In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Nathorn Chaiyakunapruk about his recent study on intermittent fasting, published in JAMA Network here. He will discuss his study, what he and his research team learned about intermittent fasting when it comes to health benefits and health associations; the health differences between intermittent fasting and plain ol' calorie restriction; what the evidence says about intermittent fasting working for specific diseases and most importantly, if there is enough evidence to say that we should try intermittent fasting in our battle against a growing obesity problem. Dr. Chaiyakunapruk is a researcher and professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy in Salt Lake City. He earned his Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his PhD in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program from the University of Washington. You can read his full bio and research publications here. To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subcribe to her newsletter here!
Guys. I can't tell you how excited I am to begin the "In The Trenches" series where I get to shut up and hear from YOU. But first, I vent (of course) about how frustrating it can be for prescribers to e-scribe Paxlovid, Molnupiravir, etc without first calling to ask if you have it in stock. We also bring up the news that we might be giving out N95 masks to patients from the government (yay?). And, finally, we begin "In The Trenches" series by talking with fellow pharmacist Sam Sciotti about work before covid vs during covid. We also touch on vaccine appointment strategies at his pharmacy and end it with not one, but TWO patients of the week from Sam himself. It was an honor to talk with a fellow colleague who is with us every day in the trenches. Enjoy! Thank you all once again for your support! Continue to reach out to me through Twitter and Facebook and let me know what YOU want to talk about. If it's happening in your pharmacy, I want to hear about it! A huge thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this week's episode. Visit www.betterhelp.com/retell to take charge of your mental health and get 10% off your first month! Also, don't forget to check out our sponsor Pen Needle Ultiguard Safe Pack to learn how you can make true, positive change in the lives of your patients!
For 2022, we are adding to the Lisa glossary. This week, we are talking about ditching the file cabinet and establishing essential household binders. I also want to be your teacher to help you get your home and work paper organized and functional. No matter when you begin your transformational journey (or when you need to reset or restart), this information will be here as a reference for you. Listen in as I teach you about the ideas and beliefs that are at the core of everything I teach and how I approach organizing. As a professional organizer, I used to teach people how to build (and hopefully maintain) a color-coded file cabinet at home. But, in 2017, I had a sickening revelation that what I was teaching was not working. In a short time, I heard from two audience members who needed to emergently evacuate. No matter how organized their files were, their paper was not portable. I am a functional organizer, and I learned that our paper needs to be portable and limited to a reasonable amount of space. It was time to ditch the file cabinets and organize reference papers into essential household binders. File cabinets are typically not well-maintained and they are certainly not portable. America needs a better solution for reference paperwork. After some ongoing analysis, I realized that household paper generally fits into four categories. I look at my own life experience caring for my ill father and settling his estate. I look at my life as a homeowner. I thought about all of the information it took to keep my household organized and my family functioning. There were no ready-made systems for being a caregiver and executor when my father passed away. I have worked with the members of the team who have gone through similar life challenges to try and make our binders as broad and effective as possible. But, because they are binders, they can also be adapted to handle any life situation you encounter. I created a reference binder for each of the four areas of essential household paperwork. Tax forms and kid's memories live outside of this system, but everything else that needs to be saved can typically be fit into one of the four essential binders. The Four Essential Household Binders Organize 365® sells physical binders to help with your household paper organization. The contents for each binder are also detailed in The Paper Solution book. However, our physical binders have multiple pages of worksheets that help get the information from the many places it lives organized into one location. Setting up the binders will make your life more organized and easier. But, it is also a gift for your family. If anyone else ever needs to take over any portion of your #adulting, they will have what they need at their fingertips. Financial Organizing Binder This binder details your current and future financial information. It includes retirement accounts, vehicles, insurance, home inventory, estate planning, and funeral plans. This binder was originally designed for someone to be able to take over your financial life and close your estate. It can help with tracking bills, setting a house, or cancelling a lease. I estimate that in order to have a comprehensive financial binder, you will get 30% from your file cabinet, 30-40% digital information, and 30-40% in your memory or on random papers in your home. Medical Reference Binder This binder is designed to be used mainly by a caregiver. You can set one up if you are caring for someone else, or you can set one up to make it easier for a friend or family member to care for you. Although medical records are electronic, they are siloed in each medical practice. Many of the software systems do not effectively share information. Pharmacy, doctors, dentists, specialists, and insurance companies all have their own record systems in America. I estimate that 5-10% of this information lives in your file cabinet right now. 40-50% is online in some kind of medical record system. The other 40-55% is not recorded anywhere (yet!). Your medical binder is also a perfect place to keep a list of questions for your next appointment, write down observations, record behavior changes, and communicate with other caregivers. This binder has a comprehensive workbook that includes a health history, childhood milestone tracker, symptom recorder, and place to record what you have already attempted. Life is short and the unexpected happens. We will either need caregivers or be caregivers. Having a portable, concise medical reference binder will help you to get the best care. Household Reference Binder This binder is the one I use most frequently. It is designed for people who are homeowners but can be used if you rent too. This binder is designed to have all the reference information you would keep organized if your house was a person. If you were selling your house tomorrow, you could hand over the binder to the new owners. The binder contains home improvement information, paint colors, appliance information, and landscaping details. Typically, 80% of the contents of this binder are already in your file cabinet. Manuals, make and model numbers, serial numbers, and similar information can be stored in the binder. I also recommend keeping receipts for purchases here too so you know when it was purchased and how much it cost. Household Operations The Household Operations binder is all of the paperwork and information you need to run your household. No matter what kind of dwelling you have, you need a place to track meal planning, cleaning schedules, events, holidays, vacations, and pet information. As a teacher, I think of this binder as my lesson plan book for my family. Why binders? Papers that live in your file cabinet are not enough for someone to come in and manage your life. Some of the information on the pages in the binder lives in your computer, in your head, and in physical places like your wallet. File cabinets are not portable. Most of our emergencies involve leaving the house. We evacuate or lose our homes to a fire or flood. Someone gets hospitalized and we need the paperwork available for the healthcare team. In true emergency situations, it is rare to need reference papers at home. Usually, you need them where you need to go. Papers need to be taken to the family member, a doctor, a lawyer, or a school meeting. File cabinets hold far more information and physical paper than most of us can effectively manage. When I helped professional organization clients clean out their paperwork, most can declutter at least 80%. What about tax paperwork? Keep it in a file cabinet or file box. These items are bulky and rarely referenced. In a true emergency, you could replace them. What about kid-related papers? Kid's School Memory Binder Kids enjoy their own memories most when they are young and can see their own growth and progress. When your kids are in the midst of their accumulation phase or survival phase of life, they probably will not have time to sit down and look through their old math tests and spelling lists. But, when your kids are young, you might be amazed at how much joy they get from looking at their artwork, stories, and projects. They will sit down with their binders and tell stories about school that you might not otherwise get to hear. Have your kids help to make their own memory binder and then use them. Sit down together and see what they have to say about certificates, awards, and their own creations. Warrior Mama Binder For kids who have an IEP or 504, we have the Warrior Mama binder. This is a combination of medical and educational information that will help you to keep your child's paperwork organized and help you to advocate for his or her best education. Walk Softly and Carry a Big Binder My children are adopted and both needed additional support in their educational journey. I found that when I was going to advocate for my kids, I needed the medical and educational papers together for both doctor's appointments and school meetings. I needed medical tests, health records, and learning assessments all in one place. Your binder will hold essential details and can cut down on the time you need to spend to get your support professionals up to speed. This gives you more effective time during appointments. In my own experience, having paper documentation raises your expertise level with professionals and gives you immediate credibility. Why Not Digital? In all the times I have advocated for the people I love, paper has worked best. No one has ever asked me for a digital file. Often, systems are incompatible with one another. Records from the doctor are not easily accessible by the school record-keeping system. Paper is immediate. Sending a digital file after a meeting has not gotten the same results as passing around a physical paper during a meeting when all of the decision-makers are gathered together.
My guest is Dr. Roger Fowler, Vice President, and Chief Medical Director of Quality, Performance and Innovation with CHRISTUS Health in Irving, Texas.As an expert in population health, quality, and healthcare reform, Dr. Fowler offers a rich perspective on the historical events that underpin our current state of U.S. healthcare. His belief is that we must move away from payment systems that reward the quantity of procedures performed, and move toward those programs that reward excellent outcomes for patients and the community.Dr. Fowler describes how quality measures themselves have their origins in the way insurance companies ranked desirable vs. undesirable physicians based on each physician's claims data. It was all about costs. The use of the term Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) is an important reminder of the insurance industry's perspective about medicine vs. the perspective we as physicians have. MLR means that the resources spent on providing medical care for patients is the Loss referred to in this acronym. A family medicine physician for 40 years, Dr. Fowler says when he first heard medical care referred to as a loss it was like fingernails on a blackboard for him.Dr. Fowler has compelling stories of how the healthcare system goes haywire. He talks about the unintended consequences of early “hospitalization insurance” and EMTALA regulations and he laments the various ways unscrupulous characters cash in on patients' vulnerabilities. His expertise and patience almost meet their match with my ignorance about Medicare programs. He labors to help me understand some of the key points of Medicare Advantage, Traditional Medicare, ACOs, Shared Savings programs, and more. After we finished our conversation, I requested a CME certificate.As a patient advocate and expert on population health and quality, he is passionate about getting to a reasonable level of spending on primary care (currently only 5-6% of U.S. healthcare spending is on primary care). He believes doubling the dollars spent on primary care would make significant inroads to address U.S. cost and quality woes.See the newsletter episode #34 for a glossary of some of the terms discussed: https://bit.ly/LTLmoreinfoMeet Roger Fowler, MDDr. Fowler is the Vice President and Chief Medical Director of Quality, Performance and Innovation with CHRISTUS Health, an international not-for-profit health system with hospitals, clinics, physicians and staff in five states and in Latin America.Dr. Fowler envisioned, launched and provided leadership for the department of Population Health for the Trinity Clinic in Tyler, Texas, before that organization merged with CHRISTUS Health. Ultimately, he became the Chief Medical Director of Population Health and Health Plans, and CMO for the CHRISTUS Health Quality Care Alliance (ACO) and CHRISTUS Quality Network (CIN). Most recently Dr. Fowler assumed leadership for the Pharmacy and Quality Improvement departments for the health plan and the Medical Management Department.Dr. Fowler has a broad history of administrative and governance roles, including chairman of the Trinity Clinic board for five years. He began his career as a family medicine physician in a solo practice in 1981 in Kilgore, Texas, providing full spectrum family medicine care. He is a husband, father, grandfather and has been a runner for 43 years.https://www.linkedin.com/in/roger-n-fowler-md-faafp-14513236/RogerNFowler@gmail.comhttps://bit.ly/JAMAarticleEP34https://bit.ly/AAFP_articleEP34SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER: https://bit.ly/LicensedToLeadSignup
Learn how Surescripts solutions are helping to revolutionize the specialty medications experience. Surescripts blog posts on pharmacy and specialty medications The Rise of Pharmacy to the Front Lines of Care and Innovation Avoiding Specialty Pharmacy Detours featuring findings from a Surescripts study in partnership with Accredo An Exercise In Trust: One Multiple Sclerosis Patient's Journey Relevant UN-Scripted Podcast Episodes The Future is Now for Specialty Medications A Day in the Life of a Specialty Pharmacist Managing Chronic Conditions with the Help of Your Pharmacist Press Releases Surescripts Further Streamlines Specialty Prescribing Process With New Services For Specialty Pharmacies Specialty Pharmacists Report Process Delays of Up To 10 Days To Get Patients Started On Treatment Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, we are joined by Dr. Amelia Furbish, PharmD (PhD candidate) and P4 USC College of Pharmacy student, Jordan Staires, to discuss various classes of psychoactive research pharmaceuticals. We review benzodiazepines, cathinones, tryptamines, phenethylamines, Kratom, benzedrex, phenibut, and more. While many medications in these classes have a promising future in clinical psychiatry, some are used recreationally. For that reason, we go over adverse effects, drug-drug interactions, and other aspects of their pharmacology that pharmacists and other healthcare providers should be familiar with. Make sure to keep tabs on Dr. Furbish's journey to completing her medicinal chemistry PhD by following her Instagram page @happypillsrx Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable PowerPoint slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - email@example.com Cole - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
We have heard loud concerns of overwhelmed pharmacists in busy pharmacies. We have also heard of potential pharmacist protests to their employers in the form of a sickout. Pharmacy workforce issues that lead to frustration and burnout are very real. They have been building for some time, but they have become more acute with the stressors brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Workplace conditions have pushed many pharmacists and pharmacy teams to the brink of despair. Pharmacy burnout is a significant patient safety issue. It is impacting patients today with delayed prescription fulfillment, unacceptable waits for vaccines and testing, and potential errors due to high volume, long hours and pressure to meet performance metrics. Well-being APhA and the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations developed the Pharmacy Workplace and Well-being Reporting (PWWR), a safe, confidential, and anonymous space for pharmacy personnel to report positive and negative workplace experiences. PWWR reports create a pool of aggregated data that will be used to influence and educate our pharmacy community and leaders—including those who can do something about it – on meaningful and actionable changes. The experiences and situations submitted via PWWR help tell a collective, powerful story that can spark change and improvement in well-being, delivery of care, and patient safety in pharmacies. APhA unwaveringly supports our pharmacists and the work of pharmacy teams as they seek overdue action from employers to improve eroding workplace conditions. However, we strongly believe that actions such as a sickout where pharmacists would walk away from direct patient care is not an appropriate action. A profession that is rightly demanding action to keep themselves and their patients safe should not compromise public welfare by abandoning patients who rely on them. Serving patients and ensuring patient safety is core to the profession of pharmacy. Pharmacists are caregivers, and we must address the fundamental issues causing burnout and frustration. The public, decision-makers, and regulators must be educated about, and recognize, the seriousness of our pharmacy teams' negative well-being and the need for both additional resources and realistic expectations to safely provide patient care services. The value within our practices are the individuals who serve the health care needs of their patients and communities. Pharmacists are committed to serving these needs and have demonstrated this commitment throughout the pandemic. However, they cannot sustain this commitment without immediate changes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Insights and Innovation with Intelligent Pharmacy Data You can't manage what you can't see. When pharmacy leaders at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital made their medication inventories visible through intelligent data solutions, they were able to make better decisions for their patients, their processes, and their balance sheet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Nevral, Director of Business Development at DisclosedRx, and Zack Robinson, Managing Partner at DisclosedRx, discuss how the company is the first fully disclosed PBM. The fully disclosed model prohibits them from receiving revenue from any source other than their clients. The company's goal is to return trust between the advisor, TPA, and PBM relationship. Nevral and Robinson break down their model and explain how it's possible to become a fully disclosed PBM.Support the show (https://healthcareamericana.com/sponsors/)
In this episode, our guest is Dr. Rajinder Rai, (Ra-GIN-der RIE) PharmD, the founder and CEO of digital wellness company SunRais Health™. With over two decades of experience in the field of pharmacy and pharmaceutical education, Dr. Rai is disrupting this field in holistic and innovative ways. As an advocate for pharmacists, she is actively involved in the advancement of this industry, and currently serves as the president of the Ventura County Chapter of California Pharmacists Association as well as on the advisory board of PatchRx and GoodRx. Dr. Rai aims to guide disease prevention from a holistic approach in order to lead and teach others how to live a healthy, strong, and free life. Main points: 1. Changing role of pharmacists and opportunities for them to pivot 2. Importance of aligning your vision in life with your purpose to have a fulfilling career and life. 3. Helping women get off "auto-pilot" Guest: Dr. Rajinder Rai www.thrivewithdrrai.com | IG: @thrivewithdrrai | www.sunraishealth.com | IG: @sunraishealth Host - Hillary Blackburn, PharmD, MBA www.hillaryblackburn.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/hillary-blackburn-67a92421/ @talktoyourpharmacist for Instagram and Facebook @HillBlackburn Twitter
In this episode, I cover "Plato's Pharmacy" from "Dissemination." If you want to support me, you can do that with these links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophy paypal.me/theoryphilosophy Twitter: @DavidGuignion IG: @theory_and_philosophy
This week on the podcast, I'm in a better headspace and we get into SO much including: the snow days in Nashville (basically a vent session), the expectation of giving 200% everyday at work, and more news on this Omicron Variant-specific vaccine. We end with a hilarious patient of the week and that feeling when you're in the middle of a million things and a patient interrupts your tasks to ask a simple OTC question. Remember friends, you're not alone. Thank you guys for all of your love and support each and every week. Keep it up by connecting with me through Twitter and Facebook and let me know what's going on in YOUR pharmacy! Not on those platforms? No worries. You can email the show directly: email@example.com Don't forget to check out Pen Needle Ultiguard Safe Pack to learn how you can make positive change happen for your patients. Also, a huge thank you to our new sponsor BetterHelp. Take charge of your mental health today by visiting www.betterhelp.com/retell - listeners of the podcast get 10% off their first month!
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CEO of Kay Pharmacy and host of The Business Pharmacy Podcast, Mike Koelzer, joins Tim Ulbrich to discuss the mindset, habits, and behaviors of successful pharmacy influencers and entrepreneurs. Key Points From This Episode How the family business started. Hear about the creation of The Business of Pharmacy podcast. Mike's approach to maximizing his time each day, and how to use lists more efficiently. What common threads Mike's guests have, striving to achieve something great. How focus and goal-setting are like sailing. The amazing ways we are now able to receive feedback faster and pivot quicker. Mike shares some actionable advice about how to get started with any new idea. The general outlook most guests have on the pharmacy profession. Talking about luck versus hard work. A common thing that takes people out of just being satisfied with the status quo. Mike's strong advice for those who have dreams but are struggling financially. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode Kay Pharmacy & Home Medical Equipment The Business of Pharmacy Podcast YFP Planning: Financial Planning for Pharmacists Schedule a free Discovery Call with YFP Planning The Business of Pharmacy Podcast: Is Pharmacy School Worth It? Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time by Rory Vaden Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen How I Built This with Guy Raz 17 Questions That Changed My Life by Tim Ferriss The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Tim Ferriss Start.: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Average, and Do Work That Matters by Jon Acuff Tribe Of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World by Tim Ferriss 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson Connect with Mike Koelzer on LinkedIn Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
Synopsis: Major psychiatric disorders are a growing public health concern that attributed to 14% of the global burden of diseases. The management of major psychiatric disorders is challenging mainly due to medication non-adherence. There seems to be a scarcity of summarized evidence on the prevalence of psychotropic medication non-adherence and associated factors. Psychiatric disorders have been a global public health challenge. Almost 450 million people are affected by psychiatric disorders worldwide. Psychiatric disorders cost approximately $2.5 trillion dollars in 2010 and are expected to rise up to $6.0 trillion by 2030. Mental health disorders are surprisingly common in the United States. Nearly one in five U.S. adults live with a mental health illness, that's 51.5 million people in 2019. Mental illnesses include many different conditions that vary in degree of severity, ranging from mild to moderate to severe. Lost resources and production, unemployment, absences from work, and premature death are some of the indirect economic costs. Therefore, we're excited to discuss this important topic today with three Pharmacist's focused on Mental Health in their communities and practices. Tyler Young RPh, is the lead pharmacist with Hines Prescription Shop, a locally-owned pharmacy in Barnesville, Georgia. Tyler helps hundreds of patients become more compliant with their medications by making it simpler with RxSafe Adherence packaging. Dr. Thomas McDowell, PharmD, is the owner of McDowell's Pharmacy in North Carolina. Thomas and I have been on several panel discussions in the past, both LIVE in person, and on Zoom. We value Thomas's insights & look forward to his experiences helping patients with mental health conditions. Dr. Monica Krishnan, PharmD, is a clinical pharmacist with a practice of over 18 years. She began her career as a inpatient critical care pharmacist at UCLA medical center in 2002. After starting a family and suffering the loss of her husband at a young age, Dr Monica switched paths and joined the field of community pharmacy. Monica is a personal friend of mine, a member of the Pharmacy Podcast Network leading our ‘Pharmacists Focused on Mental Health' podcast and currently works with the Walmart Health & Wellness team in Los Angeles. Dr. Monica plans to continue to spread awareness and education on mental health and hopes to continue working and collaborating with other mental health advocates. She has an incredibly active Instagram which is focused on mental health advocacy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 Sm 1:9-20 Father talks about the relationship between food and religion Mk 1:21-28 What does it mean that Jesus spoke with authority? Letters: Is there are a good journaling Bible for my 17-year-old? Ignatius Journaling and Note-Taking Bible: Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition: Ignatius Press: 9781621641902: Amazon.com: Books When I go to sleep at night, I say my rosary; is that OK? Why do you dis on Eagle's Wing? Writer thinks God is a hypocrite Letter about receiving indulgences Word of the Day: Shiloh Callers: What is the definition of Hesed? What the difference between the innocence of Eve and Mary What is the root of the word Sorcerer? Is it the same as the root for Pharmacy?
This episode of "Beyond the Sig" is with special guest P2 Wilkes University School of Pharmacy student, Julia Firestine as we focus on the student's role in DSMES classes. Julia was able to initiate and develop the DSMES accreditation as well as lead the discussions on her own. DSMES has helped her develop her clinical knowledge and grow with patients during the duration of the program. Leverage student pharmacists and their passion for patient care to develop your DSMES accreditation and allow them to take the lead! Referenced Article: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877129720303397?casa_token=aMfiYa3u-4IAAAAA:9hp61_fP1cXhalJBjHiZrev9p770vKR06Ysa_ey0UHJjj1e5sAPmyZJRkenbGOlQ2v5L4HUl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pharmacy Radio 066 January 2022 I have got a fantastic mix for you this month featuring the best in progressive house, techno and psy trance from artists like Pablo Gargano, Umek, two from E-Clip, a couple releases from the always amazing TechSafari records plus heaps more. In the second hour I am excited to share a mix from Fergie & Sadrian recorded live at Groove in Buenos Aires. It is quite possibly my favorite mix ever from them so you will not want to miss it! First Hour: Christopher Lawrence Q.U.A.K.E - Dance with Me - Pino Music Carbon - Total Control - Alula Tunes Pablo Gargano - Ancient Sitar - JOOF NOMADsignal - Make Me Crazy - Coldharbour Black Boatech - Phantom - Fierce Animal Recordings Track Of The Month UMEK - Frequency Differ - 1605 E-Clip - Fluid Motion - Iboga Records E-Clip - Chat with a Fire - Iboga Records Inner Sphere - Astronomia - TechSafari Records Polaris (FR) - Infinity - Dacru Invisible Reality & Side Effects - Dream & Reality - TechSafari Records Sub6, Unstable, Jahnatan - The Clash (Unstable Remix) - Alien Records Guest Mix: Fergie & Sadrian Live from Groove Buenos Aires 4 December 2021
Yikes. Not gonna lie, I was a bit on the easily-triggered side this week. I just left work right before recording... you get it. Still, such a great time hanging with you all, as usual! Even though it's a shorter show, we jump into quite a bit including: At-Home Covid Tests... We're Out... Please stop asking. Also, a positive pediatric patient, a few vaccine updates, and that thing patients do when they ask if you have a medication they've seen on a tv commercial but they have NO CLUE what is or even what it's used for. You feel any of that? Yeah, you're not alone my friends. Enjoy. -M Continue to connect with the show, especially during this insane time of the new year. Need to vent? Positive stuff? Patient of the week? Tech of the week? DM's on Twitter and Facebook or email email@example.com - the ReTellers are the best and I appreciate you all! Please check out our new sponsor of the show, BetterHelp, and take charge of your mental health today! Listeners to the podcast get 10% off their first month! (using link provided)
On this episode, Cole and I are joined by Trevor Walker, PharmD Candidate 2022. We begin by comparing and contrasting the original SSRIs as well as new agents like vortioxetine and vilazodone. We then review some serotonin (5-HT) receptors and how their activity (or inhibition) determine and mitigate outcomes and adverse effects. We close by reviewing the ANTLER trial that was published in NEJM in September 2021. Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable PowerPoint slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - firstname.lastname@example.org Cole - email@example.com Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
Podcast Intro: Immunity refers to an organism's ability to withstand a specific virus or poison through the use of specialized antibodies or sensitized white blood cells. We prefer to sacrifice healthy selections for the sake of saving time in this fast-paced atmosphere where fast foods are abundant. On the other hand, what are the negative consequences of these actions? With many businesses competing with one another, and with the high demand for food relative to the continuous growth in population, companies are now churning out processed and cheap food rapidly. The lack of education and the rise of daily expenses on necessities, such as food, allowed people to compromise. Now, the pandemic accelerated and made things worse. What are the factors and effects that unhealthy food consumption leads to? Tune in as Dr. Emeran Meyer discusses the gut-immune relationship in this episode. What you'll get out of tuning in: What is the “One Health Concept” What is the importance of the soil microbiome for plant and human health What are the mind-gut microbiome system and its role in health and disease What is the key to longevity and good health How the microbiome determines the strength of your immune system and your immune resistance. How to increase the abundance of microbes in your gut. How lifestyle determines your chances of surviving pandemics that are about to come in the future. Links/CTA: Emeran Mayer, MD Instagram: @emeranmayer Youtube Channel: emeranmayermd The Mind Gut Connection book, Harper Wave 2016 The Gut Immune Connection book, Harper Wave 2021 Highlights: Cate talks about the case of Covid and an Elderly with regards to Microbiome Cate talks about perspective, our beliefs influence how we think and how we solve problems. Cate talks about the direct correlation between chronic systemic inflammation and the severity of symptoms Timestamps: 12:26 - Metabolic Syndrome 16:14 - Science and Practice of Mind-Body Interactions 22:23 - Cytokine Storm 27:10 - The “Gut Immune Connection” by Emeran Mayer 28:55 - Why do people fear when they hear “virus or bacteria” 33:41 - Scientific vs. Empirical Evidence 37:05 - Ancient vs. Modern Concepts 40:53 - Learning from the Ancient Sages Quotes: “The fact that today, we see this increasing prevalence of autoimmune diseases and allergies and food sensitivities. Many people think it has a lot to do with the altered interaction we have, as infants in a much more sterile environment. Where we have banned microbes from the time of deliveries, or C sections and sterile hospital environments, to antibiotics early on, prematurely born babies ending up in intensive care units being loaded with antibiotics for four weeks sometimes.” “Early in life in terms of the natural exposure, Homo sapiens have had to their environment, including going through the birth canal, and picking up some of the good bacteria in the birth canal, which helps start to build the baby immune system is even like upon injection, right from the mom's body to then what we do. And if we look back, historically, there was a lot of skin-to-skin contact with newborns. There's a lot of mixing of the environment with the infant. And that helped create a baseline immune system, an innate immune system that was stronger.” “When we look in any indigenous culture, usually there's some relationship with a specific type of traditional fermented foods. And so in ayurvedic medicine, it was always considered to pacify Vata, which is the wind force, which creates the issues primarily in the nervous system first, and then the digestive system second, and it's like the nerves that upset the digestive system, like just being nervous, being anxious, being worried more of the people that are on the lighter side have less consistency with digestive capacity.” “The immune activation happens in the gut. So, these microbes are only microns away from immune cells. And it's the only separation not even from the real physical barrier, but from this mucous layer produced by some cells in the gut in the colon. And so, the margin for error is pretty small, and if you change that mucous layer just a little bit, you will already get contact between microbes and these immune sensors.” “People always talk about how we need to boost our immune system. With COVID-19, it's the opposite. You want to prevent this excessive response. An excessive response happens because the immune cells are programmed in a non-adaptive way in their passage through the gut.” Guest BIO: Emeran Mayer Dr. Mayer is a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and Executive Director of the G Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress & Resilience. He has been one of the pioneers in the science and practice of brain gut microbiome interactions with applications in a wide range of diseases in gastrointestinal, psychiatric, and neurological disorders. He has published close to 400 scientific papers and several books and has received multiple awards. In addition to his academic interests, Mayer has a longstanding interest in ancient healing traditions and has been involved in documentary film productions about the Yanomami people in the Orinoco region of Venezuela, and the Asmat people in Irian Jaya. He has recently co-produced the award-winning documentary “In Search of Balance” and is working on a new documentary “Interconnected Planet”. He is a strong believer in Buddhist philosophy and got married in a Tibetan monastery by Choekyi Nyima Rinpoche in Kathmandu. He regularly pursues meditative practices. He has spoken at UCLA TEDx on the Mysterious Origins of Gut Feelings in 2015 and has been interviewed on National Public Radio, PBS, and by many national and international media outlets including the Los Angeles and New York Times, the Atlantic, and Time magazine. He has appeared on numerous podcasts, including Lewis Howes' The School of Greatness, Tom Bilyeu's Impact Theory, and Mark Hyman's The Doctor's Pharmacy. He is the author of the 2016 bestselling book The Mind Gut Connection published by Harper&Collins and translated into 16 languages. In his new book, The Gut Immune Connection, Mayer proposes a radical, unifying concept about the chronic non-communicable disease epidemic we are finding ourselves in. He discusses how changes in our diet, lifestyle, and the way we interact with the world during the last 75 years have led to a profound dysregulation of the community of trillions of microbes living in our gut, resulting in a progressive chronic activation of our immune system. This aberrant immune system activation is emerging as the root cause of our current epidemic of interrelated chronic diseases affecting every part of our body. In addition, it makes us more vulnerable to viral pandemics. He uses the One Health concept to explain the intricate interconnectedness between the microbes living in our gut, in the soil, the health of our plants, and our own health.
Ransomware is a major threat to any and all computer networks. All companies large, small, healthcare, nonhealthcare can be impacted by it. Ransomware is a cyber-attack where the user cannot obtain access to their system. They are criminal acts that much be treated as one, swift action must be taken to protect your system and your patients PHI. Join Jeff Hedges from the Pharmacy Compliance Guide and Becky Templeton from R.J. Hedges & Associates, as they discuss Ransomware, how to determine a HIPAA breach, what to do if you are a victim of Ransomware, how to report cyber-attacks, how to report a breach due to ransomware attack, how cyber insurance may help, what kind of fines may be associated with a cyber-attack, and the real steps to prepare for an OCR inspection. Learn more about how to protect your pharmacy from Ransomware threats: https://www.rjhedges.com/blog/topic/podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Darshan Talks Podcast, host Darshan Kulkarni Pharm.D, MS, Esq. discuss 340B Pharmacy Programs with guest Rita Baskett. Rita Baskett RPh, MBA/MHA, CEO of Integrated Pharmacy Services, Inc. that is a consulting firm that concentrates on 340B solutions. The company focus on the integration of compliant pharmacy solutions to improve costs and health outcomes through the use of government programs (when applicable and qualified) and technology partners. 340B is a part of statute written in 1992 with the federal registrar that requires drug manufacturers to provide outpatient drugs to eligible health care organizations and covered entities at significantly reduced prices. The 340B Program enables covered entities to stretch scarce federal resources as far as possible, reaching more eligible patients and providing more comprehensive services. The hospital started using 340B for retail prescriptions and later it morphed into mix used areas including emergency room, observation status, etc. There are certain hospitals that qualify and one of the criteria is it has to be non-profit, the drugs are intended for outpatient use. The second criterion requires that the hospital have a sufficient Medicare disproportionate share hospital (DSH) adjustment percentage. DSH hospitals must have an adjustment percentage greater than 11.75 percent for the most recent cost reporting period ending before the calendar quarter involved. Sole community hospitals and Rural referral centers must have an adjustment percentage of greater than 8 percent. Connect with Rita Baskett: On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rita-bask... Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Website: ipsconsults.com Connect with us: Website: http://www.darshantalks.com Law Firm: http://www.kulkarnilawfirm.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/darshantalks LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darshanku... ---- Disclaimers: 1. This discussion is merely an oral discussion and should not be relied upon solely on its own to support any conclusion of law or fact. 2. The discussion does not and should not reflect any individual products status as safe, efficacious, adulterated, or misbranded or meeting or not meeting expectations at a local, state, federal, or international agency or organization. 3. The discussion should not be construed to be complete advice that is right for you and may not necessarily represent a specific product. 4. This discussion is provided for general educational purposes and should not be construed as legal advice, regulatory advice, or medical advice. 5. This does not create an attorney-client relationship #pharma #340B #darshantalks #hospital #federal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Learn how Surescripts solutions are helping to revolutionize the specialty medications experience Surescripts blog posts on pharmacy and specialty medications The Rise of Pharmacy to the Front Lines of Care and Innovation Avoiding Specialty Pharmacy Detours featuring findings from a Surescripts study in partnership with Accredo An Exercise In Trust: One Multiple Sclerosis Patient's Journey Relevant UN-Scripted Podcast Episodes The Future is Now for Specialty Medications A Day in the Life of a Specialty Pharmacist Press Releases Surescripts Further Streamlines Specialty Prescribing Process With New Services For Specialty Pharmacies Specialty Pharmacists Report Process Delays of Up To 10 Days To Get Patients Started On Treatment Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, we talked about: Spreading knowledge to the world Defining autoimmune disease Preventing diseases to happen Finding a way to disconnect Definition of "real food" Limiting the number of package food Finding quality products Definition of probiotic and prebiotic Living a healthier life Healing through food "We eat convenience foods more than we should be, instead of eating a diversity of foods, like vegetables and fruits" "Whatever it is you're going to be consistent with, that's the movement you should do" "Having a greater quality and quantity of bacteria in your gut it's very important for your health" About Donna: My name is Donna Mazzola and I was born in raised in Detroit, MI. I have always been an avid health guru and focused so much on preventative care. I live a pretty active lifestyle, and love running and being outdoors. I currently live in Detroit, MI with my husband and 2 girls. From a young age, I always had a passion for natural healing and preventative care. After obtaining a Doctorate in Pharmacy, this passion became an obsession as my learnings conflicted with my core beliefs. While I maintained what I thought was a healthy lifestyle, my world came to a crashing halt in 2015 when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. I couldn't understand why I had developed an autoimmune disease. I started to question, why people develop Autoimmune disorders and why is it that the human body fights itself? After doing my own research, I discovered there was not a concrete answer to any of her questions, but that nutrition plays a critical role. This is something that was never taught to me in conventional medical training. For this reason, I embarked on a journey to gain knowledge in the field of Functional Medicine and Human Nutrition. Through this path, Dr.AutoimmuneGirl was born. A blog with a mission to identify the root cause of disease through health and wellness, and create the balance between nutrition and medicine. Through functional medicine autoimmunegirl focuses on the underlying causes of autoimmune disease and the impact inflammation and gut health have on autoimmune disease management. As a health and wellness professional autoimmunegirl is on a mission to help you get to the root cause of autoimmune disease through education, empowerment, and support.
In this episode of the podcast, Joe interviews Clinical Professor at the University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, Oliver Grundmann, Ph.D., in what is essentially an "everything you could want to know" episode about kratom. www.psychedelicstoday.com
Please join your host, Justin Baker and our guests John Pross, Consultant - Pharmacy Ownership and Jeremy Thompson, CEO and Founder of Adaptive Financial Consulting as they discuss transitioning out of the pharmacy. John and Jeremy will first take us through the life cycle of owning a pharmacy and then the forward-thinking steps to think about when exiting the pharmacy business. Jeremy and John pose many questions that may get you thinking about your timeline for selling your pharmacy or ways you can position your business to sell and maximize profits. If you are thinking about selling your pharmacy within the next 5 or so years, you won't want to miss this episode!
This episode's Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: https://www.catalysthealthtech.com/ (CLICK HERE) --- After being continually frustrated with his experience with the pharmaceutical industry, our next guest is building a game-changing company that delivers prescriptions straight to a patient's location with a simple tap of a button. Eric Kinariwala, CEO of Capsule, joins us to discuss why and how he and his team provide consumers with the simplest and easiest way to manage their medications. Additionally, Eric outlines why the pharmacy serves as the highest interaction point in healthcare and how Capsule has become a trusted brand that consumers and providers can rely upon during their healthcare journey. Join us to learn how Eric and his team are rebuilding the pharmacy industry that enables customized outcomes for doctors, hospitals, insurers, and manufacturers. Let's go! Episode Highlights: Eric's personal experience that led him to founding Capsule The importance of mothers as a guiding principle for Capsule's journey Why consumer preferences and incentives are so important to Capsule's business model Eric's view of the pharmacy's role in the greater healthcare ecosystem About Our Guest: Eric Kinariwala is the founder and CEO of Capsule, a technology business rebuilding the pharmacy industry from the inside out with an emotionally resonant consumer experience and technology that enables customized outcomes for doctors, hospitals, insurers, and manufacturers. Capsule has raised over $500 million from some of the best healthcare and technology investors in the world, including Durable Capital, Baillie Gifford, T Rowe Price, TCV, and Thrive Capital. Prior to founding Capsule, Eric invested in global healthcare, technology, and retail companies as part of the investment teams at Bain Capital and Perry Capital. He received his undergraduate degree as a University Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and earned his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he held the position of Chief Investment Officer of GSB Endowment Student Investment Trust. Eric is an EY Entrepreneur of the Year winner and has by interviewed in publications including Fast Company, Fortune, Bloomberg, and the Wall Street Journal; appeared on television including CNBC, Fox Business, CNN, PBS, and ABC; and presented at conferences including ShopTalk, HLTH, NRF Big Show, and TechCrunch Disrupt. Links Supporting This Episode: Capsule website: https://www.capsule.com/ (CLICK HERE) Eric Kinariwala LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ekinariwala/ (CLICK HERE) Eric Kinariwala Twitter page: https://twitter.com/ekinariwala (CLICK HERE) Clubhouse handle: @mikebiselli Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikebiselli (CLICK HERE) Mike Biselli Twitter page: https://twitter.com/mikebiselli (CLICK HERE) Visit our website: https://www.passionatepioneers.com/ (CLICK HERE) Subscribe to newsletter: https://forms.gle/PLdcj7ujAGEtunsj6 (CLICK HERE) Guest nomination form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqk_H_a79gCRsBLynkGp7JbdtFRWynTvPVV9ntOdEpExjQIQ/viewform (CLICK HERE) Support this podcast
276. Top 10 Most Listened To Episodes of 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to 2022 and Happy New Year! On today's episode, we look at a recap of the most listened to episodes of 2021 on the Pharmacy, IT, & Me Podcast. Pharmacy Informatics in Australia feat Daniel Trajkov From Retail Pharmacy to Informatics Trainer feat. Dr. Austin Motteler Oncology Pharmacy Informatics feat. Dr. Nicholas Bacon Data, Data, Data! feat. Digital Pharmacist Dr. Ben Moore Importance of Technology and Data in Managed Care feat. Dr. Justin Bioc Pharmacy Informatics Education in Canada feat. Professor Marie Rocchi Pharmacy Informatics and Clinical Content feat. Dr. Hannah Nguyen HIMSS 21 Highlights Components of an Implementation Plan Synthetic Health Data and CodeRx feat. Dr. Joey LeGrand ========== Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Informatics course at www.pharmacyinformaticsacademy.com ! New to LinkedIn and not sure where to start? Download my free ebook, "Professional Networking Unlocked", at https://www.tonydaopharmd.com/ebook Follow us on social media! Twitter: @pharmacyitme Instagram: @pharmacyinformatics LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pharmacyitme/ Website: Pharmacy IT & Me Email: email@example.com Follow Tony's personal Twitter account at @tonydaopharmd Network with other pharmacists at Pharmacists Connect!http://pharmacistsconnect.com For more information on pharmacy informatics, check out some of the following useful links: ASHP's Section of Pharmacy Informatics and Technology: https://www.ashp.org/Pharmacy-Informaticist/Section-of-Pharmacy-Informatics-and-Technology/ HIMSS Pharmacy Informatics Community: https://www.himss.org/library/pharmacy-informatics Disclaimer: Views expressed are my own and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with which I have been, am now, or will be affiliated.
Australians are struggling to get their hands on vital COVID-19 tests, as cases rise, queues blow-out and take-home tests are in short-supply. Concerns are growing as pharmacies struggle to stock the rapid antigen tests, with the Australian Medical Association saying relying on the private market to deliver them has failed.
In this episode, our guest is Jim Hrncir (pronounced: hern-sir), who is recognized as one of the pioneers of modern pharmaceutical compounding. Jim is responsible for the formulation of many Bio-Identical Hormones, Dermatological, Nutritional, and Anti-Aging compounds in wide use throughout the US. He has worked in radio and TV, including multiple appearances on Dr. Phil as a hormone expert. As a member of the board of the Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding (APC), Jim is passionate about the benefits pharmaceutical compounding can bring to patients. Jim Hrncir, RPh founded Las Colinas Pharmacy, Compounding & Wellness in 1984 and is recognized as one of the pioneers of modern pharmaceutical compounding. Jim's 1986 creation of Estradiol Transdermal Gel was the first of its kind in the United States, and he is responsible for the formulation of many Bio-Identical Hormone, Dermatological, Nutritional, and Anti-Aging compounds in wide use throughout the US. Jim was named the 2017 Compounding Pharmacist of the Year by Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA) and serves on the board of the Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding (APC). Here are some of the topics we cover: For non-integrative medicine listeners, clarify what is compounded bio-identical hormone therapy Myths and benefits of compounded hormone therapy, maybe include what happened in WHI and how it has been 100% reversed from the 2002 findings release What about the negative NASEM study findings on the Clinical Utility of Compounded Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy? What about the Berkley Research paper dissecting NASEM's findings? What is being done to maintain patient access to compounded Bio-Identical Hormones? Guest - Jim Hrncir Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LasColinasPharmacy/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LasColPharmacy?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-hrncir-rph-8564711a/ APC facebook: https://www.facebook.com/a4pcrx APC Twitter: https://twitter.com/a4pcrx?lang=en APC LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/a4pcrx/ Host - Hillary Blackburn, PharmD, MBA www.hillaryblackburn.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/hillary-blackburn-67a92421/ @talktoyourpharmacist for Instagram and Facebook @HillBlackburn Twitter
I can't believe it's the last show of 2021. Let's end the year with a bang, shall we? On the show this week: a sappy thank you from me, prescribers who write "2021" instead of "2022" on prescriptions, and patients who are told rules, laws, etc and try to negotiate around them. Finally, because of the new year, we are all going to face challenges with patients and their insurance... let's talk about a few and maybe some "solutions". Happy New Year, ReTellers! -M Reach out through Facebook and Twitter if you have a response to an episode, patient of the week, tech of the week, etc. After all, you're my cohost :) Check out how you can make true, positive change happen in the lives of your diabetic patient with Pen Needle Ultiguard Safe Pack.
He’s a multi-instrumentalist, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Thelonious Monster collaborator, and a cofounder, along with Flea, of the Silverlake Conservatory of Music. His career includes playing viola in the orchestra for Ray Charles and playing saxophone with the Chili Peppers, naked except for a sock. Crediting his high school music program with saving his life, he felt compelled to return the favor. Tonight Tree loses the sock and lets it all hang out with the Troubled Men. Topics include a new variant exploding, Mardi Gras plans, an anniversary, Geritol, Castellon’s Pharmacy, Bosco syrup, an N.Y.C. childhood, rural New Jersey, an L.A. relocation, Fairfax High, a school orchestra, college plans, Berklee College of Music, discovering the viola, solving the woodwinds, the harmonica, a change of plans, drug casualties, a golden age, Jack Irons, nicknames, biking to gigs, Hillel Slovak, “Mother’s Milk,” “Truth or Consequences,” Two Free Stooges live, a teaching career, Horace Tapscott, Pete Weiss, road hazards, rental scooters, a NoCal move, and much more. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break music: “Like Young” from “Blew Year’s Proposition” by Keith Tree Barry Outro music: “There Was A Time” by Keith Tree Barry Support the podcast: Paypal or Venmo Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Wear here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podacst Instagram Silverlake Conservatory of Music Homepage
Overcoming Stigma in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorder Stigma is often based on myth, superstition, or prejudice against another group. These beliefs, not based on fact or evidence, often lead to a negative impact on mental health – and is especially seen in patients with substance use disorder. During COVID, the opioid epidemic has continued to rage through America, making it imperative that pharmacists and other health care providers go the extra mile to be conscious of how stigma hinders the treatment of those suffering from substance abuse disorder. Guest: Dr. Thomas Franko, associate professor of pharmacy practice at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA, and coordinator of the Pain, Palliative Care and Addiction APhA Special Interest Group. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special episode on continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and time in range Dr. Wettergreen joins our host, Dr. Neil Skolnik to discuss how to simplify and integrate CGM and time in range into primary care office practices. This special episode is supported by an independent educational grant from Abbot. Presented by: Neil Skolnik, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University; Associate Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Abington Jefferson Health Sara Wettergreen, PharmD, BCACP, Dr. Wettergreen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and is a clinical pharmacist at UCHealth Lone Tree Primary Care. For more information about CGM and Time in Range, please go to: www.professional.diabetes.org/timeinrange
Grocery Store price hikes next year // Pandemic burnout leading to retail pharmacy technician shortage / CA min wage to rise on January 1, 2022 / New Laws in CA in 2022 //GUEST: GEORGE NOORY / Rundown of today's show
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EP 27: The Joy of Precepting Precepting is an integral component of pharmacy education, and many pharmacists do it. While it may seem intimidating, preceptors say it is one of the rewarding parts of their professional life. In this edition of Locked on Pharmacy, two pharmacy educators talk about the joys of precepting. Guests: Dr. Lisa Hong is an associate professor at Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy in Loma Linda, CA. She practices on an adult inpatient medicine service at Loma Linda University Medical Center where she precepts up to 11 APPE students, 6 IPPE students, and 7 PGY1 residents per year and was recently honored with the 2021 Preceptor of the Year award. Dr. McKenzie Grinalds is an assistant professor at Cedarville University in Ohio and a clinical pharmacist of neurology at a local hospital where she serves as an IPPE and APPE preceptor. She was part of the second graduating class at Cedarville University School of Pharmacy and completed a PGY1 and PGY2 (in internal medicine) at Eskenazi Health in Indianapolis. https://soundcloud.com/lockedonpharmacy/joy-of-precepting-podcast?si=e0da59e88f0a4c9292807b729a886ed4&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Bryan McElderry is a holistic life and business coach, speaker, podcaster, author and founder of 3 businesses: McElderry Ventures, Alchemy Credit Solutions and Zyer Investments. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Morehouse College, he went on to earn a Doctorate in Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) from St. Louis College of Pharmacy. In 2016, shortly after pharmacy school graduation and the passing of his grandmother from mismanagement of medications, he founded his holistic health coaching practice, Envizion Health which enabled him to part ways with the practice of pharmacy only after a year post graduation. Fast forward to November 2018, after realizing many of his making changes outside of the health aspect and became more deeply interested in improving their relationships, personal development, and fulfillment/happiness in life and Dr Bryan's life + business coaching practice was born. Current;y, in addition to all this, Dr Bryan's Alchemy Mastermind is the primary house where he helps thought leaders, coaches, consultants, and career professionals break internal barriers, shift their identity, uncover their zone of genius & turn their PURPOSE into PROFIT. In addition to his businesses Dr Bryan is a sought after speaker both virtually and on Clubhouse as well as in pre and post COVID in person venues. For more of Dr. Bryan: Website: https://www.bryanmcelderry.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmcelderry Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bryanmcelderry Twitter: https://twitter.com/drmcelderry For ALL things Successful Diligence: https://linktr.ee/shelmy_life - Podcast listeners get 50% off ALL paid courses available in the school: https://successful-diligence.teachable.com ** (Code: Podcast50) Sign up for the Successful Diligence™ Newsletter so you never miss a thing! https://successfuldiligence.ck.page/ We appreciate your support! Every penny helps and really does help and make a difference! https://anchor.fm/successfuldiligence/support OR https://www.buymeacoffee.com/diligence ~ Thank you for listening and sharing! Copyright © 2021 Successful Diligence™, LLC All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/successfuldiligence/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/successfuldiligence/support
Ho Ho Ho ReTellers! That's right, this week is the Christmas episode! I know some of you will unfortunately have to work on the holiday but please know that you're not alone. First, I spend way too much time talking Christmas movies. Next up, an inspiring response from the ReTell Community and challenges with giving a pediatric vaccine. We touch on when an allergy isn't truly an allergy and, finally, my wish for you and your pharmacy team this year. May this be a wonderful and restful time to celebrate with you and your families. I'm so thankful for you all, Merry Christmas! -M Continue to reach out through the socials (Facebook and Twitter) and let me know what you want to talk about! Response? Patient of the week? Dr of the week? Tech of the week? Covid stuff? I want to hear about it! Don't forget, if you'd like to come on the show for our upcoming "In The Trenches" series, send an approx 60 second video/sound clip to email@example.com or as DM through the socials!
275. PGY2 Informatics and Applications in Transitions of Care feat. Dr. Raymond Chan Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we spoke with Dr. Raymond Chan on his career path and thoughts on informatics applications in healthcare. He shares his story of how he got to where he is today, as well as some memorable moments in his career. Topics include: Pharmacy residency training in pharmacy informatics Transitioning himself into a residency coordinator role Pharmacy informatics projects and applications in transitions of care The importance of mentorship when delving into pharmacy informatics To reach out to Dr. Chan, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and learn more about Sentara Healthcare's pharmacy informatics program at https://www.sentara.com/aboutus/careers/pharmacy/pgy2/pharmacy-informatics.aspx ========== Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Informatics course at www.pharmacyinformaticsacademy.com ! New to LinkedIn and not sure where to start? Download my free ebook, "Professional Networking Unlocked", at https://www.tonydaopharmd.com/ebook Follow us on social media! Twitter: @pharmacyitme Instagram: @pharmacyinformatics LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pharmacyitme/ Website: Pharmacy IT & Me Email: email@example.com Follow Tony's personal Twitter account at @tonydaopharmd Network with other pharmacists at Pharmacists Connect!http://pharmacistsconnect.com For more information on pharmacy informatics, check out some of the following useful links: ASHP's Section of Pharmacy Informatics and Technology: https://www.ashp.org/Pharmacy-Informaticist/Section-of-Pharmacy-Informatics-and-Technology/ HIMSS Pharmacy Informatics Community: https://www.himss.org/library/pharmacy-informatics Disclaimer: Views expressed are my own and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with which I have been, am now, or will be affiliated.
Educational Objective Identify best practices for managing toxicities associated with therapies for the treatment of Waldenström macroglobulinemia Faculty: Victoria Nachar, PharmD, BCOP Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Ambulatory Hematology Oncology University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center Clinical Assistant Professor University of Michigan College of Pharmacy Ann Arbor, Michigan Faculty has no financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose. Pharmacy Times Continuing Education™ is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This activity is approved for 0.5 contact hour (0.05 CEU) under the ACPE universal activity number 0290-0000-21-457-H01-P. The activity is available for CE credit through June 20, 2022. This activity is supported by educational grants from Pharmacyclics LLC., an AbbVie Company and Janssen Biotech, Inc; and BeiGene, Ltd. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Dr. Thomas Franko, PharmD, president of the Pennsylvania Pharmacist's Association talks with Todd Eury, CEO & Founder of the Pharmacy Podcast Network about his 'Vision for the Role of the Pharmacist in 2022'. Most people see pharmacists behind the counter dispensing pills and occasionally giving advice on prescription and over the counter (OTC) medications; they may sometimes remind customers of preventive screenings or flu shots. But pharmacists are capable of much more. As part of their professional degree, they receive extensive training on medication management to optimize treatment options, manage medication side effects, interactions and duplications, interpret lab results, perform physical exams, and administer vaccines. --from Deloitte Insights The pandemic increased opportunities for pharmacists to deliver hands-on care. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) gave pharmacists the authority to order and administer COVID-19 tests, childhood vaccines (3–18 years of age), and COVID-19 vaccines.4 Subsequently, pharmacists, interns, and pharmacy technicians were on the front lines, testing for COVID-19, giving shots, and educating the public, all the while keeping their doors open throughout the pandemic. These efforts elevated the public's perception of pharmacists and offset the burden on other parts of the health care system, providing an opportunity for the profession to redefine its role and value. About Dr. Thomas Franko, PharmD Dr. Franko is the PPA's on-coming President for 2022. After service as a clinical pharmacist in outpatient chronic pain management, Dr. Franko joined Wilkes University in 2013. He maintains an ambulatory care practice site with the Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education in Kingston, PA. He is involved with medication therapy management for several chronic diseases, especially pain management, at the Wright Center. Along with pharmacy students, Dr. Franko trains pharmacy and medical residents from Moses Taylor Hospital and The Wright Center. He is an active member of the American Pharmacists Association, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association. His interests are in pain management, substance use disorder and harm reduction strategies. Education and Training Doctor of Pharmacy, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, PA Pharmacy Practice Residency, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we talk with our special guest Dr. Kevin Sneed, a tenured Professor and the founding Dean of the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy.Kevin shares his WE-CARE (Workgroup Enhancing Community Advocacy and Research Engagement) program, which helps to improve health outcomes among minority populations, increases research participation, and builds connections and trust between the community and researchers.He also mentions his partnership with different organizations like American Heart Association and REACHUP, Inc that educates African American and Latino communities on how to understand the coronavirus and prepare for the vaccine, especially during this Covid-19 pandemic.We also talk about the impact of Covid-19 on academia and universities and the importance of committing to a safe academic environment for the student learners, staff, and faculty.At the close of the interview, Kevin answered a couple of questions about his professional and personal life from our new process called the Missing Questions.For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastIf you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you.Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llchttps://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLChttps://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLChttps://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/
Empowering People to Live Healthier Lives, a special podcast with Dr. Richard Ashworth Pharmacists, Physcians, and people commited to better health for our nation are working closer than ever before. Dr. Richard Ashworth believes we can do more. Interesting insights on how the healthy aging sector will evolve post-pandemic – including concerns on reported increased levels of stress in seniors and the need to more actively address social determinants of health. Dr. Ashworth and Dr. Madison also talk about navigating the shift to virtual engagement and the opportunities and challenges healthcare organizations will face once the nation fully reopens from COVID-19. Our guest: Dr. Richard Ashworth, PharmD joined Tivity Health as President and CEO, and as a member of the Board of Directors, in June 2020. Previously, Ashworth facilitated the growth of Walgreens for nearly 30 years, transforming the company into a global leader in pharmacy and health and wellness. He started at Walgreens as a store clerk in 1992, and most recently led as President, responsible for developing the strategies and plans for all Walgreens operations including leadership, development and management of the business. Ashworth has spent his career focused on improving the health and well-being of others, with a passion for making a difference in the lives of customers and members. His experience includes navigating a rapidly changing healthcare landscape while serving a portfolio of large customers and individual consumers in the intensely competitive retail realm. Ashworth is an influential voice in public health policy and the future of healthcare and has shared his views at the White House and on Capitol Hill. He also served on the NACDS board for the last four years, formerly as Chairman. Ashworth earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD) and a master's degree in business administration. Our host: Dr. Christina Madison, PharmD is the Founder and CEO of The Public Health Pharmacist™, PLLC a public health consulting firm. She is a clinical pharmacist specializing in public health with a focus on infectious communicable diseases. As a past President of the Nevada Public Health Association, she has been asked to share her clinical public health and infectious disease expertise with Local, State, and International Media outlets and NGO's. Dr. Madison has been featured in over 200+ on-air TV appearances since January 2020 related to the pandemic and public health. She has an intimate knowledge of the impact public health messaging, policy, and legislation can have on communities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Special guests: Alan Ehrlich, Executive Editor at DynaMed and an Associate Professor in Family Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester Bio: Alan Ehrlich, MD, FAAFP is the Executive Editor at DynaMed and an Associate Professor in Family Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester. He is board certified from the American Board of Family Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Alan graduated from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in 1984 and completed his residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in 1987. He is involved in the teaching of Evidence-Based Medicine to third year medical students and writes the Evidence-Based Medicine column for Clinical Advisor magazine. Eileen Yoshida, Deputy Editor of Medication and Clinical Informatics, EBSCO Health Bio: Eileen Yoshida is the Deputy Editor of Medication and Clinical Informatics at EBSCO Health. In this role, she leads the medication and clinical informatics strategies for the organization. Eileen brings over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry, most recently leading the Clinical Knowledge Management and Decision Support team at Partners HealthCare. Previously, she served with Capgemini as an EHR implementation strategist and with the University of Chicago Hospitals in a special project's role. Eileen has extensive experience in clinical informatics, EHR implementation, healthcare consulting and clinical pharmacy and is a published author and speaker on clinical decision support. She holds a degree in Pharmacy from the University of Toronto and a master's in business administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Research: Report from HIMSS19: Novel Techniques to Combat the Opioid Misuse Epidemic Courtney Holmes, RN, Executive Clinical Consultant, IBM Watson Health Bio: Courtney Holmes is a Clinical Program Director supporting IBM's Micromedex solution suite, as well as an Executive Clinical Consultant with Watson Health. Courtney focuses on providing clinical leadership in the sales and development of cognitive solutions and engagement with key stakeholders to support meaningful use of Watson Health solutions. She provides subject matter expertise for the Healthcare. Provider Segment. This includes providing strategic and clinical expertise to ensure high value development/improvements and intuitive, seamless clinical workflow design. Courtney collaborates among global product offerings teams to ensure clinically relevant approaches to client engagements, and leads Watson Health solution sales activities through client briefings, demonstration of solutions, workshops and other formats as needed. Ms. Holmes joined IBM in 2018 and brings 17 years of extensive oncology nursing experience to the team. Her experience ranges from direct clinical care at some of the top hospitals in the country, to developing the nurse educator program for a large pharmaceutical company and leading a team of nurses in her region. Courtney spent time building strong customer relationships with key nursing organizations, targeted accounts, and other identified key customers. She also focused on providing clinical expertise and support to sales to optimize overall customer experience, as well as helping facilities achieve better patient outcomes by improving overall quality of care and providing insight on best practices. Blog post: https://www.ibm.com/blogs/watson-health/how-ai-infused-clinical-decision-support-may-change-medicine/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, we discuss the management of endometriosis. We begin with some background information including risk factors, sign and symptoms, and more. Then we review the common first-line agents used, sometimes even before a definitive diagnosis via laparoscopy. We then compare and contrast more specialized treatment options including gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists with add-back therapy, gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonists, and androgen therapy. Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable PowerPoint slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below: www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - firstname.lastname@example.org Cole - email@example.com Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.
If You Want To Want To Avoid Autoimmune Disease, You Should: Listen to your symptoms, advocate for yourself, and ask for more testing Calm your inflammation by focusing on gut health, nutrition, and lifestyle Implement breathwork and meditation to live a more balanced life The prevalence of autoimmune disorders in the past 50 years has risen so drastically that autoimmune disease is now the 3rd most common category of health issues in the United States. So what is causing so many Americans to develop these conditions? While many factors contribute to your overall health, food and gut health are the foundation for a working immune system. Finding a Balance with Donna Mazzola Dr. Donna Mazzola is a Pharmacist with a Master's degree in Functional Medicine and Human Nutrition. After obtaining her Doctorate in Pharmacy, Donna realized that it is only by finding a balance between medicine and nutrition that we can impact disease. After receiving her Hashimotos diagnosis in 2015, she created her blog Dr. Autoimmune Girl to help others identify the root causes of their diseases and take back control of their health. Understanding the Why Understanding the ‘why' behind your autoimmune condition can be a frustrating journey. The greatest challenge that people suffer from is the unexplained symptoms that can go unanswered for years before receiving a diagnosis. Donna knows that in order to better control what is happening in your body, you have to understand it better. By asking the right questions, learning how to decipher our labs, and advocating for ourselves, we can delay the progression of symptoms and take back control of your autoimmune disease rather than letting the disease control you. Heal Your Gut to Heal Your Condition Autoimmune conditions are proven to be the gateway to other illnesses down the line, which is why it is so important to be mindful of your symptoms and address your autoimmune condition as soon as possible. The majority of us live in a chronic inflammatory state without realizing it, and a gut protocol will always be your best friend when finding healing. Whether you have an autoimmune disease or not, starting with your gut is key if you have unexplained symptoms. Focusing on your gut health has many side benefits when it comes to not only autoimmunity but your overall health and longevity. While you may not like to hear it, it is time to identify your drivers of inflammation in order to heal your autoimmunity and find the balance you are missing. Are you ready to get to the root cause of your autoimmune condition, alleviate your symptoms, and find real balance and healing? Share your biggest takeaway from this episode with me in the comments section of the episode page. Quotes: “It is so important that we raise awareness of autoimmunity. We talk about the pandemic going on, but I look at autoimmune disease as the other pandemic that is going on that nobody is talking about.” (5:32) “Empowering yourself to understand these things and understand how these things are connected will allow you to ask the right questions.” (17:45) “When we start talking about how to mitigate that, it's focusing on those triggers; it's identifying what those triggers are, and removing them, mitigating it, and recognizing how your body responds when it is exposed to it. So for me, it is all about being in tune with your body.” (24:01) “Control what you can control, and provide your body with what it needs so that it can control the rest.” (28:04) “If you are able to overhaul your diet and recognize the nutrients you can get from whole foods; you are nourishing your body to function at a cellular level where it needs to be.” (44:23) In This Episode The importance of understanding the ‘why' when it comes to what an autoimmune disease truly is (9:10) How Covid-19 could be affecting your likelihood of triggering an autoimmune disease (19:33) The role of inflammation when dealing with your immune system symptoms (21:29) Understanding the spectrum of autoimmunity and how food can help put you in remission (31:40) What you should be focusing on if you want to shift away from the ‘Standard American Lifestyle' and the diseases that come with it (37:46) Resources Mentioned: Use Promo Code drmariza to get 15% Off Your Paleovalley Order Get Donna's new book The Immunity Food Fix here! The PIHR Gut Protocol Dr. Autoimmune Girl Website Follow Dr. Autoimmune Girl on Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest Other Resources: Check out the full show notes page Keep up with everything Dr. Mariza Follow Dr. Mariza on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes: Essentially You Episode #300: Uncovering Common Myths and Lies About Gluten and Autoimmunity with Dr. Peter Osborne Essentially You Episode #115: How to Eat for Your Autoimmunity and Why the Autoimmune Protocol is Key with Angie Alt Essentially You Episode #22: Prevent and Reverse Autoimmune Disease with Diet with Amy Myers