If you are looking for an alternative community pharmacy management practice model that is beneficial for pharmacies, patients, prescribes, and others you need to attend the Prescription Synchronization Initiative and Research Project on November 7, 2013.
The Mississippi Independent Pharmacies Association along with the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy will be hosting a Prescription Synchronization Initiative and Research Project to give the community pharmacists new and innovative ways to better serve their patients and better control of the dispensing workflow.
This workshop will be complimentary, 6.5 continuing education credits will be offered and lunch will be provided by M.I.P.A. Please use this link for the registration form for the event. Jackson RxSync 2013 Registration Form