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In March of 2009, Todd S. Eury, launched the Pharmacy Podcast. Over the years, the Pharmacy Podcast Network has accumulated over 100,000+ listeners & subscribers and is the most popular and downloaded podcast about the Pharmacy Industry. The Pharmacy Podcast Network is proud to have some of the most influential hosts and guests building interviews about important topics in Pharmacy. 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. 
The PPN is a strategic media division within FINN Partners.

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In March of 2009, Todd S. Eury, launched the Pharmacy Podcast. Over the years, the Pharmacy Podcast Network has accumulated over 100,000+ listeners & subscribers and is the most popular and downloaded podcast about the Pharmacy Industry. The Pharmacy Podcast Network is proud to have some of the most influential hosts and guests building interviews about important topics in Pharmacy. 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. 
The PPN is a strategic media division within FINN Partners.

    Joseph Washington | Brighter Horizons

    Joseph Washington | Brighter Horizons

    Lindsey Childs-Kean, PharmD, MPH, BCPS, co-founder and advisory team member of the #PharmGradWishList interviews Joseph Washington, PharmD/MPH candidate, #PGWL sponsee and winner of the 2021 PGWL Post-Graduate Education Scholarship to support the financial endeavors involved with pursuing graduate pharmacy training.

    Joseph is a soon to be graduate of the University of Florida, pursuing a dual degree in pharmacy along with a Master of Public Health, and is fervently paving a way to make his mark in the distinguished profession of clinical sciences. Joseph has a drive to holistically change the landscape of healthcare, to provide equitable access to services amongst all populations. More so, Joseph has had the distinction of serving as the National President for the Student National Pharmaceutical Association, where he routinely amplified the voices of underrepresented minorities. Now, Joseph is looking to begin his career, building off of his clinical prowess, within the realm of health economics and outcomes research.

    Joseph is appreciative of the outpouring of support from the pharmacy community, who have devoted efforts to allow young clinicians, such as himself, the opportunity to continue to break down barriers and hurdles.

    To support other aspiring pharmacists, like Joseph, please follow @PharmGradWishList on twitter and instagram and check out pharmgradwishlist.org! 
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    • 22 min
    The Entrepreneurial Pharmacist and the Innovation In Pharmacy with George Zorich

    The Entrepreneurial Pharmacist and the Innovation In Pharmacy with George Zorich

    For thirty-five years, George S. Zorich worked as a pharmaceutical executive. Along the way, he served on several pharmacy boards, including the ASHP and that of the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. He always found it surprising that graduates were very skilled at clinical pharmacy but not entrepreneurship. His book Entrepreneurs in Pharmacy and Other Leaders will become a useful text for pharmacy students and faculty alike under the new ACPE mandate that pharmacy programs teach entrepreneurship. Section one of the book profiles ten professionals who launched their own innovative businesses from a pharmacy degree. Section two highlights thirty people who became leaders in health care with their pharmacy degrees. Zorich is donating all of the royalties to pharmacy programs and foundations that encourage and foster entrepreneurship.
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    • 27 min
    The Mission of the Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) is about Better Patient Care

    The Mission of the Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) is about Better Patient Care

    According to the Department of Health and Human Services: Fifty-five percent of the elderly are non-compliant with their prescription drug orders, meaning they don't take their medication according to the doctor's instructions. Approximately 200,000 older adults are hospitalized annually due to adverse drug reactions.
    Special guest: 
    Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) President and CEO Alan Rosenbloom 
    Washington, DC – Today, House Committee on Oversight and Reform Ranking Member James Comer (R-Ky.) and minority committee members lawmakers will hold a forum to discuss the impact of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) in pharmaceutical markets with industry experts, pharmacists, physicians, and PBMs. In anticipation of the forum the Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition (SCPC) offered the following statement from SCPC President and CEO Alan Rosenbloom:
    “We welcome today’s forum to examine PBMs and their anti-competitive practices, which ultimately drive-up costs for patients and put independent pharmacies out of business. A handful of PBMs dominate the market, and most are part of much larger health care conglomerates that spread both horizontally and vertically to encompass prescription drug plans and health insurers, retail, specialty, mail order, and long-term care (LTC) pharmacies, giving them immense power to favor the pharmacies they own over the pharmacies they don’t. This forces some pharmacies, especially LTC pharmacies, to provide life-saving medications to patients at a cost that could put them out of business and threaten patient access to essential medications, particularly in rural and medically underserved communities.
    Older Americans with long-term care needs require an average of 12-14 prescriptions per year. They are particularly vulnerable to soaring drug prices, and often least able to adapt when local pharmacies close. This is especially true of Medicare beneficiaries who need long-term care and typically have chronic or medically complex conditions as well. This group requires the medication management and enhanced pharmacy services that LTC pharmacies provide. Any unfair PBM practices that inhibit LTC pharmacy services or force them to close can be life-threatening for the hundreds of thousands of patients they serve daily.
    Today is a great first step and we thank Rep. James Comer (R-KY) for holding this important forum. Future inquiries must be bipartisan, and since LTC pharmacies and their patients are uniquely impacted by PBMs, we urge Congress to include LTC pharmacies in policy conversations like this one. Congress must pass legislation that requires transparency in PBM drug pricing and related information and provides stronger oversight to hold PBMs accountable.”
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    • 30 min
    POP CULTURE: Captain America's Super Soldier Serum | Lets Pharmonize

    POP CULTURE: Captain America's Super Soldier Serum | Lets Pharmonize

    The contents of the super-soldier serum have been the subject of speculation for decades. Today we learn the truth about what makes Captain America great from our very own Justin Frederick. 
    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, available on Spotify, Apple, Anchor, and more! Check out our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages at Let's Pharmonize to view videos and images relevant to every episode! If you have any questions, comments, or even corrections, e-mail us at pharmonization@gmail.com.
    PLEASE READ: Shane, Mickey, Cal and Justin are NOT medical professionals. DO NOT USE the information presented in this podcast to aid in your own personal health or medicinal benefit. This is a light-hearted podcast that should not be taken with the same seriousness as your own personal health.
    A special thanks to Kelly Kerr for creating the music used in the intro and outro.
    Additional Music from Pixabay and Fesliyan Studios
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    • 29 min
    The Profound Impact of High Quality Compounded Medications

    The Profound Impact of High Quality Compounded Medications

    Today’s guest, Peter Koshland, PharmD, opened his compounding pharmacy, Koshland Pharm, in 2009 in San Francisco and works with doctors and patients on individualized, integrative therapies that make a difference in the quality of patients’ day-to-day lives. Peter has seen the profound impact high-quality compounded medicine can have, so producing the absolute best patient outcomes is what drives his decisions as CEO of Koshland Pharm. When he is not in the pharmacy, Peter spends his time consulting with and educating doctors about the multiple applications of compounded medicine in their respective fields.
    Interview topics: 

    Compounding for hormone replacement, dermatology, urology, thyroid disorders, and pain management 

    Why big pharma is lobbying against bio-identical HRT 

    How bias against compounding pharmacies could limit the options available to doctors treating patients 

    The economic impact that FDA overreach could have on pharmacists across the country 

    The importance of custom tailoring hormone treatments instead of using a “one size fits all” approach


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    • 24 min
    Diabetes Self Management Education Patient Empowerment | Beyond the Sig

    Diabetes Self Management Education Patient Empowerment | Beyond the Sig

    In today’s episode, we welcome Jerry Meece, who is a major leader in diabetes management with nearly 25 years of experience. We discuss how diabetes education has evolved from a knowledge-based approach to a patient empowerment-based approach. Jerry also discussed the 10 minute consult that he created and how that can be implemented in your DSMES practice. He provides encouraging advice about how pharmacists can become more involved in diabetes management at a higher level.  
    References: PSAD Special Issue PaperTrends in diabetes self-management education
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/dme.14256
    Diabetes Self Management Education Patient Empowerment
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    • 29 min

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118 Ratings

118 Ratings

Isabelle Litvak ,

Amazing

I am a huge fan of Todd Eury. Not only is he great at what he does, but he’s a great teacher and mentor! All the podcasts are made with such perfection and detail and incredibly fun to listen to!

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Pharmacy Management Software

Just got done talking with Todd about some innovative new software platforms, be sure to listen in.
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BeautiCap ,

Very informative!!!

Pharmacy podcast is very informative and makes sure we are up to date on the latest pharmacy news. Follow them for updates!

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