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Medical PotCast Host Joseph Friedman welcomes special guest Dr. Leslie Mendoza Temple. 

Dr. Leslie Mendoza Temple is the Medical doctor in integrative medicine and is a board-certified Family Practitioner who cares for adults, children and infants.

While Dr. Mendoza Temple earned her medical degree at the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in the Philippines, her passion for complementary and alternative medicine evolved. Dr. Mendoza Temple returned to the U.S. to complete her Family Medicine residency training at NorthShore.

Following residency, she completed a 2 year dual fellowship. Her expertise is reflected in her contribution to textbooks, lectures and research articles in the field of Family and Integrative Medicine.

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Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 9:27am EDT

Phrmacy Podcast Network's - Compounding Pharmacy mavens Dr. Seth DePasquale & Bryan Prince welcome Java Coleman to the Pharmacy Inspection Podcast. 

Java Coleman is a consultant for the pharmaceutical industry through XLN Collaborative Consulting. Java has been working for many year now in the area of process improvement. He’s also worked at large organizations like Fagron, Apex and Nestle in their operations and improvement divisions. Feel free to reach out to Java: 


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Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 12:30am EDT

We interview Pharmacy Business veteran, Christian Herrington Corporate Vice President of Pharmacy Strategies with H. D. Smith.

As corporate vice president pharmacy strategies, Christian Herrington is building an area of the company focused on strategic initiatives, designed to support the longevity, stability and continued growth of independent community pharmacy. Decades of national industry leadership experiences are evidence that Christian truly understands, and is dedicated to, the mission of providing extraordinary service to H. D. Smith’s customers.

Whether you’re considering retirement, opening a brand new store, advertising your pharmacy, or expanding to a new location, you need a trusted partner to guide you through these critical moments in your pharmacy career.

VentureRx is a program intended to fully support the start-up, purchase, sale, and related transition strategies of community pharmacies. Dedicated to both the people and process involved in starting, buying and selling, VentureRx empowers pharmacy owners to shape the future of their business.

VentureRx will help you navigate the complex world of buying and selling to ensure the best interest of your pharmacy before, during and after the transition.

In addition to financial services, pharmacists seeking assistance are also offered store branding, marketing, merchandising, managed care and full front-of-store designs and programs to help create a strong foundation to a successful business. Pharmacists interested in this transitional assistance program will be able to select from a variety of solutions based on their individual needs. 

About: VentureRx | Pharmacy Transition Strategies

Direct download: H._D._Smith_Christian_Herrington.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 7:57am EDT

This week Seth & Bryan talks with Rad Dillon. He is a pharmacist and certified surveyor and consultant for the Accreditation Commission for Health Care with a lot of experience performing PCAB accreditation audits. Rad also has experience in writing Standard Operating Procedures and pharmacy management. He’s also attained the American Society for Quality’s Quality Auditing (CQA) and Quality Management/Operational Excellence (CMQ OE) certifications.

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Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 3:57pm EDT

This week Seth & Bryan talks with Rad Dillon. He is a pharmacist and certified surveyor and consultant for the Accreditation Commission for Health Care with a lot of experience performing PCAB accreditation audits. Rad also has experience in writing Standard Operating Procedures and pharmacy management. He’s also attained the American Society for Quality’s Quality Auditing (CQA) and Quality Management/Operational Excellence (CMQ OE) certifications.

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Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 3:56pm EDT


Bio: Dorie Clark is an adjunct professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a professional speaker. She is the author of Entrepreneurial You (Harvard Business Review Press). Her previous books include Reinventing You and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine, one of the Top 10 Business Books of the Year by Forbes, and was aWashington Post bestseller. The New York Times has described her as an “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives.”

A former presidential campaign spokeswoman, she is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, and is a consultant and speaker for clients such as Google, Yale University, and the World Bank. She is also a producer of a multiple Grammy-winning jazz album. You can download her free Entrepreneurial You self-assessment workbook and learn more at

Direct download: Dorie_Clark_on_Pharming_Your_Career.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 10:21pm EDT

The newest podcast, part of the Pharmacy Podcast Network, is the 'Pharmacy Technician Podcast' with host Mike Johnston, CPhT & CEO of the NPTA

The Pharmacy Technician Podcast is a podcast publication partnership between the National Pharmacy Technician Association and the Pharmacy Podcast Network.

This podcast is dedicated to the all of pharmacy technicians who assist our pharmacists, help manage the daily operations in thousands of pharmacies, and deliver vital pharmacy healthcare services to patients.

The National Pharmacy Technician Association, the NPTA, is the world's largest professional organization established specifically for pharmacy technicians.

The association is dedicated to advancing the value of pharmacy technicians and the vital roles they play in pharmaceutical care.

Please share this podcast with all your pharmacy technician associates, friends, and networks. Reach out to the NPTA on FACEBOOK and send a message to Mike and say hello: 

Mike Johnston, CPhT

Office:  832-426-2674

Direct download: Pharmacy_Technician_Podcast_Launch.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

Dr. Maurice Shaw, Doctor of Comedy joins Dr. Adam Martin, the Fit Pharmacist to talk about the importance of laughter, being a positive role model, and having a heart to make other's laugh. 

Laughter decreases stress hormones and increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving your resistance to disease. Laughter triggers the release of endorphins, the body's natural feel-good chemicals. Endorphins promote an overall sense of well-being and can even temporarily relieve pain.

The Fit Pharmacist, LLC 


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Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 1:43pm EDT

The mission of Generation Rx is to educate people of all ages about the potential dangers of misusing prescription medications. In doing so, we strive to enhance medication safety among our youth, college students, other adults in our communities, and seniors. Prescription medications can help us live longer and healthier lives, but any medication has the potential to do harm – especially when misused.

Since 2009, the College of Pharmacy at The Ohio State University and the Cardinal Health Foundation have partnered to provide open source educational materials that anyone can use to help prevent the misuse of prescription drugs. These ready-to-use resources are designed to provide everything you need to make a presentation or offer a program in your community, school or college.

Our core messages are quite simple:

  • Only use prescription medications as directed by a health professional.
  • Never share your prescription medications with others or use someone else’s medications.
  • Always store your medications securely to prevent others from taking them, and properly dispose of medications that you no longer need.
  • Be a good example to those around you by modeling these safe medication-taking practices and discussing the dangers of misusing prescription drugs with your family, friends, colleagues, students, or patients.

Role of Community Pharmacy:

Direct download: RBC_2017_GenerationRx.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 11:25am EDT

Specialty Pharmacy Podcast co-host Christopher Kennedy, COO with Heritage Biologics interviews the founder of HemoTool, Dakota Rosenfelt. 
HemoTool is Unlike Any Other Bleeding Disorder App

Hi! My name is Dakota Rosenfelt and I am a 21-year-old with Severe Hemophilia A. Diagnosed at 13 months of age, I have grown up only knowing life with a bleeding disorder. However, I refuse to let that set me back, define who I am, or limit my goals. From an early age, I learned the importance of maintaining a prophylactic schedule, keeping track of bleeds, and knowing when it was time to order more factor; in other words, there is MUCH more to managing a bleeding disorder beyond just self-infusion.

During my high school years, I quickly began to fill my schedule with various activities and events which made time-management all-that-more important. I began thinking of how I could manage both the activities of my daily life along with the various responsibilities which come hand-in-hand with having Hemophilia in an efficient manner. The “lightbulb” moment came once I was approached by my local HTC in Kansas City to take part in an extended half-life factor trial. While participating in the study, I was given a device to track all my treatments and the thing was cumbersome and just plain awful.

Once I started to think of things which would make the device easier to use, I began researching other current technologies and apps which existed and found one thing in common; none of them had the simplistic functionality and ease-of-use I had been looking for. It was at this time that I began my journey of creating a mobile app that was all-encompassing; a “tool” I could fit in my pocket which allowed me to independently manage my hemophilia when it was convenient for me, but also with minimal hassle.

Thus, HemoTool was born!

My work did not end there, I felt there was much more I could do for my community and for the many others worldwide living with chronic medical conditions. To make my mission possible I started a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was created to assist those living with chronic medical conditions in managing their overall health and improving their clinical outcome. I have made it my personal mission to ensure all affected by chronic conditions have one less thing to worry about in life. Nothing speaks to me more than someone overcoming a condition and living life to its fullest. We shouldn’t have to say “I suffer from a chronic condition;” we should be saying ”A chronic condition suffers from me!

Yours in Health,

Dakota Rosenfelt
Creator of HemoTool
President of the Board – Click & Go App Designs, Inc

Direct download: The_Entrepreneurial_Proactive_Patient.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 12:00am EDT