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Sep 20, 2018

Rx Owners Podcast host Colin Angle delivers episode 2 of the podcast dedicated to Pharmacy Ownership. 
We are going to focus this episode on pharmacists helping independent pharmacists by interviewing Vinesh Darji, Chief Operating Officer for Benzer Pharmacies and Raven Solomon a Clinical Pharmacist with the Benzer Team.
Vinesh Darji
Experience as a pharmacist for a retail pharmacy chain behind the counter, the pros, and cons.
1. How often did you consult a customer/patient?
2. What did your daily schedule consist of?
3. Did you receive business assistance annually? Did you get coached on how to run a successful pharmacy?
4. What type of support did you receive for contracting, compliance, and business strategy? Were you left to fend for yourself?
Raven Solomon
Experience as a pharmacist, history, goals, and why she is working at Benzer. 
1. When you were in school, did you ever see yourself working in an office? Why and why not? 
2. As a Clinical Pharmacist, what does your day to day consist of? 
3. Did you ever think you would be building out sophisticated programs for a large number of pharmacies? 
The Challenges a Pharmacy Owner face 
1. You both are pharmacists not working in retail pharmacy, but helping the independent pharmacist. Strictly from a pharmacist perspective, do you feel that independent pharmacies are left to fend for themselves too much? 
2. What is the most common issue pharmacists face day-to-day?
3. If you had to chose a la carte, what support, resources, and help would you want for your pharmacy?