New Webinar: How to Manage Your Herbal Pharmacy With Unified Practice

September 24, 2019 TCM Webinars
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What: A new webinar, Unified Practice in Action: How to Manage Your Herbal Pharmacy
When: Wednesday October, 2nd at 2:00 PM ET

This upcoming webinar is one you won’t want to miss. If you manage an herbal pharmacy, are curious about starting your own, or want some tricks and best practices around everything sourcing, charting, and dispensing — you’ve come to the right place.

Unified Practice Co-Founder Kenan Akbas will be sitting down with Greg Wilkins LAc, Director of Operations at Treasure of the East. Wilkins will bring listeners inside their herbal pharmacy at the Integrative Medicine Center in Ithaca, New York where we will discuss:

  • What to look for when sourcing the highest quality herbs
  • Tips and best practices for managing inventory
  • A live demo showing how to prescribe, mix a formula, and update inventory through Unified Practice

If you want the ins and outs of charting and dispensing custom herbal formulas, look no further than this webinar. This is especially helpful for practitioners who use Unified Practice; if you want to sharpen your skills around compounding herbs and writing an eRX in Unified Practice, we’ll walk you through all of that and more. 

 Register today!

Psst: Sign up even if you can’t make it! We’ll send you a recording. 

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Here’s a bit more about Treasure of the East: For 25 years, this company has been the U.S. distributor for China’s leader in granule herbal extracts, Tianjiang Pharmaceutical. Their premium extracts are made from herbs sourced directly from over 300 farms across China; the herbs are authenticated using botanical fingerprint standards developed by Tianjiang and now adopted industry-wide by the China Food and Drug Administration. The exceptional potency and purity of our herbs are backed by 30 patents related to extraction, granulation and packaging, world-class ISO/CNAS laboratory facilities, and research collaborations with 22 TCM research universities and 26 TCM research hospitals.

We think that’s a pretty great resume.

Visit their site to learn more and we’ll see you on October 2nd!