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CPE CONSULTANTS, LLC
 

Introduction to Specialty Drugs


A Continuing Pharmacy Education Activity
designed to provide pharmacists an extensive definition of specialty drugs, their use,
and how to apply this information into a specialty pharmacy model through a combined 4.0 contact hour home-study
and 8.0 contact hour live interactive, case-based study presentation
 
12 contact hours (1.2 ceus) of continuing pharmacy education credit will be awarded to participants who successfully complete
all requirements for the 4-hour home-study activity and the 8-hour live activity
~partial credit will not be awarded~

Date: Jun 5, 2015 08:00 AM - Jun 10, 2015 05:00 PM

Fee

$225.00

CE Hours

12.00

CE Units

1.200

Registration closes on Jun 10, 2015 11:00 PM

Activity Type

  • Knowledge

Target Audience(s)

  • Pharmacists

Accreditation(s)

CPE Consultants, LLC is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education
Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
 

Requirements for CE Credit

To receive 12 contact hours (1.2 ceus) of continuing education pharmacy education credit, pharmacists must
  • complete the 4.0 contact hour home-study material and achieve a passing score of 80% on the home-study post-test prior to attending the June 5 live activity
  • attend the 8.0 contact hour live activity in its entirety and evaluate the activity online 
At the live activity, pharamcists will be provided instructions to evaluate the successfully completed activities and generate a Statement of Credit.  Statements of Credit awarded will be automatically reported to CPE Monitor. 
 
The online evaluation must be completed by Wednesday, August 5, 2015.

 

 

Registration closes on Jun 10, 2015 at 11:00 PM

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Define specialty pharmacy and related terminology
  • Describe the etiology of specialty pharmacy and its primary patient populations
  • Recognize the key players in specialty drug models
  • Discuss trends of specialty drugs in the market

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Chelsea Manion picture

Chelsea Manion, PharmD
Assistant Professor, Cedarville University School of Pharmacy


Brief Bio : Dr. Chelsea Manion completed her PharmD at Ohio Northern University. Upon completion of her degree, she trained at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital as a post-graduate year one pharmacy practice resident. She focused her time and training in oncology, acute care, and internal medicine. In conjunction with this training, she completed a teaching certificate program through The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. Dr. Manion’s research has focused on pharmacists’ roles in identifying and managing chemotherapy-induced toxicities as well as barriers to care with the ever-evolving realm of specialty pharmacy. She has spoken nationally on operationalizing specialty pharmacy within the healthcare system. Dr. Manion’s clinical practice site focuses in on three areas of oncology at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio: in patient, infusion center, and underserved populations. Her passion in oncology care is symptom management, patient education, and interdisciplinary health care collaboration. She also serves as a consultant for specialty pharmacy, managing clinical applications and cost-containment of specialty prescriptions.
Disclosure : Chelsea Manion has no real or potential conflicts of interest to disclose Chelsea is not involved in the sale, promotion, or distribution of essential oils of any brand
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Janice Marsteller
Director of Long


Brief Bio : Specialty CE Bio Dr. Janice Marsteller completed her PharmD at the University of Toledo. She has undergraduate degrees in mathematics and pharmaceutical science as well as a Master of Science in Accounting. She transitioned from a business career as a CPA in tax consulting/accounting into pharmacy with a focus of integrating business practices into pharmaceutical care to enhance the value of the pharmacist professional through integrated healthcare delivery models and managed care. In the most recent 10 years of her career, Dr. Marsteller developed a specialty drug program from inception through implementation and management for a managed care plan, developing expertise in a broad range of pharmaceutical management practices while managing multiple insurance benefits across all product lines and participating in the evolution of specialty drugs into the current day setting. Dr. Marsteller also has pioneered numerous innovative practices for integration of pharmacists in healthcare systems and accountable care organizations. Dr. Marsteller is currently Director of Pharmacy for a behavioral health inpatient pharmacy specializing in management of psychiatric/mental health and substance abuse rehabilitation. She has continued her interest in teaching and new program development at the University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and provides consulting services for managed care and specialty pharmacy. She also is the current president of the University of Toledo Pharmacy Alumni Affiliate.
Marc Sweeney picture

Marc Sweeney, PharmD
Dean School of Pharmacy, Cedarville University


Brief Bio : Dr. Marc Sweeney served in faculty and administrative positions at prestigious pharmacy schools before becoming the first dean of Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy in 2008. A certified palliative care specialist, his responsibilities have included palliative care, oncology, home care, long term care, ambulatory care, and community pharmacy. Dr. Sweeney has researched, published and presented on drug interactions, pharmacy practice, education, and patient safety, receiving more than $400,000 in grant support. Dr. Sweeney has also been active in and honored by a number of professional organizations, including the Ohio Pharmacists Association, where he served as president in 2004–05.
Disclosure : The Speaker has no financial information to disclose.

Activity Number

0864-0000-15-002-H01-P

Release Date: Apr 6, 2015
Credit Expiration Date: Jun 5, 2015

Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Explain the pathosphysiology of common disease states associated with specialty
  • Discuss pharmacology, pharmacodynamics, and pharmacokinetics of common specialty drugs
  • Identify barriers to care with specialty pharmacy for both acute and ambulatory practice settings
  • Describe pharmacoeconomic implications of specialty drugs
  • Analyze models of implementation of specialty pharmacy
  • Apply the role and expertise of the pharmacist into a specialty pharmacy model
  • Synthesize an effective specialty model

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Chelsea Manion picture

Chelsea Manion, PharmD
Assistant Professor, Cedarville University School of Pharmacy


Brief Bio : Dr. Chelsea Manion completed her PharmD at Ohio Northern University. Upon completion of her degree, she trained at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital as a post-graduate year one pharmacy practice resident. She focused her time and training in oncology, acute care, and internal medicine. In conjunction with this training, she completed a teaching certificate program through The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. Dr. Manion’s research has focused on pharmacists’ roles in identifying and managing chemotherapy-induced toxicities as well as barriers to care with the ever-evolving realm of specialty pharmacy. She has spoken nationally on operationalizing specialty pharmacy within the healthcare system. Dr. Manion’s clinical practice site focuses in on three areas of oncology at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio: in patient, infusion center, and underserved populations. Her passion in oncology care is symptom management, patient education, and interdisciplinary health care collaboration. She also serves as a consultant for specialty pharmacy, managing clinical applications and cost-containment of specialty prescriptions.
Disclosure : Chelsea Manion has no real or potential conflicts of interest to disclose Chelsea is not involved in the sale, promotion, or distribution of essential oils of any brand
Janice Marsteller picture

Janice Marsteller
Director of Long


Brief Bio : Specialty CE Bio Dr. Janice Marsteller completed her PharmD at the University of Toledo. She has undergraduate degrees in mathematics and pharmaceutical science as well as a Master of Science in Accounting. She transitioned from a business career as a CPA in tax consulting/accounting into pharmacy with a focus of integrating business practices into pharmaceutical care to enhance the value of the pharmacist professional through integrated healthcare delivery models and managed care. In the most recent 10 years of her career, Dr. Marsteller developed a specialty drug program from inception through implementation and management for a managed care plan, developing expertise in a broad range of pharmaceutical management practices while managing multiple insurance benefits across all product lines and participating in the evolution of specialty drugs into the current day setting. Dr. Marsteller also has pioneered numerous innovative practices for integration of pharmacists in healthcare systems and accountable care organizations. Dr. Marsteller is currently Director of Pharmacy for a behavioral health inpatient pharmacy specializing in management of psychiatric/mental health and substance abuse rehabilitation. She has continued her interest in teaching and new program development at the University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and provides consulting services for managed care and specialty pharmacy. She also is the current president of the University of Toledo Pharmacy Alumni Affiliate.
Marc Sweeney picture

Marc Sweeney, PharmD
Dean School of Pharmacy, Cedarville University


Brief Bio : Dr. Marc Sweeney served in faculty and administrative positions at prestigious pharmacy schools before becoming the first dean of Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy in 2008. A certified palliative care specialist, his responsibilities have included palliative care, oncology, home care, long term care, ambulatory care, and community pharmacy. Dr. Sweeney has researched, published and presented on drug interactions, pharmacy practice, education, and patient safety, receiving more than $400,000 in grant support. Dr. Sweeney has also been active in and honored by a number of professional organizations, including the Ohio Pharmacists Association, where he served as president in 2004–05.
Disclosure : The Speaker has no financial information to disclose.

Activity Number

0864-0000-15-003-L01-P
Date: 06/05/15
Time: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Location

Lima, Ohio
Registration Closed