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Chain pharmacy
a community pharmacy that consists of several similar pharmacies in region ( or nation) that are corporatley owned
more than one think of a big tree
community pharmacy
any independent or chain pahrmacy that dispenses prescription medications to outpatients; also called a retail pharmacy.
retail
formulary
a list of all drugs that have been preapproved for use by a committee of health professionals ; used in hospitals, in managed care and by many insurance providers
list
francise pharmacy
a member of a small chain of professional community phamacies that dispense and prepare medications but are independently owned sometimes called an apothecary
independently owned
health maintence organizations
organizations synonymous with managed care
hmo
home healthcare pharmacy
a pharmacy that dispenses prepares and delivers drugs and medical supplies directly to home of patient
delivers
hospital pharmacy
am institutional pharmacy that dispenses and prepares drugs and provides clinical services in a hospital setting
hospital
independent pharmacy
a community pharmacy that is privately owned by the pharmacist
private
insitutional pharmacy
pharmacies that are organized under a corporate structure following specific rules and regulations for accreditation
corporate
long-term care facility
an insitution that provides care geriatric and idsabled patients includes extended -care facility (ecf) and skilled care facility( scf)
geriatric and disabled patients
mail-order pharmacy
a large volume centralized pahrmacy operation that uses automation to fill and mail prescriptions to teh patients
automation
managed care
a type of health insurance system that emphasizes keeping the patient healthy or diseases controlled to reduce health care costs
preventative care
nuclear pharmacist
certifed pharmacist specializing in procuring,storing,compounding , dispensingm and providing information about radioactive phramceuticals used for diagnostic and theraputic purposes
radioactive
nuclear pharmacy
a pharmacy that prepares and distributes radioactive pharmaceuticals to treat and diagnose disease
duh
pathophysiology
the study of disease and illness affecting the normal function of the body
disease
pharmaceutical care
philosphy of care that expanded the pharmacists role to incude appropriate medication use to achieve positive outcomes with prescribed drug therapy
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pharmaceutics
stusy of the release charcteristics of specific drug dose forms
characteristics
pharmacist
licensed to prepareand dispense medicationsconusel pateints and monitor outcomes pursuant to prescriptions from a licensed health professional
licensed
pharmacognosy
study of medicinal fuctions of natural products of plant,animal, and mineral orgins
animal, plant , mineral
pharmacokinetics
activity of a drug within teh body over a period of time incuding absorption, disribution, metabolism, and elimation
activity
pharmacology
teh science of drugs and their ineractions with systems of living
animals
interactions
pharmacy technician
and individual who works under supervison of a licensed pharmacist, assisting in activities not requiring the professional judgement of a phramacist
assistant to pharmacist