Patient Care and Profits in Nutrition Depletion and Vitamin Supplementation

Saturday, October 6
4-5:30 p.m.

On average, Americans spend more than $350 on natural product supplements annually. How much of that $350 do they spend at your pharmacy? What better place to get high-quality vitamins and high-quality support than the community pharmacy? This peer-led program will cover the 10 most common drug or disease-induced nutritional deficiencies and how you can grow your business in this high-margin niche with confidence in your recommendations.

Walk away with:

  • Tips for identifying and recommending products based on a patient’s individual needs in a growing, high-margin niche.

  • Marketing and branding ideas to position yourself as the go-to source for supplements.

  • How to get your staff to engage in recommendations.

Josh Rimany, RPh, Dilworth Drug, Charlotte, N.C.

Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives:

  1. Summarize 10 common drug-induced or disease-induced nutrient deficiencies and the impact on the body.
  2. Describe best practices for getting staff buy-in for recommendations and workflow tools for implementation.
  3. Outline marketing and branding ideas to position yourself as the go-to source for vitamin supplementation.

*Special Non-CE Shoot the BreezeTM Session Runs 5:00 – 5:30 pm


ACPE # 0207-0000-18-313-L04-P

ACPE # 0207-0000-18-313-L04-T

1.0 contact hours (0.1 CEUs)

Activity Type: Application-Based