Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, and Finance

Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, and Finance

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Written to prepare the next generation of pharmacists to be skilled managers, the Second Edition of the award-winning Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, and Finance has been completely updated and revised, with a vibrant, engaging layout, improved organization, and several new chapters including Quality Improvement, The Basics of Managing Risk, Insurance Fundamentals, Integrating Pharmacoeconomic Principles and Pharmacy Management, and Developing and Evaluating Clinical Pharmacy Services. Its concise, reader-friendly style facilitates learning and presents the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values essential to pharmacy administration. Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, and Finance, Second Edition applies business management theory to the pharmacy environment. High quality foundational content and clear learning objectives are connected to real-world practice through engaging Case Scenarios and Management Challenges. This valuable text also includes instructor resources and a student companion website with interactive study tools and links to supplementary web-based resources. Available Instructor Resources Lesson Plans PowerPoint Slides Sample Syllabus Answers to End of Chapter Questions Test Bank Transition Guide http: // Student Companion Web Site includes: Self-Assessment Questions Interactive Glossary Crossword Puzzles Flashcards Web Links to additional learning materials Each new printed textbook copy of Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, and Finance, Second Edition includes an access code card with login information for the accompanying Student Companion Website.Electronic ebooks do not incude access to the companion website. Access to the companion website may also be purchased separately, visit the RESOURCES tab below and click on FOR STUDENTS.qA credit card interest is not tax deductible, and carrying balances and incurring monthly interest charges can be costly. Credit cards can be used for daily purchases and are a great convenience; however, you should carefully manage charges ... Simple interest is calculated with the following formula: FV= P(1+rt) where FVanbsp;...

Title:Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, and Finance
Author:Marie A. Chisholm-Burns, Allison M. Vaillancourt, Marv Shepherd
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2012-10-15


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