About the PharmacyInspection Podcast
The PharmacyInspection Podcast launched in 2017; it's a show dedicated to helping others increase compliance and improve the quality of their pharmacy compounding laboratory and environment. Each host brings a unique perspective to the table which is contrasted even further with the guests invited to speak.
Bryan Prince, MBA, is a compounding workflow and design consultant specializing in USP <800> facility design. With over 15 years of project management and containment technology experience, Bryan has gained extensive knowledge of chemical handling techniques and safety strategies. Since 2012, Bryan has had the unique experience of observing and advising compounding pharmacies on industry specific best practices relating to workflow habits and technologies. Bryan has published numerous articles on compounding pharmacy workflow design and containment; to include the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding. Bryan has been the invited speaker at conferences on workflow and USP <800> throughout the U.S. and Canada for several compounding related companies, groups, and associations.
Seth DePasquale creates content related to compounding pharmacy through pharmacyinspection.com. He also co-owns and operates BET Pharm, a compounding pharmacy specializing in long-acting injectable hormone formulations for equine reproduction. He is the pharmacist-in-charge and operator of BET’s sterile compounding facility located in Lexington, Kentucky.
Ann Oberg’s career to date spans 10+ years as a department chair, program director and instructor for ASHP accredited university and community college programs that train and certify pharmacy technicians in preparation for real-world pharmacy practice across demanding healthcare settings. Her skill sets and knowledge range from USP 797 & 800 expertise, certified technician instruction, ASHP accreditation and curriculum design, to health system pharmacy, specialty and LTC pharmacy operations, regulatory compliance, business development strategies, and team leadership.
As a certified pharmacy technician herself with 20 years of experience in the field, Ann understands the vital importance of best in class technician training, particularly as their roles continue to evolve beyond traditional job descriptions and expectations
Ann is an expert in the design and development of curriculum content for technician education, in addition to being an editor and contributor to numerous textbooks and competency frameworks. She is a writer for the country’s first national certification exam for pharmacy technicians, and is a passionate believer in the expansion of nationwide technician education standards and certification.