Pharmacy Trends and market shifts in Long-Term Care

Whether you’re a small combo shop or a full closed-door LTC pharmacy, it’s important to best understand today’s LTC marketplace and what these opportunities could mean for your pharmacy.

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Attendees will learn


How the landscape is shifting in Long Term Care

How to meet the changing needs within this industry

How participating in LTC can be profitable for your pharmacy

If you have LTC pharmacy patients or you’re looking for pharmacy trends and new opportunities to service the market, changes in regulation and the CMS guidance that drives the market can have an impact.

Stay connected to the information you need to answer the important questions about “When it makes sense to explore the LTC market more thoroughly”.

Donnie Jordan

Donnie Jordan

Managing Business Coach, Former Pharmacy Owner

PDS business coach Donnie helps pharmacists grow into the leaders they were meant to be. He has also owned and operated an independent pharmacy, is a certified coach and DISC instructor through the 48 Days Program, and received his PharmD from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 2003. Donnie has worked in various capacities in pharmacy chains and as a Director of Medical and Pharmacy Operations in a a non-profit community health center.

Paul Shelton

Paul Shelton

President of PharmaComplete Consulting Services

Paul is long-term care pharmacy industry professional specializing in distribution, automation, and workflow optimization with career experience at Parata Systems, a pharmacy automation solutions company, and McKesson Corporation in the Alternate Site Sales division. During his time within both the automation and wholesaler distribution industries, he has led high-performing sales teams, built strong customer relationships, and helped pharmacies grow their businesses by tens of thousands of prescriptions per year, and hundreds of thousands of dollars to their bottom line.