Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Faith Shaken

Well, found out I don't have to testify tomorrow.  I don't really understand all of it, but I guess the pharmacy agreed with the charges.  The pharmacy board decided it was a store issue and not a pharmacist issue, so they dropped the complaint against her.  I reminded them that the pharmacy manager looked at the pills with her eyeballs, and said they were the right medication.  That seems like the definition of the pharmacists fault.  So nothing happens to the pharmacist, the pharmacy has to pay a $1000 fine and they have to participate in trainings.

I feel a bit deflated.  I am having a tough time for some reason.  Not that I wanted any one's head on a platter, but something a bit more severe would have been nice.  I guess I did what I could right?


Swistle said...

This is very, very, VERY frustrating. I can only hope that management worked some sort of deal for the outside world to see but then RAKED SOME PEOPLE OVER THE COALS in a private fashion. At the very least, I hope management was extremely pissed about having to go through this, and took it out on the pharmacist. But even so, it is too frustrating for words: the pharmacy board cannot be serious with this ruling.

Mimi said...

No way. I would have totally thought that something harsher would have happened to that pharmacist. Good for you for doing what you could, though.

Joanne said...

It does sound like you did what you could. Boy, I hate people, though! I wish it had worked out differently. How is it going for Owen at school, did you hear from his teacher?