Getting Started as a Pharmacy Manager is designed to provide an easy and concise resource of relevant information for the new pharmacist graduate or newly promoted pharmacy manager. The information in the book is applicable to real-life situations, regardless of practice setting, because it provides insights into issues that most pharmacy managers will face, such as human resources, financial procedures, pharmacy law and patient confidentiality, business plan development, and successful leadership development. Profiles of pharmacy managers provide additional insight into the way to prepare for, maintain, and sustain a successful career in pharmacy management. KEY FEATURES: • Concise introduction to pharmacy management. • Links to additional information and resources. • Pharmacy manager profiles. • Learning exercises for each chapter. • Material applicable to all practice settings.
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About the Author
Lynette R. Bradley-Baker, BSPharm, PhD, is director of professional alliance development at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Alexandria, Virginia. She earned her BSPharm degree from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and her PhD degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Her experience includes management roles with CVS Caremark, teaching as an assistant professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, and serving as a governor-appointed commissioner on the State of Maryland Board of Pharmacy.
Table of Contents• Preface • The Basics of Pharmacy Management • Pharmacy Management and the Law • Personnel Roles, Processes, and Issues • Financial Aspects of Pharmacy Management • Business Plan Essentials • The Key Ingredient • Index