Pet Peeves: December 2021

Pharmacy TimesDecember 2021
Volume 87
Issue 12

Brought to You by The Sassy Pharmacist

Trivial Transfer

When patients ask to transfer medications that have no refills.

Wrong Place, Wrong Time

When patients ask to transfer medications and give the information to the wrong pharmacy at a different location.

Pointless Prior Authorization

When the pharmacist does all the work for a prior authorization that the patient wants filled elsewhere.

What’s Bothering You?

Bossy patients, abandoned prescriptions, drive-through demands? We want to know! Send your pet peeves to We’ll share them here and online.

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