(By – Bonnie Kirschenbaum, MS, FASHP)
The summer brings a fresh start to many pharmacies, with eager new residents beginning their programs and new grads joining your staff. Laying a solid foundation for them to be able to access information and strategically plan for the workplace of their future is a crucial step. Because learning to step outside the bounds of customarily used pharmacy literature is important, some examples are included here.
At the same time, payors—both the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), for Medicare, and the private payors and insurance carriers—begin to release their proposals for the upcoming payment year. This begins Oct. 1 for inpatients and Jan. 1 for outpatients.
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