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How To Be Successful In Pharmaceutical Business?

  Hi Guys I am Ajay Kamboj and today we will talk that if you want to be successful in pharmaceutical business or ayurvedic business or nutraceuticals business then what you have to do for that. How you can be successful we will talk about the same in this post Actually, whenever anyone asks me if they want to be successful in pharma business. Whether it is marketing, manufacturing, trading, distribution then how can they can be successful. Then I have a simple answer, for everyone, they to make their own network. They do not understand that and they feel I am talking about network marketing. I do not mean here with network marketing, networking exists in every business and for the success of any business networking is very important How much good idea you have? How much unique idea you have? You are coming with a product that is not available with anyone but till you will not have a good network Unless you know how you will deliver your product to your customer, who is its end user

What is the meaning of Pharmacy Practitioner?

Pharmacy Practitioner:

A "Pharmacy Practitioner” means an individual (Community Pharmacist/ Hospital Pharmacist/ Clinical Pharmacist/ Drug information Pharmacist) currently licensed, registered or otherwise authorized under the Act to counsel or otherwise and administer drugs in the course of professional practice. 

Types of Pharmacy Practitioners:

Community Pharmacist:
A “Community pharmacist” means an individual currently registered and who works according to legal and ethical guidelines to ensure the correct and safe supply of medical products to the general public. They are involved in maintaining and improving people's health by providing advice and information as well as supplying prescription medicines. 

Hospital Pharmacist:
A “Hospital Pharmacist” means an individual currently registered and who works in a hospital pharmacy service, primarily within the public / private sector. They are responsible for ensuring the safe, appropriate and cost-effective use of medicines. Hospital pharmacists use their specialist knowledge to dispense drugs and advise patients about the medicines which have been prescribed. They work collaboratively with other health care professionals to devise the most appropriate drug treatment for patients. Some pharmacists are also involved in manufacturing required drug treatments. 

Drug Information Pharmacist:
A “Drug Information Pharmacist” means an individual currently registered who works in a community pharmacy/hospital Pharmacy/teaching hospital/ other health care settings and provides information and advice regarding drug interactions, side effects, dosage and proper medication storage to patients/physicians/dentists/other health care professionals. 

Clinical Pharmacist:
A “Clinical Pharmacist” means an individual currently registered and who provides patient care that optimizes the use of medication and promotes health, wellness and disease prevention. Clinical pharmacists care for patients in all health care settings. Clinical pharmacists often collaborate with physicians and other healthcare professionals.

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