I know this is beyond your control but I hate seeing packages start off with a SOT. One thing I do to avoid this is throwing together some sort of nat sequence pertaining to what the person is talking about and beginning that way.
There was an obvious jump cut at :09. An easy out for this would've been cutting to a tight shot of the doctor writing on the label.
I counted at least a dozen pans or tilts in the entire package. Refrain from much camera movement like pans, tilts, and zooms. If you're gonna move the camera for a shot, do it with purpose and not just combining two shots into one. For example, if you were doing a story on a massive, out-of-control wildfire that burned every last home in a neighborhood except for one, this would be an acceptable time for a camera movement. If you were to begin with the burned out neighborhood and land around it then pan to the house that sat in the middle untouched. It's showing in comparison how devasting the damage is in relation to where the home is located.
Most of your b-roll was wallpaper. I was starting to get bored watching just medicine and labels and containers and drugs and viles. Try to shoot a variety of objects. Shoot a smooth sequence of one of the physicians filling prescriptions or working on a computer. Start with a wide shot of him or her in front of a computer, then cut to a tight shot of their fingers typing on the keyboard, then cut to a medium shot of the computer screen, then cut to a close-up of the person's face looking at the screen and so on.
I liked how you covered the SOT at :54. I'm a big proponent of covering soundbites with video, especially if the SOT is boring and lame.
Good job with incorporating the nat sound and adding nat pops where appropriate.
A tip for rolling without a 'pod. Put the camera down on something steady. Shoot from the ground and put your wallet under it to adjust the postition of your shot. Place the camera on a counter or table. Find something that's steady and solid to use as a tripod.