I worked from home (in Michigan), which was the best part, and sometimes the hardest part of the job. The pharmacy was in St. Louis, Missouri. Aside from the inner-office instant messaging system, there was very little contact with the other employees. I missed that daily interaction and lack of co-worker relationships, but I enjoyed not having to invest in work attire or having to drive to work every day. I was initially on the phone with patients every moment of every day, but as business declined, we found that what I could do for the company from home was very limited. Many insurance companies no longer want to cover compounded medications. Anyone who did not actively make the medications was let go. I was let go.