Understanding Your Pharmacy's Finances
January 20, 2013 - OPA Office 2674 Federated Blvd, Columbus
Most pharmacists start a business because they love what they do and want to provide their patients with high quality products and services. Many times, the financial aspects of the business take a secondary focus. The long-term success of your business, however, depends on your understanding of financial fundamentals and the ability to use financial statements to analyze and direct the course of business.
The Understanding Your Pharmacy’s Finances program is designed to supplement your financial knowledge and help owners and managers better understand their finances in order to strengthen their viability in the marketplace. Hosted by OPA’s Center for Entrepreneurship, this program focuses on the business fundamentals which are essential to a successful business.
12:30 p.m. Registration
1:00 p.m. Reading Your Financial Statements
2:30 p.m. Break
2:45 p.m. Budgeting & Managing Cash Flow
4:15 p.m. Break
4:30 p.m. Applying Financial Management in the Pharmacy
5:30 p.m. Adjournment
Understanding Your Pharmacy's Finances brochure with complete course descriptions.
Member - $99
Non-member - $150 (Join Now and Save!)
This program is targeted to all pharmacists and pharmacy students. The continuing pharmacy education (CPE) for this program is coordinated by the Ohio Pharmacists Foundation. To receive credit, you must fill out the CE form, sign, date, and return it to OPA staff or office. Your CE will be uploaded to the CPE Monitor. Disclosure of
faculty and commercial support relationships will be made known at the activity.
Upon registration, a confirmation letter or email will be sent to you along with driving directions.
Requests for refunds, less $15 administrative fee, will be honored if received before 1/11/13.
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