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In this episode, Michelle Sherman, president of MichRx Pharmacist Consulting Services, joins host Suzette DiMascio, CHE, CMCE, CPC, to detail her role in transforming the care model for HIV patients while becoming one of the specialty pharmacy industry’s leading HIV experts. She also discusses the critical role HIV specialty pharmacists play in delivering patient care and helping patients overcome the financial and administrative challenges posed by the healthcare system. Tune in to Discover: - Why HIV specialty pharmacist plays such a critical role on any HIV patient’s care team - How HIV pharmacists help patients navigate the healthcare landscape, including coordination of benefits and copays - What the Ubuntu Pharmacist Care Program is and how it empowers patients, their families and communities - How health systems can develop strong HIV care programs to support patient needs and optimize outcomes - Where HIV specialty pharmacist care is heading in an ever-changing healthcare system About Michelle Sherman Michelle Sherman founded MichRx Pharmacist Consulting Services, Inc. in 2005. MichRx Pharmacist Consulting Services, Inc. is a top provider of innovative services and solutions for Pharmacists who want to grow and expand their businesses and focus on specialty niche markets such as HIV/AIDS. Ms. Sherman is a nationally recognized HIV Specialist Pharmacist practicing in Orange County, California for over eighteen years. As an advocate for pharmacists to be at the forefront of care and recognized as a healthcare provider nationally, she is passionate about taking care of patients by arming caregivers, patients and the industry with the knowledge they need to advance the care of HIV patients. Ms. Sherman has extensive experience and expertise in building profitable specialty pharmacies and is a published author of the book "Saving Lives: The Role of The Pharmacist in HIV."

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