CVS: When the corporate pharmacies risk a patient’s life, some pharmacists must note if the patient is a media threat!


When the corporate pharmacies risk a patient’s life, some pharmacists must note if the patient is a media threat! That’s one of the first questions for the pharmacists to answer on the incident report. Sadly, media is the only way some win appeals. Media may be the only way that the voices of patients will be heard and lives will be saved. The billion-dollar industry is spending millions of dollars lobbying to ensure that our voices will not be heard. If your life is being risked by PBMs and their mail-order pharmacies, let them know that you will reach out to media. Personally, I’m not afraid of telling my story and the story of patients. I’m more afraid of what will happen to the future of pharmaceutical care if we remain silent.

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  1. whoa. So the pharmacist has to be a mind reader? Or can they only answer the question if the person says “I’m gonna sue”? How the hell can they answer that insane question unless the catastrophic problem has already happened? This is a whole new level of insane.

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