The program of this module prepares the student with basic subjects such as applied pharmacology, anatomy, physiology, pharmacy laws and regulations, sterile and non-sterile compounds.
sterile materials, medical terminology, medication calculations, medication safety, understanding of prescriptions, familiarity with prescribed medications, a
understanding of medication dosages and safety, and the ability to follow strict procedures. Likewise, it is important that you recognize your role in ensuring the quality of the pharmacy's entry and order filling process, inventory management, reimbursement billing, and application of computer systems according to the corresponding regulations and laws.



FMTI considering that the use of medications is a fundamental function of health care. Designs the Pharmacy Technician program, developing student skills
cognitive, socio-affective and skills to work with a high level of competence.

Our technicians can perform administrative activities such as answering the phone, maintaining records, inventory control, pharmacy billing and reimbursement processing, and scheduling appointments for the pharmacist to speak with customers. If they work in a pharmacy, they will also be expected to handle payments.
The professional obtains great responsibility in all medication prescription compliance processes, becoming a valuable resource for the team under supervision.
of the pharmacist and complying with legal and American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) standards.