Pros: nice people, beautiful work environment, flexible hours
Cons: high prescriptions quotas (they don't call it that), excessive punishment for not meeting numbers, high risk to patient health
During the 3 years I worked there I saw the prescription load of pharmacist go from 22 an hour to 52 and hour. At that speed you can't check history, handle DURs, correct data entry errors made by technicians. In addition, of the prescriptions that are incomplete or unreadable, only 8% of your day's prescriptions can be sent to have the doctor called, leaving pharmacists to guess what the doctor is writing for. The when the patient receives the wrong drug, they make a major case out of it like you were supposed to stop what you were doing at the time and chase down that one prescriptions.
Well I didn't play the game, I worked for patient safety. Now I don't work there.
Screen 57 prescriptions an hour, no access to doctors to answer questions, not time to do a thorough DUR. Work here if you have great malpractice insurance because when they get sued and pay the claim, then Humana turns around and sues you to get their money back.