Pharmacy is certainly a unique profession. Rare is the position with job responsibilities that encompasses such a vast array of areas. From efficient inventory management to safe HD compounding, from temperature monitoring to managing 340B medications, from troubleshooting packaging machines to designing a compliant cleanroom, pharmacy leaders are tasked with developing expertise in an incredibly broad range of issues. This can only be accomplished by simultaneously keeping abreast of all the attendant tools and technologies available to assist with these responsibilities.
Knowing where to go to get answers for your latest, pressing questions is half the battle, and at PP&P we are happy to assist you in that endeavor. PP&P’s 11th annual Resource Guide delivers easy access to over 150 companies that provide products and services to help improve the safety and efficacy of the many services pharmacy provides. With new products entering the marketplace at a rapid clip and companies being spun off or acquired, it can be a challenge to keep track of the best sources for the products you need. Our Resource Guide can simplify that process for you.
Just as the pages of PP&P provide guidance from your fellow pharmacy directors every month, our annual Resource Guide connects you with the suppliers and consultants who can help further optimize your operations. Our online version, FindIt (www.2finditnow.com) delivers the same access with just a few clicks to connect to the vendor of your choice, along with detailed product descriptions. Please reach out and let us know if there are additional products or services you would like to see included in FindIt.
Thank you for your continued support of PP&P throughout this past year, we look forward to new and exciting pharmacy coverage in 2015.
All the best,
R. Mitchell Halvorsen
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