Pharm D Mel Brodsky, executive director of the Philadelphia Association of Retail Druggists and former CEO of the Keystone Purchasing Alliance, explained, “This outsized market share takes advantage of drug manufacturers, pharmacists and, most importantly, patients. The result is a net negative for all parties except for the large PBMs.”In his estimation, the net result of this imbalance “has led to an erosion of the doctor-patient relationship and a decimation of Main Street pharmacists throughout the nation.”“With the current system in place, independent pharmacists are being squeezed to the point that many jump when the large groups offer to buy them out. With the depletion of community pharmacists comes the loss of personal touch and a watered-down version of health care to patients,” Brodsky said. Both participants agreed that action must be taken on the federal level, citing Pennsylvania Sens. Bob Casey and Pat Toomey’s abilities to rein in the large PBM market imbalance.Our Guests: Dr. Marion Mass. Dr. Mass is a pediatrician in the Philadelphia suburbs. She received her medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. She is the co-founder of Practicing Physicians of America - and leadership in the Free2Care coalition-a consortium of grassroots physician advocacy groups that believe that the key to good care starts with the relationship between a patient and their doctor. She sits on the editorial board of the Bucks County Courier, Times and is a member of the Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership.Mr. Mel Brodsky is the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Association of Retail Druggists (PARD), an association of community pharmacies representing 250 independently owned pharmacies in Southeast Pennsylvania. PARD works closely with State Associations like the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA). Mr. Brodsky is also CEO of the Keystone Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance, headquartered in Philadelphia with 400 member stores in 5 States. Mel has an amazing understanding of how PBMs impact the effectiveness and growth of vital healthcare service providers like Community Pharmacies.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


7 Oct 2021

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Elevate Virtual Summit 2021 | Pharmacy Podcast Nation

2021 Elevate Pharmacy Virtual SummitIn April of 2017, Dr. Blair Thielemier PharmD launched the first online-virtual summit dedicated to the Pharmacy Professional. In it’s 4th year, the Elevate Pharmacy Virtual Summit is a blue print for any pharmacist who desires to build a better career or a pharmacy owner looking to develop new profit strategies which are not connected to a restrictive traditional PBM payment model. Join Blair and a hand-picked team of inspirational pharmacy & business leaders who will be outlining how to Build Recurring Revenue with Clinical Consulting Programs. The 2021 Elevate Pharmacy Virtual Summit is Presented by Pharmapreneur Academy™ LIVE on October 21st & 22ndRegister Now!OVER THE TWO DAY SUMMIT, WE WILL COVER:How to DECIDE on Your Six-Figure Offer™Strategies for Creating $25k in Recurring Revenue Each MonthHow to DEVELOP Your Irresistible Offer Machine™To Attract Your Ideal Clients to You Like a Magnet!How to DIVERSIFY Using a 5-Star Delivery Method™So You Can Remove Yourself as the Bottleneck and Scale Your Program with Team Members and AutomationHow to DOMINATE Your Niche with Visibility Explosion™To Quickly Establish Yourself as a Thought LeaderHow to SCALE Your Business with the Pharmapreneur Success Formula™A Strategy for Multiple Revenue Streams that Align with Your Six-Figure Offer™During our two day virtual event, join Blair and her team as they lay out the Four Pillars of the Pharmapreneur Success Strategy!Register Now!If you are looking to differentiate your income with profitable and outcome-driven pharmacist-led clinical programs, enter your details to reserve your free Virtual Ticket!Get Your Free Virtual Ticket!PLUS – As a SUMMIT SPECIAL BONUSUpgrade to Receive our Beginner’s Business Blueprint Workbook, so you can begin THINKING LIKE A PHARMAPRENEUR today!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


6 Oct 2021

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Loving Your Personal Gifts & Uniqueness: Global Pharmacist and Podcaster Allie Xu | The Public Health Pharmacist

Episode 10 (International Podcast Day) September 30thLoving Your Personal Gifts and Uniqueness with Global Pharmacist and Podcaster Allie XuWhat Public Health Means to Allie Xu wellbeing, inner peaceAllie Xu is a pharmacist, artistic scientist and forever student of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She gains her inspiration from the hero in each of us and fulfils her mission by embracing all optimal methodologies for improved vitality and wellness. Her clear understanding of how loving and compassionate energies create space for healing honours our ancestors and future generations. While spending time in the Chinese Medicine Clinic, Allie also collaborates in the co-creation of culture as a cure with her involvement in Global Pharmacy Entrepreneurs in addition to acting as the Genius CEO behind Unicorn Fart Media.In her free time, she enjoys absorbing the rich cultural offerings of her current city, Brisbane Australia with her husband and family. She is constantly creating artistic masterpieces, whether in her street fashion, paintings, singing, or production. Creating safe places for stories to be told allows amplified importance in each of her relationships for which her gratefulness spills over into that signature smile.Social MediaWebsiteshttps://www.unicornfartmedia.com/courses https://www.alliexu.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


30 Sep 2021

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