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The Missouri Pharmacy Podcast
10 minutes | 4 months ago
Remdesivir as a treatment for COVID-19
Fourth year pharmacy student, Adam Ellyson discusses with an infectious disease pharmacist, Katie Miller, the use of Remdesivir in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Recently, the FDA has granted Remdesivir an emergency use authorization to combat the novel coronavirus. Tune in for how this medication is used to treat Covid-19 patients, and how hospitals are preparing for its use.
26 minutes | 4 months ago
The differing responses to the COVID-19 pandemic - US and South Korea
Rachel Hagyeoung Yang talks with Michaela Newell about the differences in responses to the COVID crisis from her perspective in South Korea comparatively to Michaela's perspective in the US. How does Korean culture differ from the US, and therefore, make the response look so much different? What has Korea done that's been so effective in combatting the spread of COVID? What does contact tracing look like in South Korea? That and much more in the latest Missouri Pharmacist podcast episode.
22 minutes | 5 months ago
Innovative ideas for enhancing pharmacy services with "Flip the Pharmacy"
As Flip the Pharmacy enters is next cohort year Adam Barber, a fourth year APPE student from Saint Louis College of Pharmacy, and Dr. Paula Boettler of Mitchell’s Drug Store talk about the program. They dive into the scaled innovation, integration, and benefits of the program for both pharmacy and patient. For those pharmacists and pharmacies who want to find new innovative ideas of how to enhance their pharmacy services look no further than this podcast to achieve a better understanding of the future of pharmacy.
19 minutes | 6 months ago
Doan Do interviews a hospital pharmacist concerning recent developments around hydroxychloroquine
MPA rotation student, Doan Do, interviews Dr. Kat Lincoln, an infectious disease pharmacist and antimicrobial stewardship program coordinator at Olathe Medical Center. In the episode, they talk about all the chatter surrounding hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for patients who have contracted COVID-19.
20 minutes | 6 months ago
MPA's Henrio Thelemaque gives a legislative wrap up from the 2020 Missouri legislative session
Henrio Thelemaque, the MPA's Director of Government Affairs, gives a wrap up of the 2020 legislative session from our perspective. Listen in to hear about how COVID-19 impacted the session, what happened to priority legislation, and did pharmacy get helpful policy wins in 2020? Contact Henrio directly if you have further questions -- email@example.com.
19 minutes | 6 months ago
MPA President Lisa Umfleet talks about COVID-19 testing at her pharmacy
In this episode, MPA Executive Fellow, Michaela Newell, interviews Lisa Umfleet about the roll out of COVID-19 testing at her pharmacy.
26 minutes | 9 months ago
Independent pharmacies fight for survival
MPA Fellow Michaela Newell speaks with independent pharmacy owner, Tim Mitchell, about the struggles he's experienced running his business, taking care of patients, and having to deal with PBMs.
20 minutes | 9 months ago
Reporter shines light on PBMs in Ohio
Upon Marty Schladen and his team's investigation into the practices of PBMs in the Ohio Medicaid system, Ohio began reforming their relationship with them. Listen in to find out how he revealed abuses perpetrated on Ohio and her most vulnerable citizens.
14 minutes | 9 months ago
What should a transparent PBM look like?
Greg Greenlee runs the PBM MaxCare and discusses how his PBM is different from the large conglomerate PBMs.
17 minutes | 9 months ago
Journalist Exposes PBM Contracting
MPA Fellow Michaela Newell interviews Bob Herman, a journalist who has studied the practices of PBMs and health care in general over the last three years for Axios Media.
9 minutes | 2 years ago
MPA President Chris Geronsin discusses his upcoming year as the head of the association
In this episode, MPA President Chris Geronsin discusses his practice and his goals as the leader of the association this year.
12 minutes | 2 years ago
MPA CEO Ron Fitzwater discusses medical marijuana
Ron Fitzwater, the CEO of the Missouri Pharmacy Association, breaks down the position of the organization on medical marijuana. The conversation is an interesting look into the dynamics of a health care non-profit's decision making process.
17 minutes | 2 years ago
MPA Young Pharmacist Leadership Retreat attendee Brigid Farrar on investing in personal development
Brigid Farrar is an engaging young pharmacist who attended this year's Missouri Young Pharmacist Leadership Retreat. She attended to network, and not only got to do so, but learned so much about herself and her leadership qualities and abilities. Enjoy her conversation about her experience.
15 minutes | 2 years ago
MPA President Melody Savley on building leaders for the future of pharmacy
Missouri Pharmacy Association President, Melody Savley, who is an independent pharmacy entrepreneur and store owner, discusses how the MPA is working towards investing in young pharmacists who can help move the profession of pharmacy forward in the state of Missouri and our nation.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
MPA lobbyists Jorgen Schlemeier discusses the 2018 legislative session in detail
Jorgen Schlemeier of the Gamble & Schlemeier lobbying firm, discusses in detail the 2018 legislative session. He talks about Senate Bill 826 and how a new governor impacts the signing of that bill. Enjoy!
12 minutes | 3 years ago
Tripp Logan talks about the opportunities for pharmacists to increase their bottom line by providing services beyond the counter
Tripp Logan joins the podcast to discuss the Missouri Pharmacy Association’s work to begin the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Networks (CPESN) to reward quality of care from pharmacists to patients. It’s a chance for pharmacists to do more for patients, provide better outcomes, and improve their bottom line.
17 minutes | 3 years ago
State Representative Lynn Morris gives an outline of how Senate Bill (SB) 826 was passed
State Rep. Lynn Morris discusses how SB 826 was passed, the dynamics behind how it got done, and why it's important for pharmacies and patients in the state of Missouri. Lynn carried the original bill and then amended it onto another piece of legislation which eventually passed the legislature and is waiting for the Governor's signature.
9 minutes | 3 years ago
Missouri Pharmacy Association's CEO, Ron Fitzwater, gives an overview of the 2018 legislative session and efforts of the MPA going forward
Enjoy this short overview of the Missouri Pharmacy Association's perspective on the successes and work done in the 2018 legislative session. From Senate Bill (SB) 826 to the MPA's advocacy for expanded practice opportunities, you'll want to hear this short update from our CEO, Ron Fitzwater. Also, find out how you can be a bigger part of our advocacy efforts in the Missouri legislative and executive branches.
25 minutes | 3 years ago
Dr. David Patterson Silver Wolf details his personal struggle with addiction and how we can help fight it in healthcare
Dr. David Patterson Silver Wolfe is a professor at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. On this episode, he discussed his own journey with drug abuse and how it shaped his life as a professor today. He's helping fight the epidemic in Missouri and around the US. He has encouraging insight into rehabilitation methods and recovery efforts that the state and nation could take to more effectively curb the opioid and drug epidemics.
17 minutes | 3 years ago
Pharmacist Amy Tiemeier highlights the efforts in healthcare to fight the opioid epidemic
Dr. Tiemeier delves into the state of the opioid epidemic from a pharmacists perspective and what they can do in the state to help fight the issue in their local communities. From setting up drug take backs to getting involved in your local community to partner in efforts to prevent abuse of medications, Dr. Tiemeier talks about her belief that pharmacists should be on the front lines of curbing the epidemic in Missouri.
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