I vacillated long and hard about writing this post, much less it being my first post on my new website. Truth is, there’s a good chance it’s going to tick some of you off. And I say “tick” because I promised Google this would be a “PG” website.
We pharmacists today, in general, bemoan the fact that we’ve been relegated to second-class citizenship in the nation of health care providers. We like the salaries we draw. For the most part we like the hours we keep. We do not like how far we have fallen in terms of value within the patient’s hierarchy of trusted treatment experts.
It has struck me, however, that the problem doesn’t really exist with patient perception but rather with our value proposition. Health care and patient management have undergone tremendous evolution over last 30 years in practically every part of the sector. Every sector except the pharmacy. Read more