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[Podcast] Interview with Pharmacy Consultant Paula Belle

by | Sep 12, 2016 | Consulting Pharmacist Education

Hear the amazing results Pharmapreneur Community member Paula Belle has achieved since joining the Community.

Paula was able to grow her consulting business from one pharmacy to eight and counting!

Now she is the go-to expert on MTM and clinical services in her area.  She has so many clients that she has had to stop marketing herself.  Learn why she chose to join our membership Community and how it has helped her consulting business take off.

Key takeaways:

  • Start with your immediate network to “target” your market
  • Sharing about business can help others spread the word about your services
  • Going above and beyond creates raving fans
  • Identify the unmet needs in your area
  • Consider building a training program to offering as a marketing piece for your target market
  • How the Pharmapreneur Academy program is different from other MTM education programs
  • How sharing and masterminding can skyrocket your business
  • Stepping off the ledge and removing the “golden handcuffs” of a normal pharmacy job
  • Branding yourself as a problem solver is the best marketing strategy you can have
  • ​Which certification and clinical CE programs that I would recommend
  • ​Why I started this blog (to share the information that I was learning about business and MTM consulting)

 

About the Author

Blair Thielemier, PharmD, is an MTM consultant pharmacist specializing in pharmacy billing models. She consults on and produces e-learning programs for state and national organizations, pharmacy wholesalers, payers, technology start-ups. She has books and online courses available for individuals looking to leverage their pharmacy knowledge into monetized clinical programs at PharmapreneurAcademy.com. She speaks internationally about trends in leveraging pharmacists to improve value-based care.

 

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