Simplify minor ailments prescribing so it’s as quick as filling any other prescription
Manage patient expectations for minor ailment prescribing
Allow patients to come to you first, by implementing strategies and tools to promote minor ailments at your pharmacy
Discover the pros and cons of becoming a Pharmacy Health Clinic
Feeling exhausted from managing unreasonable patient expectations?
Learn how a simple rebranding can save time and manage impatient patient visits with minimal workflow changes and no extra staff
As of the end of February, Ontario pharmacists have completed an impressive 86,000 assessments and issued about 70,000 prescriptions for minor ailments. While this is an encouraging development, not nearly enough of these assessments are coming from independent community pharmacies.
The pandemic has reinforced the importance of local pharmacies to our communities, with Canadians showing a strong preference for receiving care from their local pharmacy. The top two services 80% of Canadians would like to remain include online booking and health services in the local pharmacy, and 66% of Canadians want to see more services at their local pharmacy.*
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our experts and discover how you can leverage minor ailments to grow your pharmacy practice and serve your broader community. While patients love to support independent businesses, they prioritize convenience and quality-of-service the most. Now is the time to show patients that you are their trusted healthcare destination while also providing the convenience and timely access they need.
In this webinar, our experts will provide valuable insights into the latest trend of leveraging minor ailments to rebrand as Pharmacy Health Clinics and helping you to expand your service offerings and reach patients in your community without access to a doctor.
*Accenture Study, Feb 2022
Paul is a U of T 2011 graduate who managed a few Rexall stores before going independent. He owned a pharmacy in a hospital setting in Ottawa and worked with the various clinics in the hospital to find creative solutions to improve patient care. His accomplishments include becoming the first accredited pharmacist to dispense Mifegymiso in Ottawa, setting up an infusion clinic with a rheumatologist, and working with the Royal Ottawa Mental Hospital to: increase access to LAIs and offer Lupron injection clinics. He has a passion for identifying services that are lacking, meeting the needs of underrepresented minorities/demographics and partnering with local doctors and organizations to address those needs.
Join us for a discussion with our Pharmacy Practice Support Associate, Rini Karmaker, and Pharmacy Growth Advisor, Norman Nguyen, as they share their expertise on growing your pharmacy.
Pharmacy Practice Support Associate
PharmD: Pharmacy Growth Advisor
With extensive experience in a variety of workflows, including big banners and local pharmacies, Rini offers unique insights into pharmacy practice in both Ontario and Quebec. Accompanied by Norman, a seasoned PharmD with experience working with digital health companies, together they will provide valuable insights on best practices with the implementation of minor ailments across Canada.
MedEssist can integrate with or replace your minor ailment treatment algorithms and give you:
Say goodbye to time-consuming assessments, and make minor ailments actually profitable by completing them in just 5 minutes
We equip you with powerful marketing tools to attract up to 50 assessments a month, so you can serve more of your community.
MedEssist offers a suite of tools for scheduling, minor ailments, prescriptions, and your own website - all for just $35/month plus booking fees, saving you money without compromising on quality.
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