In the state of Louisiana and if not what state could you open one without a specific certification. If you have to be certified what certificate would you need. And also how do you set your bussiness to accept insurance
I can only imagine that being legal in the third world. To even consider the plan and to even consider a chance at insurance your employees dispensing advice would have to be college trained pharmacists under medical supervision. You already have more than $2 million of annual liabilities for 4 qualified staff: two general practitioners and the two pharmacists; their insurance, medical insurance and your seperate indemnity insurance. Lets say 3-4 million/year in costs and all you have is a phone number; nothing else, not even an office or consulting suites.
This is all conjecture of course. I have just tried to point out some issues that I can think of in a few minutes.
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