Pharmacy Management: Essentials for All Practice Settings

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 - Medical - 597 pages
Developed for the required management course in all pharmacy curricula, this text covers everything from personal management to operations management, managing people, accounting basics and finance, marketing, purchasing, value-added services, managing risks and more, in this text the top experts focus on the principles applicable to all practice settings and all aspects of pharmacy practice. Evidence based, theory is directly applied to cases and examples.

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Contents

Pharmaceutical Care as a Management Movement
13
Management Functions
19
Managing Yourself
29
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Shane P. Desselle, PhD, RPh
Duquesne University
Mylan School of Pharmacy
Pittsburgh, PA

Published peer-reviewed articles in Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, Journal of Managed Pharmaceutical Care, Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, Journal of Health and Social Policy, Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy, American Journal of Health-Systems Pharmacy, Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, American Journal of Pharmacy Education, Drug Information Journal, and U.S. Pharmacist, Teaches courses in health care systems, health economics, and research methods.

David P. Zgarrick, PhD, RPh
Midwestern University- Chicago College of Pharmacy
Downer’s Grove, IL

Published peer-reviewed articles in American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, American Journal of Health-Systems Pharmacy, Pharmacy Case Review, Case Studies in Pharmacy Management, and Clinical Therapeutics. Thirty-five peer-reviewed presentations. Eighteen grants and awards. Experienced teacher.

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