Tue, 28 February 2017
Serving the Underserved
P4 at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
Welcome to the Pharmacy Podcast Network, I’m your cohost Tony Guerra for the PharmacyFutureLeaders podcast broadcasting from DMACC’s Ankeny Campus.
Connect with me on Twitter at Tony_PharmD or on YouTube at TonyPharmD where you can find over 700 pharmacy videos supporting my audiobook Memorizing Pharmacology and new book How to Pronounce Drug Names, both available on Amazon.
Today we're going to be talking with Christine Dimaculangan a P4 at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy who has specific interests in serving the underserved, community pharmacy, and public health. Welcome to the pharmacy podcast.
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Link to Summer Medical Institute in Philadelphia http://mcophilly.org/smi-philadelphia/
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Direct download: Pharmacy_Future_Leaders_-_Christine_Dimaculangan.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 12:01am EDT
Sun, 26 February 2017
Gavel & Pestle Podcast host - Darshan Kulkarni talks about the effects of non-compliant pharmacies and pharmacy law.
Due to the meningitis outbreak caused by NECC’s products, FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, MD, was twice called to testify before Congress. She explained that the FDA is inadequately empowered to regulate these compounding pharmacies. Most recently, Commissioner Hamburg revealed that inspections by the agency have found appalling conditions in other compounding pharmacies. Inspections carried out from February through April have documented rusty tools, bare-handed employees handling drugs, and black particles in “sterile” solutions. According to the commissioner, these unacceptable conditions cause significant risks to public health.
Darshan Kulkarni has extensive experience handling complex regulatory affairs related to pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceuticals, and medical devices. Darshan can identify FDA compliance risks and work with your organization to develop proactive strategies to mitigate these risks. By working with us as your FDA attorney and regulatory consultant, you earn change management skills and the education to develop the right global regulatory strategies for you.
Phone: 215-703-7842 1001
Tue, 21 February 2017
Pharmacy Podcast Network Blair Thielemier, PharmD interviews Clay Bullard, President of PGx Medical.
The PGx Medical team works alongside clinicians to help determine the right drug, the right dose, for the right person through their pharmacogenetic program, making it simple for physicians, pharmacists and healthcare professionals to incorporate personalized medicine into their patient care. This test guides providers in making actionable clinical decisions by optimizing patient medications.
PGx Medical believes you will lower healthcare costs, increase clinical efficiencies all while improving patient quality of life.
Clay Bullard, President
3917A E. Memorial Road
Edmond, OK 73013
Thu, 16 February 2017
The HIMSS 2017 Preview Show
HIMSS17 Conference: http://www.himssconference.org
Women's Programs at HIMSS:
Thank you to HIMSS and Joyce Lofstrom, MS, APRSenior Director, Corporate Communications at HIMSS for this opportunity to attend and provide press coverage at HIMSS17!
HIMSS programs for pharmacists, pharmacy, biosimilars and drugs:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17fOELPkShr9E0C88-fBFFve69znOUjGK94BqvYUhchg/edit?usp=sharing
Mandi Bishop: @mandibpro; Aloha Health: http://www.aloha.me
Kristin Eilenberg: @keilenberg; Lodescore: http://hello.lodescore.com
Tue, 14 February 2017
Healthcare Businesswomen's Association: http://www.hbanet.org
Linkedin Long Post on these 6 steps: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-ways-really-support-women-why-i-didnt-march-erin-l-?trk=mp-reader-card
Who's at the helm of healthcare? A tracker of gender and C-suite healthcare execs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1f2vLf3GmXn7-oGSlm7OwCOIt1lGMb8OPzbUODdMF2YQ/edit?usp=sharing
Pink Magazine (now digitally Little Pink Book): http://www.littlepinkbook.com
Yahoo! Finance (For SEC filings for for-profit businesses): https://finance.yahoo.com
Guidestar (For Form 990s, with non-profit organizations): http://www.guidestar.org/Home.aspx
The S(He) Says Guide to Mentoring (Coming spring 2017): https://www.facebook.com/SHeSaysGuidetoMentoring/
Why Mentoring and Sponsorship are Key to Gender Parity: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-mentoring-sponsorship-key-women-gender-parity-erin-l-?trk=mp-reader-card
Atlanta, GA - Women on Board workshops: https://atlantawomen.org/wob/
The Women's Campaign School at Yale: http://www.wcsyale.org (Application for the 2017 summer session runs through April 10, 2017.)
Women in State Legislatures 2017: http://www.cawp.rutgers.edu/women-state-legislature-2017
Erin Albert, MBA, PharmD, JD, PAHM
Mon, 13 February 2017
Research and National Residency Searches
Today we're going to be talking with Sunish Shah, a Student Pharmacist in his final year at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Sunish currently practices as a pharmacotherapeutics tutor at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and as a Pharmacy Intern at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital.
Sunish is passionate about critical care medicine, infectious disease, mentorship within the profession of pharmacy and clinical research. He has recently been awarded first place for a parenteral nutrition study by the Delaware Valley Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Contact Guest: Sunish Shah
P4 at Usciences COP
SPECIAL THANKS to our episode sponsor: USciences
CONTACT DR. TONY GUERRA:
Tony Guerra, Pharm.D.
Direct download: Pharmacy_Future_Leaders_-_Sunish_Shah.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 5:22pm EDT
Thu, 9 February 2017
Gavel & Pestle Podcast host -Darshan Kulkarni, PharmD, MS, Esq - provides insight on Off-Label indication and illegal promotion of drugs. What you don't know can get you thrown in jail or millions in fines.
Providing Coverage for Off-label Prescriptions
References: BioWorld Perspectives
Wed, 8 February 2017
A Pharmacist’s Financial Planner
Usually we talk with innovative new pharmacy practitioners and soon to be pharmacy graduates, but today we’ll talk to with an innovative provider to pharmacists.
Tim Baker is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and owner of Script Financial, a fee-only financial planning firm dedicated to helping pharmacists meet their financial goals. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and after spending some time in the Army and in the private sector working as a logistician, he decided to pivot to the financial services industry because of his desire to work with and help people 1-on-1. He first worked for a small independent firm before workings specifically with the pharmacy profession.
Tim spends much of his time reading and listening to shows about pharmacy (like the Pharmacy Podcast Show!) to better understand the profession in order to provide the highest quality service to his clients. Tim is based in Baltimore, MD, but works with clients nationwide.
A Pharmacist’s Financial Planner
Guest: Tim Baker CFP
Tue, 7 February 2017
The Patient's Podcast - Kristy Sobel talks with Dr. Carmen Johanning who's a passionate licensed Chiropractor in Richmond, Virginia.
Kristy Sobel has had the pleasure of knowing Kristy for over 20 years. She has seen her journey thru and navigates thru her health challenges and the healthcare system.
Dr. Johanning adds, "As I treat patients who have been thru traditional/allopathic medicine . these are some of the things that I wish patients who deal with chronic health conditions knew."
About Dr. Johanning
Dr. Johanning completed her pre-chiropractic studies at Hamline University in St. Paul Minnesota. After graduating from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1992, she decided to leave the cold winters of Minnesota and head to the beautiful state of Virginia.
In her 24 years in practice, Dr. Johanning has had the privilege of helping hundreds of people not only with pain relief from back pain and headaches, but also with optimizing their overall health and making positive healthy lifestyle changes.
CONTACT -- KRIST Y SOBEL: KRISTYSOBELHOPE@GMAIL.COM
Thu, 2 February 2017
Part 2: The Future of Work in Pharmacy & Healthcare
Article on this over at LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-pharmacy-jobswhere-you-can-work-from-home-erin-l-?trk=prof-post
APhA Pathways Program: http://www.pharmacist.com/apha-career-pathway-evaluation-program-pharmacy-professionals
How to become a Thought Leader: http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnrampton/2016/08/19/how-to-become-a-thought-leader/#7b4f146e585c
15 Sites Where you can Freelance: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/245953
Writing to enhance your career with Dr. Voci - Pharmacy Podcast: http://erinalbert.com/blog/?p=8662
What is a Medical Science Liaison? http://pharmacypodcast.com/podcast/medical-science-liaison/
Places who hire pharmacists to work from home (typically in a W-2, but sometimes as a 1099):
1. Healthcare insurance companies - prior authorization, formulary, fraud/abuse/waste, pipeline or new drugs
2. Community pharmacy - telepharmacy, counseling patients from home
3. Pharmaceutical/Biotech industry - field based MSL (see link above for other podcast), HECON or HEOR MSL, pharma sales, sales management. Someone at LinkedIn suggested clinical research as well - working for a clinical research organization (CRO) as a clinical research associate (CRA), etc.