Expanding Your Pharmacy’s Reach

Through Point-of-Care Testing

COVID-19 has created a shift in the role of community pharmacists. We are being viewed as testing experts and our pharmacies are being recognized as destinations for comprehensive testing and care.

Join PDS Patient Care Services Program Manager Nandita Koodie, and PDS Business Coach Shannon Schulz as they discuss how Point-of-Care Testing can change the future of your independent pharmacy business.

The time to act is now. Momentum can be a powerful tool, and as an industry, we have an opportunity to become a core part of our patient’s healthcare team.

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Watch this replay to

Gain an understanding

between collaborative and in-house POC Testing models

Open your mind to

scalable, expansion opportunities and various testing types

Become familiar with

service pricing and developing revenue projections

Regulatory requirements

from state registration to quality assurance plans and reporting

Expand The Technician Role

without interrupting your current, stable workflow

Get to know the technical, financial, and functional components that will make your Point-of-Care Testing services successful.

Jumpstart your virtual playbook on how to launch or expand your POCT through direct to consumer and partnership channels.

Shannon Schulz

Shannon Schulz

Learning Experience Manager & Business Coach

Shannon received her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Eastern Michigan and her master’s in management from Aquinas College. She gets to pay it forward as a business coach for independent pharmacies by helping to develop high-performance and accountable teams that can leverage technology, data, and innovation to drive better patient outcomes and business results.

Nandita Koodie

Nandita Koodie

Remote Patient Care Services Consultant

For over five years, Nandita Koodie has focused on educating community-based pharmacists and their teams on the importance of prioritizing patient-provider relationships, establishing identity and confirming value, building remote programs to solve problems they have discovered a solution for, and how to effectively partner and collaborate with health practitioners to serve the patients that need them most