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The Script is Rx relief's blog, covering trends and tips for successfully managing issues in the workplace, such as: retention, employee engagement, and interviewing.


CVS Health to Buy Omnicare for $12.7 Billion

Posted in Pharmacy Industry News

CVS Health is expanding its business into the long-term healthcare market with the acquisition of Omnicare, a provider of pharmacy services to long-term care facilities. CVS is spending $12.7 billion...
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The Importance of Using a Recruiter That Specializes in Your Field

Posted in Pharmacy Leadership Tips, Pharmacy Management Tips

If you are looking for a temporary work assignment, or something permanent, one of the best options you have in finding work is to use a recruitment agency. There are...
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CMS Chief Affirms Incident-to Billing for Pharmacists is Allowed

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In this article, Rx relief® discusses the recent CMS clarification regarding incident-to billing for pharmacists.
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How to Create an Authentic Relationship with Coworkers

Posted in Pharmacy Career Tips

It goes without saying that having a good relationship with your coworkers is important. It is important for a good and enjoyable working environment as well as a productive one...
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Top Pharmacy Job: Retail Pharmacy Technician Job in Tuscon, AZ

Posted in Top Pharmacy Tech Jobs

Certified pharmacy technicians take note: Rx relief® has a terrific temp-to-hire position at a retail pharmacy in Tucson, Arizona . This 40-hour a week position is available to techs with...
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Be Original: Standing Out Above the Crowd of other Pharmacy Professionals

Posted in Pharmacy Career Tips

All of us want to succeed in our chosen profession of pharmacy. But if you want to really stand out, you’re going to have to, well, stand out . Continue...
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What’s Your Style? Leadership on Pharmacy

Posted in Pharmacy Leadership Tips

If you’re in a leadership position within a pharmacy, clinic or even hospital pharmacy setting, we don’t have to tell you you’re in a bit of a “different” type of...
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