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Times and Behavior are Changing

Times and Behavior are Changing Every day goes by quickly now. June has almost ended, giving way to July. July is an extremely busy month, juggling the schedule to meet everyone's demands is becoming a task beyond that of a mortal office staff. Last minute cancellations are creating havoc in the operations of the office. One particular new patient has cancelled three times, less than one day before his initial evaluation. It's odd. I understand urgent or emergent needs to... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, June 27, 2017
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PBMs What has happened to the world of pharmacy? In the not too distant past, people would walk to their neighborhood drug store, drop off their prescriptions and for a reasonable price, buy their medications. Pharmacists were committed to their communities and were an invaluable resource to their patrons. It was not uncommon for pharmacists and physicians to talk on the phone about cases and medications that might help reduce the symptoms of a disease. Sounds like a Norman Rockwell... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, June 20, 2017
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Culling of the Herd

Culling of the Herd When was the last time you were asked for advice and the person asking for the advice did not accept any of your opinions about the situation? You gave not just one or two options, but three or four solution variations and they were dismissed as impossible. I experienced that circumstance just within the last two weeks. It made for a frustrating day. First and foremost, caring for the infirm is a complex, complicated job. It requires a great amount of grace and front... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, June 13, 2017
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