It takes both dedication and an education to secure a career in a Florida pharmacy. Whether you are a technician or a pharmacist, you have likely spent substantial time and money on your education. You have probably also devoted years of your life to developing your career. Unfortunately, issues outside of your control, such as a serious addiction issue, could end up costing you your preferred career.
The health care industry is in a state of flux. Demand is driving insurers and providers to find new ways to maintain quality and access at lower cost. One result is that more diagnostic and preventive care is in the hands of nurses and physician assistants. That in turn means anyone in one of those professions may find his or her license under threat.