Explores the in-store supermarket pharmacy and the management and merchandising elements necessary to make this department a success. Also examines the legislative and regulatory issues that affect pharmacy operations. Includes a business appointment session where retailers and their supplier partners can meet to discuss products, programs and services. Discussion topics will include Health Care and Pharmacy Trends, Medicare Reform/A Prescription Benefit for Seniors, Finding and Retaining Tomorrow's Pharmacists, Profiting from Pharmaceutical Care, Delivering Quality Patient Information, and Supply Chain Integrity: Assuring the Quality of Medications.
Meeting materials, continental breakfasts, cofee breaks, lunches and receptions. Fee also includes access to the FMI SHow on Sunday, May 2nd.
Who Should Attend:
Pharmacy vice presidents, directors, buyers, and third party managers; store operations and GM/HBC executives; pharmaceutical company sales directors and trade relations representatives; and other suppliers of pharmacy-related products and services.
Business casual for all conference events. Appropriate attire includes slacks and sports jackets for mean; slacks of skirts for women. (FMI Show Banquet attire is suits for men and cocktails dresses for women.) Please remember that meeting rooms might be chilly - we recommend that you bring a sweater or jacket to sessions!
Cancellation and Other Policies:
100% if cancellation is received by April 23; 60% if received by APril 30. IF REGISTRATION IS NOT CANCELLED BY APRIL 30, REGISTRANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT OF FULL REGISTRATION FEE.
Is Media Allowed?
Continuing Education Information:
Participants in this conference may earn continuing education units. The University of the Pacific's Thomas J. Lang School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is approved by the Accrediation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education. This program will be accredited for 13.25 contact hours, with ACPE Numbers 006-999-04-101-L04 through 006-999-04-118-L04.
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