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Medication Therapy Management Clinical Pharmacist (Current Employee) –  Nashville, TNJune 30, 2017
Hire too many pharmacists, then expect you to be okay with only working about 4 months out of the year. More interested in quantity than quality. Not impressed.
Cons
You could never do this full-time and it couldn't be your only job
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Digital Pharmacist (Current Employee) –  Austin, TXNovember 24, 2015
You always feel that your contribution to the efforts of the company goals are greatly appreciated! They work hard to show they're appreciation for all of their contract staff, give adequate training, and prompt response to any questions.
Pros
Flexibility
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Great temporarily if needing fast cash
MTM/ PES (Current Employee) –  Brentwood TNJuly 21, 2015
This is not a company to go to for F/T employment. You are an independent contractor and not an employee of PharmMD. Essentially, you are a Third Party individual, making repeated calls to member's of contracted healthcare plans. The adherence to STARs measure medications if still fairly a new thing, this will eventually die down and the contracted healthcare plans will have no need for places like PharmMD to call their member's on their behalf. Low pay (for the experienced), no benefits, very little room for professional advancement. The hours are flexible however the times you are actually "working" will be thoroughly examined with a fine tooth comb and nit picked if any discrepancy. Be prepared to keep track of every minute of your day. Just don't go there unless seeking quick, temporary work and paycheck. Much too stressful, which is unfortunate because most of the management team is very kind, but not very helpful. I only assume this is because you're not really an "employee".
Pros
Flexible scheduling, great trainer/training program
Cons
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Contract position that is good temporarily
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) –  Brentwood, TNDecember 17, 2014
This is a contract position only. No opportunities to become a full-time employee and no benefits. Would only recommend this position if you are having trouble finding a job and need money.
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Overall PharmMD was a wonderful place to work with a great atmosphere and attitude with helping their patients and employees live fuller and healthier
Medicare STARS Representative (Former Employee) –  Nashville, TNDecember 8, 2014
A typical day at PharmMD would involve contacting patients via SDN CosmoCall, confirming HIPAA, and ensure medication refill date and accuracy. I also was briefly responsible for call quality assessment of PharmMD "STARS" employee's.
I learned how to be politely persistent and always remain calm and level headed when dealing with a uncooperative patient.
The management was top notch. They were very helpful, knowledgeable, and understanding. They ensured that all employees were properly trained and informed.
Co-workers were also helpful in giving direction when needed. There was a real team effort at PharmMD and everyone played their part.
The hardest part of the job was trying to remain positive and upbeat when dealing with a difficult patient.
The most enjoyable part of the job is when a patient thanks you for making sure that they were taking their medications and gratitude in assisting them.
Pros
Flexible work hours, numerous opportunities for advancement, recognition of excellence, in place corrective procedures and constructive criticism.
Cons
Contract employment and frequent technical issues with the software.
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Great pay for what you do!
Patient Engagement Specialist (Current Employee) –  Nashville, TNOctober 15, 2014
Great pay, it is a little boring unless you get a talkative person, you pretty much call people all day and make sure they have there medications and are compliant in taking them.
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Medical Therapy Management
MTM Pharmacist (Current Employee) –  Brentwood, TNMarch 31, 2014
Open discussion with patients about medical history, lifestyle and medication management
Pros
Helping people
Cons
Early mornings to late, late evenings.
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Stress free job
MTM Pharmacist, Remote Access (Current Employee) –  Miami, FLDecember 23, 2013
This is a great job in which I can use my professional skills in Medication Therapy Management without stress. The patients have their assigned appointments and the clinical pharmacists call these patients performing the Medication Therapy Management interview. There is no paperwork to do. Everything is online so the DNR and patient letters are sent electronically at the moment the pharmacist completes the DNR (if applicable). I enjoy talking with the patients and listening to them, something that is difficult in the retail settings and impossible in the mail order setting. There are 2 challenges in this job: First, the resistance of the patient to verify his ID information, such as date of birth and address and second, the patients forget that they have an appointment with us and the pharmacist can't reach them on the phone. There is another challenge regarding the compensation: It is an independent contract in which there are no benefits such as vacations, holiday pay, sick day pay, 401K. Also there is no compensation unless there are certain cases completed.
Pros
Flexibility, work from home, no expenses of transportation, work clothes, etc
Cons
No fixed compensation, waste of time if the pharmacist is unable to reach patients
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IT issues
undisclosed (Former Employee) –  Brentwood, TNJanuary 19, 2013
Consistent IT issues. Other than that, no other issues. Great place to work.
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