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    • About the position:Metro Detroit, MIInpatient HospitalContingent position at variety of client locationsSome weekendsYou will spend most of your time:IV admixtureDrug delivery within the facilityOther duties as requiredRequirements:Must be licensed a ...Read More

      Posted: 06-27-2020

    • We are seeking for a business driven and motivated individuals. This is a full-time sales opportunity responsible for prospecting for new business, as well as identifying opportunities to obtain additional business from an existing customer base. Maj ...Read More

      Posted: 06-27-2020

    • Job Description Responsibilities include: *Grow sales for the client's Epilepsy Specialty portfolio to a specific list of Specialty health care professionals by effectively communicating the client's sales message to key customers and using available ...Read More

      Posted: 06-27-2020

    • About the position:Metro Detroit, MIInpatient HospitalContingent position at variety of client locationsSome weekendsYou will spend most of your time:IV admixtureDrug delivery within the facilityOther duties as requiredRequirements:Must be licensed a ...Read More

      Posted: 06-13-2020

    • We are seeking for a business driven and motivated individuals. This is a full-time sales opportunity responsible for prospecting for new business, as well as identifying opportunities to obtain additional business from an existing customer base. Maj ...Read More

      Posted: 06-13-2020

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How is pharmaceutical compounding different from drug manufacturing?

    Traditional compounding is the preparation of a medication to meet the prescriber’s exact specifications and to be dispensed directly to the patient, pursuant to a valid prescription for that patient. Pharmaceutical compounding is performed or supervised by a pharmacist licensed by a state board of pharmacy (see question below on legal oversight of compounding versus manufacturing). Manufacturing is the mass production of drug products that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are sold to pharmacies, health care practitioners, or others who are authorized under state and federal law to resell them.

    Does a compounding pharmacist have special training?

    Compounding is a central activity to the practice of pharmacy. Pharmacists are taught in pharmacy school how to properly compound medications, and many states test pharmacists’ compounding knowledge and skills before issuing them a license.

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