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My name is Terry , I am a single mother to an amazing 4 year old. I have been a student at Capella for an entire year, however, I took off the last 6 week course in order to go on a mission trip with my church. I currently work for a PBM (pharmacy benefit manager) as a pharmacy technician for the clinical review department. I am a licensed alcohol and drug counselor, however, I do not currently practice in a professional environment. I am working on my MBA with health care management because I feel that along with my pharmacy background and chemical dependency background that there will be opportunities to merge the two together in light of healthcare reform.
My goal for this class is to explore more in the area of healthcare policies and decision making, as I see this to be a very prominent issue in our society.
I am apprehensive about this class, as with all my classes, due to the time needed to do a good job. My job is very demanding, with us working anywhere from 50 to 60 hours a week. My son will be starting pre-school on September 5 which will bring a new set of demands and time issues to my life. I love challenges and I love learning, so when the two collide, I find that I am able to do whatever it takes to get the job done.
I look forward to learning from each of you during the next six…...

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