I'm a new tech at Walmart pharmacy, i'm still confused on using the Connexus system such as billing problems and insurance info

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Nikkita Barber in Miami, Florida

37 months ago

I am a certified pharmacy tech and registered in the state of Florida, I am also a specialist in IV-Sterile Compounding.I have called for job interviews and everything went well except that I have no work experience, employers do not hire me.I'm desperate and I do not know what to do.any colleague may help me? I work hard to achieve my goals and I can exceed all expectations

Paul in Downey, California

37 months ago

Get a job at Wal Mart

maggie in New Lisbon, Wisconsin

36 months ago

I don't feel our CBL's. Help in training for insurance. I liked the inputting prescriptions tests. Can they do this with insurance? this is what we need. A CBL troubleshooting. I called the help desk they close at 5pm.REALLY BECAUSE MY STORE IS OPEN UNTIL 9PM. when I need the help.
I do love it when I can get help desk to go into my computer and actually help me..They definately need a # to call go into our computer and fix insurance. Hardest thing there is to do is insurance. 14 years at Walmart Pharmacy . Insurances change their policies faster than we can keep up.

Paul in Downey, California

36 months ago

When the insurance is messed up I call the insurance company.

kesiolas in Henderson, North Carolina

35 months ago

hi everyone i live in NC i am transferring to Bowie MD because i am moving to DC, Walmart sends you to take your pharmacy tech test that's the only way to take it unless a store sends you so i was told, does anyone know how much DC or MD pays a certified pharmacy tech?

Sunni Rays in Ohio

35 months ago

rosebud in Richmond, Virginia said: go to f8 put in the drug and you can see how many you have on hand. how much do you make there. I just started at walmart. first job as a pharm. tech i make ten a hour. You have to do everything. I hope after some experience i can get in a hospital and make more money. or maybe its just walmart that sucks. get back with me.

Very helpful !! Thx . Just started & those short cuts ate helpful

Sunni Rays in Ohio

35 months ago

kimmyhellfire13 in Rockwall, Texas said: In Texas, the pharmacy techs at CVS Pharmacy only start at $10 an hr . Super Target starts at $11.75 for a tech with no experience, but they don't have a counting machine of any type; you ARE the counting machine!! I liked working there, but I guess they thought I wasn't fast enough or efficient enough. They put a LOT of pressure on their techs, but I would have dealt with the pressure for that kind of money. Working part-time, I was able to pay all of my bills!! With CVS, I still struggled a lot, although I LOVED the weekly paychecks, but they stopped that in July 2011.

CVS in OH starts at 8.40 . What an insult! And every tech has to float to other stores

kesiolas in Henderson, North Carolina

35 months ago

Walgreens here in NC pays more than Walmart and i believe target

sali in Cincinnati, Ohio

34 months ago

dannyj in United Kingdom said: What king of pay do you get for a hospital technician?

$18-$25 an hr

kesidossan in Raleigh, North Carolina

34 months ago

im transferring to another Walmart as a pharmacy tech ,after i take my certification test, i will be going to a hospital

sofly in Baltimore, Maryland

34 months ago

kesiolas in Henderson, North Carolina said: hi everyone i live in NC i am transferring to Bowie MD because i am moving to DC, Walmart sends you to take your pharmacy tech test that's the only way to take it unless a store sends you so i was told, does anyone know how much DC or MD pays a certified pharmacy tech?

I was working at walmart and made 10.70 as a pharmtech with experience then I left and got highered at target for 14.50 but I like walmart better and Iam thinking on going back and since I was at target for a while I would get like15 because I am certified now, target is nice but its really boring we do a lot of rx but they have a rule when a customer comes every one goes and helps them wich sux because always the same people go and get stuck walmart alwos the tech to do more as well so I would try wally world, btw I am in the baltimore md area good look

Meme4life09 in Charlotte, North Carolina

34 months ago

Well I just started at CVS Pharmacy working as a pharmacy tech in Charlotte NC they are only starting me out at $8.00 an hour I think that is VERY VERY VERY crappy someone please give suggestions on what i should do. especially someone who lives in the state or in charlotte. PLease and thank you

dream2reality13 in Hollywood, Florida

34 months ago

I am a current CVS Pharmacy Tech ($10) and I have an interview with Walmart on Tuesday not really sure what to expect. I hope the pay & schedule is better.

rrrrrr in Columbia, South Carolina

34 months ago

How much do I expect to be paid for walmart at Columbia SC

rrrrrr in Columbia, South Carolina

34 months ago

I just did an interview with walmart today am a registered p. tech who much much do they start with ,

kesidossan in Raleigh, North Carolina

34 months ago

that all depends on your state. i know here its like 10.05 im in NC

rave in T, Ohio

33 months ago

rosebud in Richmond, Virginia said: go to f8 put in the drug and you can see how many you have on hand. how much do you make there. I just started at walmart. first job as a pharm. tech i make ten a hour. You have to do everything. I hope after some experience i can get in a hospital and make more money. or maybe its just walmart that sucks. get back with me.

What part of the states do u live ? I starred at 9.00 an
Hour $ that's with 7 years exp

rave in T, Ohio

33 months ago

kanaka54 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama said: We are not allowed to use the bathroom in-pharmacy either (because of the DM's decision), nor are we allowed to hace any food /drink in the pharmacy area. We also cannot wear jackets or sweaters w/ pockets. I don't think its a company wide policy, but our two local stores fall under the same DM.

It's policy

rave in T, Ohio

33 months ago

It's company policy. Depending on pharmacist on duty, drinks and snacks may be allowed. At my store we never get breaks, just the forced lunch when pharmacy is closed. Again, depends on hawm & rph

tlb5859 in Forney, Texas

33 months ago

maggie in New Lisbon, Wisconsin said: I don't feel our CBL's. Help in training for insurance . I liked the inputting prescriptions tests. Can they do this with insurance? this is what we need. A CBL troubleshooting. I called the help desk they close at 5pm.REALLY BECAUSE MY STORE IS OPEN UNTIL 9PM. when I need the help.
I do love it when I can get help desk to go into my computer and actually help me..They definately need a # to call go into our computer and fix insurance. Hardest thing there is to do is insurance. 14 years at Walmart Pharmacy . Insurances change their policies faster than we can keep up.

If you have been working at Walmart for 14 years as a technician, then you should know how to do insurance without the help of the help desk. Connexus system not only sends the reject message from insurance, it sends you what to do to fix it. If you read both the message on the top left (insurance response) AND the message on top left (Walmart message) 99% of the time you can solve it on your own. The key here is to READ!

deb in Addison, Illinois

33 months ago

acts1614 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma said: Has tech's taken the Inputting test on the global learning system ? If so, what did you think about it. I was disappointed that it was very difficult to read the prescriptions. I spent alot of time blowing up the sig just to read it. Another I noticed was that when you looked at what you typed, the font didn't look the numbers or letters looked the same.

I think this cbl is the hardest Ive ever had at walmart. I f you dont pass you have to go somewhere else in the store. I dont think this is fair at all. The rxs are hard to read and you have to go to pharmacy school to read some of the examples. I think this new system stinks because walmart doesnt care if your certified.

ajmarti in Atlanta, Georgia

33 months ago

i have been working in walmart pharmacy 3 years i recently got certified but walmart will not raise my pay until i get my job code changed into certified pharmacy technician until next febuary anybody with anything i could do about that

jsv in Bentonville, Arkansas

32 months ago

I just started at walmart and they're only starting me at 8.55 an hour! I had taken a course and I was certified but they said that didn't matter because I still didn't have experience.

tim

32 months ago

rosebud in Richmond, Virginia said: that pay really sucks. i am a certified pharmacy tech at walmart and only make ten an hr . all the things i have to do and know when a patient comes to my window not to mention everything else we should make eighteen and hr. I use to work production and made seventeen. what we do is crutual. we help people we work in medicine. you should be making twenty five for what you do. I just think all of us should go on strike one city or state at a time. doctors get paid really high. they need us all of them, everywhere. pharmacist make alot of money even at walmart but us tech get low pay. we do everything. get back with me.

Rosebud...I would not want someone who doesn't seem to have a basic grasp of how to communicate handling my healthcare needs. "crutual"? Really? And, as someone who has done the job...you do not do everything. Without the Pharmacist, who went to school for 6+ years, you would have no job. A Technician is far from qualified to be a pharmacist. Just because you can enter patient data, run a register and count out pills....well, let's just say it's not rocket science.

tim

32 months ago

deb in Addison, Illinois said: I think this cbl is the hardest Ive ever had at walmart. I f you dont pass you have to go somewhere else in the store. I dont think this is fair at all. The rxs are hard to read and you have to go to pharmacy school to read some of the examples. I think this new system stinks because walmart doesnt care if your certified.

You do not have to go to pharmacy school to read RXs. They are written in shorthand that is very easy to learn if you take the time and apply yourself. And if you can't pass the very simple CBL to enter the pharmacy, you have no business in there in the first place. I passed the thing in no time. Actually...I pass all of the quiz portions without having watched the learning module. They are common sense,

tim

32 months ago

tlb5859 in Forney, Texas said: If you have been working at Walmart for 14 years as a technician, then you should know how to do insurance without the help of the help desk. Connexus system not only sends the reject message from insurance, it sends you what to do to fix it. If you read both the message on the top left (insurance response) AND the message on top left (Walmart message) 99% of the time you can solve it on your own. The key here is to READ!

Exactly. I did the job for 4 years...and I can see why the pharmacy manager is chomping at the bit to get me back there. Because if these folks are the example of the quality of employees these days...well..I sigh for the future.

tim

32 months ago

Meme4life09 in Charlotte, North Carolina said: Well I just started at CVS Pharmacy working as a pharmacy tech in Charlotte NC they are only starting me out at $8.00 an hour I think that is VERY VERY VERY crappy someone please give suggestions on what i should do. especially someone who lives in the state or in charlotte. PLease and thank you

My goodness. What do you people expect? A Pharmacy Tech is not a nurse. I worked for 4 years as a Tech at Safeway and made only a little above what I made as an HBAC stocker. And to be honest, the work was more difficult as a stocker. If you want to make money, go to school for 6 years and become a pharmacist...the one whose license is on the line everytime you count a pill.

Tina in Toronto, Ontario

31 months ago

Does anyone know how to use the Connexus software for RX computer processing and 3rd party biling? Or what the steps are for it.

I'm worth a little more than that... in Patterson, California

31 months ago

Walmart Tech in Downey, California said: Walmart starts you off at $12 hourly pay and after 45-60 days they can higher it depending on the improvement that you have made. Also when you get a message saying REFILL TO SOON it also means that the patient still has some medication left and still needs to finish there monthly supply before the Insurance company can pay for another months supply.

I applied for a pharmacy tech position in San Leandro and I was told that the clerks make $8.xx and the techs with no experience start off at $9.89. The Pharmacist had it written down in her little handy notepad. I am a licensed, registered, and certified tech with an AA degree. This was several months ago. I can't work for that small amount! You make more being a regular cashier. Walmart and the Pharmacy have their own hiring criteria and obviously their own pay rate.

HarrowedWrath in Edgewood, Washington

30 months ago

I have worked at Walmart for 7 years now as a CPhT. The only reason I haven't left is because I don't want to lose my benefits (as meager as they are).

Their wages are atrocious. They changed the way raises were done. In pharmacy there used to be 3 to 4 different job codes. Each time you were promoted to a new job code you could get a larger raise. Such as from Pharmacy Assistant to Pharm Tech. Pharm Tech to Tech II. From Tech II to CPhT. Now they just have Pharmacy Assistant and CPhT. So they screw you on raises.

Their hours aren't much better. We lost all our holidays off barring Christmas and Thanksgiving. They took away the 1.00 extra an hour after 5 PM and my schedule continually bounces from one week to the next and one day to the next. In a given week I will work an early shift, mid shift, late shift, early shift, late shift. (really screws with your sleep schedule).

We kind of half rotate weekends. Unfortunately this turns into either you will be working 8 or 10 days straight depending. Which is legal by the way if they set up the days to fall into opposite pay periods.

I have been there longer than every other person in the pharmacy including the Pharmacy Manager. Yet, I still have to rotate with all the rest. Seniority means nothing at all. I have seen people come and go either who could not handle the work load or simply didn't show up on time ever. (we do anywhere from 550 to 700 scripts depending on the day of the week).

Over all I would not get sucked in. Just recently I hit the apparent invisible wage cap. (I had been told there wasn't one). So instead of telling me this. I found out when my paycheck didn't have a raise on it. Nice of them right.

HarrowedWrath in Edgewood, Washington

30 months ago

tim said: My goodness. What do you people expect? A Pharmacy Tech is not a nurse. I worked for 4 years as a Tech at Safeway and made only a little above what I made as an HBAC stocker. And to be honest, the work was more difficult as a stocker. If you want to make money, go to school for 6 years and become a pharmacist...the one whose license is on the line everytime you count a pill.

You do realize. Your license is on the line as well. If you counted that prescription and that bottle goes out, you are liable. Your name will be put into the error report and you are just as responsible. The only difference being their degree is worth a lot more than your training.

Newbie in Patterson, California

29 months ago

I just got hired on in another location and wanted to ask a few questions. What am I to expect during training? I'm told that there will be four of us (two techs and two clerks) along with two pharmacists. Techs will do only tech stuff and clerk will do clerking. What do techs do besides filling or is that all they do? What is the system Walmart uses? Are the medications on the shelf organized in a particular way (i.e.: alphabetized brand and generic, alphabetized generic only, etc.) or do one have to search to find what they're looking for? Are the liquid containers labels by measurements? Will there be compounding?

I'm used to Walgreens pharmacy where everything is laid out for you and someone else goes and get the meds for you and all you do is fill. I was doing tech stuff not administrative duties. I wouldn't mind it if I was "trained" in those areas but I hadn't experienced that during my externship. There method is simple and easy. I've never had a script filled at Walmart. So I just wanted to know what I should look out for.

I am a level 6. I have an AAS degree. I'm registered/licensed and certified. The cap is level 7 next to management and that's it. Guess what's my starting pay? It may or may not be a shocker. I'm rather shocked but am extremely grateful that I have a job after searching for years to find a pharmacy job with NO EXPERIENCE, only my 240 hours of externship. Trust me, I've applied several times at Kaiser, Sutter Health, the county hospitals, CVS, VA hospitals Pharmerica, McKesson, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Temp Agencies. Pretty much wherever there was a pharmacy and NO ONE called me. I even searched for pharmacy clerks positions. I've been on TWO interviews this year. None last year. I had been applying on a consistent basis. Walmart makes my third. So I'm grateful that Walmart did. I can gain the experience I didn't have.

One more thing, were there set hours or variable hours?

Jason in Decatur, Illinois

29 months ago

qumrun in Hicksville, New York said: could you please tell me what program walgreen has?

Intercom Plus

WannabeRx in Charleston, West Virginia

28 months ago

Tech in Florida in Cape Coral, Florida said: You are talking about the TASCO system, not the Connexus system. As for inputting, have you not taken any of the CBL's yet? You should not even be doing inputting after only a week. Heck, you should only be learning how to cashier & TASCO. I did not learn inputting and filling until I started the Tech program, after about the first month.

Actually, that does sound like the Connexus system when you're at drop off. Why would the patient give you a prescription at pick up? I think you're confusing it with scanning the insurance waivers at drive thru.

Also, some stores are hurting so bad for help that they pull new hires directly into the pharmacy on their first day. We had a transferred CSM associate probably a year ago who didn't start their CBLs until they had been in the pharmacy for a couple of months. It was a bad winter with numerous pharmacy associates out for various reasons (4 people gone). I hear that it happens at other stores too...

As for inputting, search for the drug by the first few letters and the strength. Ex. Amox 500 when looking for Amoxicillin 500mg. This can help narrow down numerous results you would get if you just searched with "Amox" or "Amoxicillin."

Less is more. Some medicines will not appear if you type in the whole name. Ex. Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen 5/500 will not give you anything. Instead, search with "hydro 5" which should bring up a few options, hopefully one being what you are looking for.

If you can't find a drug in the computer, find the bottle/package on the shelf and type in the NDC number instead. This number is like a fingerprint for the drug itself - each one is specific for the drug and pack size. You should be able to pull up the drug that way. I use this often for diabetes prescriptions like test strips, lancets, pen needles, or syringes. These things can be difficult to find if you just try to search for it by name.

abcorrea13@yahoo.com in Ithaca, New York

28 months ago

mike in San Antonio, Texas said: Im a pharmacy technician at walmart and they started me off with $22.25 an hour. I've made better, not trying to rub it in or anything....

How many yrs of experience did you have when you applied, if you dont mind my asking?

Newbie32 in Patterson, California

28 months ago

Anyone knows how to order through Connexus to the warehouse? I know the warehouse may be different in all states but I want the basic steps to start the ordering process. For those who knows the system well, is there something on the wire or somewhere that has a list of insurance codes? I've just started and entering insurance is a little challenging since no one has shown me how to really identify them. There are more than just a few with the same PCN or Group number. I'm learning as I go.

Sobe in Lubbock, Texas

20 months ago

Anything under $10 for CERTIFIED is underpaid no matter experience. I went to trade school 1/08-7/08, intern at Albertsons in Dallas area for 1 month; got hire as trainee. $8.50, 2 months later I passed my PTCB jumped to $10.50. Worked with them from 8/08-08/13, quit due to college had to move here to Lubbock.

Albertsons: 1st year .25 cents every 6 months, 2nd year $0.50 per 6 months, 3rd year $0.75, 4th year $1 per 6 months. 5th I think $1 or $1.25. By the time I quit, I was at $16.75. Now here in Lubbock, got hired at Walmart 9/29/13 starting at $11.50. It's decent but still very little for 5 yrs of experience.

iamlewis in Covington, Georgia

19 months ago

rosebud in Richmond, Virginia said: go to f8 put in the drug and you can see how many you have on hand. how much do you make there. I just started at walmart. first job as a pharm. tech i make ten a hour. You have to do everything. I hope after some experience i can get in a hospital and make more money. or maybe its just walmart that sucks. get back with me.

I used to work at Rite Aid. Have national certification, state license, and a year of retail experience. When I quit because of the pay, I was only making 8.50 an hour. The wal-mart techs down the street said that they started at 10 an hour and were quickly increased to 11, 12 , and 13 an hour. 10 doesn't sound that bad. get some admixture and sterile product experience If you want to work in a hospital. Retail pharmacy is a joke.

moxon22 in Hillsdale, Michigan

18 months ago

Hi,

I was just wondering what qualifications you need to have to get a job at walmart to become a pharm tech?

Hoping to work for KP in Patterson, California

18 months ago

I'm from CA. The pharmacy clerk/cashier/associate does the same job as a tech EXCEPT for filling medications. I would suggest starting there (as a clerk) to familiarize yourself with terminology, sig codes, insurances, etc. If you decide to become a tech, then take the test to get licensed then another test to be certified. Walmart's goal is to have EVERY TECH nationally certified. The clerks at my location have no educational background in pharmacy or health care. They didn't go to school. They're learning as they go. ***Some states may be different as far as what pharmacy clerks/cashiers/associates can do***. Just to get your foot in the door, some techs are clerks waiting for the opportunity to be techs when an opening becomes available.

In case that didn't answer your question... You really don't need any REAL qualifications if you're starting as a pharmacy clerk/cashier/associate. If you know how to do math, have good grammar, and can spell, you're good. Walmart have short codes you use to interpret what the prescription is saying. All you have to do is learn the terminology and type what you see. Some times you may have to free form it (manually type it all out without using sig codes). When that happens, you need to manually calculate the days' supply. For pills and some liquids, the days' supply is automatically calculated based on the sig code used. They're usually accurate. Just double check. For creams, insulins, lotions, ointments, inhalers (oral and nasal), eye/ear drops, you have to use your brain. Just try to limit your mistakes. Triple check everything.

Walmart also have training through their [internal] website to become a technician.

Hope that helps. :-)

Hoping to work for KP in Patterson, California

18 months ago

moxon22 in Hillsdale, Michigan said: Hi,

I was just wondering what qualifications you need to have to get a job at walmart to become a pharm tech?

I'm from CA. The pharmacy clerk/cashier/associate does the same job as a tech EXCEPT for filling medications. I would suggest starting there (as a clerk) to familiarize yourself with terminology, sig codes, insurances, etc. If you decide to become a tech, then take the test to get licensed then another test to be certified. Walmart's goal is to have EVERY TECH nationally certified. The clerks at my location have no educational background in pharmacy or health care. They didn't go to school. They're learning as they go. ***Some states may be different as far as what pharmacy clerks/cashiers/associates can do***. Just to get your foot in the door, some techs are clerks waiting for the opportunity to be techs when an opening becomes available.

In case that didn't answer your question... You really don't need any REAL qualifications if you're starting as a pharmacy clerk/cashier/associate. If you know how to do math, have good grammar, and can spell, you're good. Walmart have short codes you use to interpret what the prescription is saying. All you have to do is learn the terminology and type what you see. Some times you may have to free form it (manually type it all out without using sig codes). When that happens, you need to manually calculate the days' supply. For pills and some liquids, the days' supply is automatically calculated based on the sig code used. They're usually accurate. Just double check. For creams, insulins, lotions, ointments, inhalers (oral and nasal), eye/ear drops, you have to use your brain. Just try to limit your mistakes. Triple check everything.

Walmart also have training through their [internal] website to become a technician.

Hope that helps. :-)

A Davis in Glen Allen, Virginia

15 months ago

There is a new website offering everything you need to know to pass the National Pharmacy Technician Examination... RxTechExam.com

Natalie in Glen Allen, Virginia

14 months ago

Kathy in San Diego, California said: You live in a world where all coworkers are nice and no one lies. Get Real, women get catty and couldn't careless about anyone else. It's sad when someone has to come on the net to ask because they don't feel at ease at work. So stop judging and go yelp somewhere else.

Agreed Kathy. John, you are an idiot. You obviously did not read what she wrote... she just said she asks her co-workers and that they DO NOT HELP. You obviously are not a pharmacy technician or have any idea what the atmosphere is like. It is extremely fast paced and demanding. Often times the programs designed to train technicians in most retail positions are USELESS, especially because software and procedure in all pharmacies are constantly CHANING. You are often thrown into the fire with no knowledge or proper training. It takes years to really become an expert RXtech in some cases. Also, you have peoples lives in your hands and your job MUST be taken seriously DUMBASS. She has every reason to be concerned, and obviously many people here have had the same experiences because of these reasons. The good news is kell1025, it does get easier.

GroovyTech in Pharr, Texas

14 months ago

Sobe in Lubbock, Texas said: Anything under $10 for CERTIFIED is underpaid no matter experience. I went to trade school 1/08-7/08, intern at Albertsons in Dallas area for 1 month; got hire as trainee. $8.50, 2 months later I passed my PTCB jumped to $10.50. Worked with them from 8/08-08/13, quit due to college had to move here to Lubbock.

Albertsons: 1st year .25 cents every 6 months, 2nd year $0.50 per 6 months, 3rd year $0.75, 4th year $1 per 6 months. 5th I think $1 or $1.25. By the time I quit, I was at $16.75. Now here in Lubbock, got hired at Walmart 9/29/13 starting at $11.50. It's decent but still very little for 5 yrs of experience.

You should see what the retail pharmacies out here in the RGV area think is an appropriate wage for technicians. I had an offer yesterday of minimum wage. No, seriously. I cannot be sure but I am almost convinced that offer was related to my being bilingual but not in the acceptable language.

smh

Pam Cox in Ashland, Massachusetts

13 months ago

If you or someone you know is studying to become a Pharmacy Technician, check out Crimson Institute.

Crimson Institute offers several programs which are on-line that will help you study to become a Pharmacy Technician.

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stressed in Bellefontaine, Ohio

8 months ago

Just got hired at Walmart pharm as a tech , still doing my cbls stressing cause some of the test us covers some of what I do or should know . I can't work on floor till I finish I'm stressed out an worried if I take to long they might not want me . Thinking I can't do the job . Any advice

pb1966 in San Antonio, Texas

7 months ago

rere09 in Frederick, Maryland said: How do you become certified to work as a pharmacy technician in walmart, what test do i take? how do i access the test, etc.

Go to WWW.PTCB.ORG

Walmart Poison Food in Hurley, South Dakota

6 months ago

Walmart intentionally poisons there food and sells unhealthy product to make people sick. Even the water fountains are poisoned. This makes more profit in their pharmacy and is also called terrorism. Walmart CEO's are protected by a mafia and should have their heads removed to protect others from terrany. You pharmacists would be the first to go in a purge situation. Compartmentalized dogs to stupid to find cures in Google. Maybe the next time you reach your hand out to give a prescription someone cuts it off with a butcher knife. Murder Murderers to make the world a better place.

pharmtechintexas in austin, Texas

5 months ago

stressed in Bellefontaine, Ohio said: Just got hired at Walmart pharm as a tech , still doing my cbls stressing cause some of the test us covers some of what I do or should know . I can't work on floor till I finish I'm stressed out an worried if I take to long they might not want me . Thinking I can't do the job . Any advice

Ask your pharmacy manager if its ok to get some on the job training done and to complete some cbl in the pharmacy at the same time, they dont tell you this but you can do you cbls on the pharmacy computers, and the added bonus is if you have helpful technicians around, they can help you get them done a lot faster by assisting with those long drawn out cbls that make you do the quizzes over and over

pharmacy tech 89 in Houston, Texas

3 months ago

hi how is everyone??i am new tech also at walmart ..with no previous experience and i am having a lot of trouble with the input and insurance stuff and everyone expects me to master it after showing how to do it for only one time !!!
i started working there last month but till now i cant input correctly after being trained on filling ,bagging ,register ,,ordering..
"my question is :
1- how to put discount card on patient profile??
2-what is the time that u see its ok to keep learning?? i mean what is the time required for non experienced tech to be ok in the job??
everyone working with me sees that a month is more than enough for me and they think i am slow learner but i am trying my best !! and its really making me feel awful

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