As a podcasting 1st, the Pharmacy Podcast was launched in 2009 and has transformed into the Pharmacy Podcast Network with over 67,000+ listeners and subscribers and is the largest network of podcasts in the U. S. Healthcare System dedicated to the pharmacy industry. Our 25+ podcast co-hosts are some of the most brilliant minds in Pharmacy with 17 different podcast channels about Independent Community, Compounding, Long-term Care, Specialty, Hospital Systems, and Small Chain Pharmacy Businesses. Pharmacy Podcast™ is a registered trademark


We welcomed 9 new co-hosts in 2016 7 of those 9 are Pharmacists

We created 5 new Pharmacy Podcast Network Segments, including: Our original co-host anchored the Pharmacy Podcast Show in early 2016 and committed to 4 to 6 shows and pumped out a mind-boggling 25 episodes, thank you ERIN!!     

o  The Patients Podcast - Where the Voice of the Patient is the most important Voice in Healthcare ---thank you Kristy! 

o The Gavel & Pestle Podcast - The Fusion of Pharmacy & Law ----thank you Darshan!! 

o  The Specialty Pharmacy Podcast - going big in 2017 (first stolen then recovered) ---Thank you Harry for backing me with some HUGE industry forces against us! (lol) 

o  The Relaunch of the 'Pharmacy Future Leaders' --thank you Tony, this has been a dream since the beginning, it died and you helped me revive it!!! 

o  The Fit Pharmacist - the newbies, Adam and Christina, thank you for your passion, quirky, nerdy, dedication to a BIG show segment to come!!                 

· Blair generated a ton of attention from the ASCP and MTM land and the ASCP is committed to a 12 part series in 2017!! Thank you Blair! 

·  Nicolle McClure has been promoted to president of her company GRX Marketing and has been really busy, but we're excited about her Pharmacy Marketing Segment!! Thank you Nicolle


We will welcome Jeff Hedges Pharmacy Compliant Guide, monthly segment. 

I am so thankful for our dedicated Pharmacy Podcast Co-Hosts. We all put a tremendous amount of time, time, time, money, time, wine, Saturday mornings, passion, late nights, and time into the show.

We thank our podcast subscribers & listeners and ask that you support the show in 2017 with your networks and sponsor support. 


Todd S. Eury - Pharmacy Podcast Show Founder 

Direct download: 2016_Wrap_Up_Show_Pharmacy_Podcast.mp3
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Pharmacy Future Leaders - Jennifer Adams, PharmD, EdD - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 373

The Pharmacy Podcast #PharmacyFutureLeaders

Roads to Academia and Walmart Scholars

Guest: Jennifer Adams, PharmD, EdD

Senior Student Affairs Advisor at American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy


Jennifer Adams, PharmD, EdD, a graduate of Boise State University, Idaho State University, and The George Washington University is currently employed as Senior Student Affairs Advisor at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, providing leadership and oversight for association national student affairs activities including PharmCAS, PCAT, the Pharmacy Career Information Council, and student recruitment.

  1. Everyone’s leadership road is different, let’s start with where you are today, and how you became a leader in AACP helping pre-pharmacy and pharmacy students with their futures.
  1. When we talked earlier, you mentioned that if 10 academics were in a room, likely 8 of those had different paths to academia. What can you tell those who are looking for a career if the paths are so different?
  1. How important is volunteering and precepting to a successful academic application?
  1. What can you talk about regarding applying to pharmacy school academic positions and then maybe the actual process if appropriate?
  1. I’d like to hear more about the Walmart Scholars program, I’ve heard of it, 85 $1000 scholarships, but I’d like as much detail as you can give us.
    1. Who can qualify as a Walmart scholar? You mentioned a very rigorous selection process.
    2. What does a scholar do and what is the mentor’s role?
    3. Where can a student find materials on the program?
    4. When is the next deadline, I think you mentioned February.
    5. Why would someone apply to the program? Do they have to want to be in academia?
    6. How would someone find out if they were selected?
  1. Tell me a little bit more about what it’s like to be a Wal-Mart scholar at the AACP annual meeting, you mentioned it’s a badge label that carries significant recognition.
  1. Can you tell me a little bit more about the meeting coming up in Nashville and what someone, student or practitioner can expect?
  1. What preprograms and conference highlights do you anticipate having? E.g., junior faculty mentoring program, teacher’s seminar, publishing workshop . . .



Twitter: @jlaadams





Direct download: Pharmacy_Future_Leaders_-_Jennifer_Adams.mp3
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The Pharmacy Compliance Guide - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 372

The newest segment to the Pharmacy Podcast Network is a partnership with RJ Hedges & Associates bringing our listeners the Pharmacy Compliance Guide. 

R.J. Hedges & Associates has a dedicated team, devoted to providing complete turnkey healthcare compliance programs for our clients. We offer easy-to-use Policy and Procedure Manuals and Programs that contain all requirements for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Medicare Quality Standards; HIPAA Compliance with HITECH requirements; Compounding; Fraud, Waste & Abuse Prevention; OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen requirements; Human Resource Management, Immunization requirements, and business consulting services.

About the co-host: Jeffrey Hedges

Jeff Hedges -- President & CEO of R. J. Hedges & Associates of New Florence, PA.  After serving in the United States Air Force for 27 years, Jeff transitioned into the private sector, developing software to help independent pharmacies understand and become compliant with HIPAA.  Later, Jeff founded R. J. Hedges & Associates to support healthcare providers with compliance services and software solutions.  

Today his company offers comprehensive customized healthcare compliance and consulting services for independent pharmacies, home health care facilities, medical supply companies, physicians and other small practices throughout the United States.

 Jeff is a sought-after speaker at numerous seminars and national conferences, educating his audiences on healthcare compliance, especially relating to the pharmacy and Durable Medical Equipment (DME) communities.   Jeff is a board-certified DME Specialist (CDME) and serves on the Board of Directors for the Board of Certification/Accreditation (BOC); BOC is the only accreditation organization that was founded by an independent pharmacist.  

In 2014, the Better Business Bureau awarded R. J. Hedges & Associates a Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.  In 2015, O&P News named Jeff one of the Top 175 Innovators in Orthotics and Prosthetics.


R.J. Hedges & Associates

978 Pumphouse Road  

PO Box H  New Florence, PA 15944  

Phone: (724) 357-8380  




Direct download: The_Pharmacy_Compliance_Guide_First.mp3
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How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself - the Fit Pharmacist - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 371
How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself!
Our website:
To learn more about our Rx4Success Mentoring Group, visit: 
Features of the program:
  • Monthly group coaching calls to support you in your business endeavors
  • Step-by-step process to launch and grow your pharmacy/nutrition business
  • Network with like-minded pharmacists and pharmacy students
  • Receive Certificate of Recognition upon completion of the program

Rx4Success Group Syllabus 2017:

The calls will be based on our Six Pillars of Success:
  1. Fundamentals
  2. Skill Building
  3. Marketing
  4. Sales
  5. Client Acquisition and
  6. Customer Service
Direct download: Stop_Sabotaging_Yourself_-_the_Fit_Pharmacist.mp3
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'Men'toring Women: Why Mentoring Women is Critical to Healthcare and Pharmacy Career Development - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 370

'Men'toring' Women: Why Mentoring Women is Critical to Healthcare and Pharmacy Career Development - Guest: Dr. David Borst  

Dr. David Borst:
Indiegogo Campaign on The S(He) Says Guide to Mentoring - Pre order the book until 12/31/16


Who's at the Helm in US Healthcare? A tracker of gender in healthcare and pharmacy corporation helms: 

Pharmacy Future Leaders - Elisha Andreas - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 369


Travel Vaccines

Guest: Elisha Andreas (email:

Community Pharmacy Practice Resident

Elisha comments: “A true Iowa City native through and through. I am a 2016 graduate of the University of Iowa, College of Pharmacy and the Current PGY-1 Community Resident. My practice site is at the Hy-Vee DrugStore Pharmacy in Iowa City, IA where I spend my time in direct patient care activities such as travel clinic, enhanced patient counseling, smoking cessation and diabetes education, MTM, and immunizations. Community pharmacy has been a passion of mine since I was first exposed as a technician nearly 8 years ago. I thrive on direct patient education and building trusting patient-provider relationships. Outside of pharmacy, I enjoy exploring new restaurants with family and friends, as well as spending time with my dog, Samson.”

  1. Everyone’s leadership road is different, let’s start with where you are today, and how you got into your current position.
  1. How did you fit the aspects of choosing, applying for and visiting potential residency sites in your P4 year? Why did you choose Iowa and Iowa City community pharmacy residency specifically for your residency? 
  1. How do you feel you became a leader/innovator at the University of Iowa and how the opportunities you had there helped you.
  1. What exactly is a travel clinic? What did you / residency site preceptor have to do to get approval for this clinic? How is it going? 
  1. What other clinical activities are you doing at HyVee? How can other pharmacists / pharmacies learn from what you are doing? e.g., biometric screenings, immunizations, MTM, diabetes
  1. How does HyVee's central fill take off some of the dispensing role so that you can expand these services? What is it about HyVee that makes it a good place to perform these services (they invested in a resident, but besides that, does employee owned affect the way things go?) 
  1. How does working within a multiple site residency program develop your skills and ability to provide these services?  What would you recommend students look for who are thinking about residency?
  1. How does being so close to a research-intensive College of Pharmacy open opportunities for you and the travel clinic?
  1. Are you doing the PEPPR program and how is that going? How do you interact with other residents in the program?




Direct download: Pharmacy_Future_Leaders_Elisha_Andreas.mp3
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DSCSA Compliant Track & Trace Technology - Infinitrak - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 368

This episode of the Pharmacy Podcast, we interview healthcare visionary and technologist Denise Giraldez Garcia, CEO & Chief Compliance Officer at InfiniTrak. 

Technology with infinite reach, helping pharmacists improve patient care, InfiniTrak is the most cost-effective software solution to track and trace requirements that puts you in the driver’s seat, controlling your information, ensuring your compliance, and freeing you up to spend time on your customer-patients. 

To ensure your business is fully compliant with the FDA’s new U.S. Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) regulations, InfiniTrak has partnered with state associations, related buying groups, and other affiliated organizations that know your compliance needs are a priority.

Learn more today, contact the Infinitrak Team:


620 Herndon Parkway, Suite 220

Herndon, Virginia, 20170 ​

Phone: 844-INFINI-1


Direct download: InfiniTrak_DSCSA_Pharmacy_Podcast.mp3
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Pharmacy Future Leaders - Kellyn Moran - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 367


Industry Fellowship

Guest: Kellyn Moran (email:

2015-2017 UIC Medication Adherence Fellow



Today we're going to be talking with Kellyn Moran, the 2015-2017 Medication Adherence Fellow sponsored by the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and Takeda (Tuh Kay Duh) Pharmaceuticals. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2015 from the UIC College of Pharmacy. Throughout pharmacy school, Dr. Moran conducted qualitative research in patient safety at the UIC Department of Medical Education housed within the school of medicine.

She also contributed to community-based practice research aimed at improving the quality of care for vulnerable populations. Dr. Moran is interested in using outcomes research to improve medication adherence. Her current research interests include quality of care, pharmacy program evaluation and economic modeling.

  1. Everyone’s leadership road is different, let’s start with where you are today, and how you got into your current position. 

1b. A lot of the dissatisfaction with some pharmacy jobs is the lack of being able to see progress, and through health outcomes research, it sounds like you can see how these patient populations progress.  

  1. How did you fit the aspects of choosing, applying for and visiting potential fellowships in your P4 year? Why did you choose UIC?
  1. How do you feel you became a leader/innovator and how did the opportunities you had there helped you. 
  1. What exactly does a fellow do in their first year and their second year? How does that transition to a PhD? 
  1. How is industry different than retail and hospital preparation, I know it’s a different world, but can you help describe that?
  1. I went to Maryland an urban campus and you are in downtown Chicago, tell us a little about what it’s like to be in an urban center and the opportunities it affords.
  1. Students know where to go in looking for community or hospital residencies, but where do you look for industry fellowships? 
  1. What does it mean to be a researcher, I understand the concept in a broad sense, but what experience do you need in professional school to move that title forward? 
  1. What blanket advice would you have for new graduates?


Email Kellyn:

Contact through LinkedIn: 





Direct download: Pharmacy_Future_Leaders_Kellyn_Moran.mp3
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The Compliance Packaging Advantage - Pharmacy Podcast Episode 366

Pharmacy Podcast co-host and President of GRX Marketing interviews pharmacy owner Eric Pusey, R.Ph., CDE, with Medicap Pharmacy in Olyphant, Pennsylvania and current president of the Pennsylvania Pharmacist Association.

What is compliance packaging? Pharmacies across the nation now have another option to offer their medication management patients with medication compliance packaging, whereby a patient’s medications are blister-packed into cards or another packaged system organized by time-of-day and day-of-week.

The pharmacy staff organizes all the medications for your a patient's convenience. A multi-dose packaging system makes everything simpler for patients. Sorted and packaged by a staff member or pharmacist, each dose is personalized for that specific patient and they’re clearly labeled by date and time of day, giving the patient comfort of knowing they took the right medication at the right time.  No more guesswork, and no more bottles or pillboxes.

For more information on marketing Compliance Packaging to your patients contact GRX Marketing:

Today's guest was Mr. Eric Pusey, R.Ph., CDE

Medicap Pharmacy

514 Burke Bypass Olyphant, PA 18447-1805

Phone: 570-383-6700

Direct download: The_Compliance_Packaging_Advantage.mp3
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