3 surefire ways to kill your pharmacy business
from By Greg L. Alston
When I started in pharmacy in 1975, doctors could check a box on the prescription that said "do not label," and we would not be allowed to tell the patient what was in the bottle. There were no pharmacy technicians, no computers, no patient profiles and no clinical coursework was required in pharmacy school. Now computers not only print the labels and manage profiles, but they also perform all of the billing for prescriptions. The funny thing is that through all of these changes in scope of practice and technology, the simple principles of running a drugstore have not changed.
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