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CPE CONSULTANTS, LLC
 

TOO HOT TO MISS


FOUR CONTINUING PHARMACY EDUCATION ACTIVITIES
DESIGNED TO ASSURE AND ADVANCE THE QUALITY OF CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR TODAY'S PRACTICING OHIO PHARMACIST
 
 
The Too Hot To Miss CPE Event will be held at the Dublin Integrated Education Center on the Ohio University at Dublin Campus, 6805 Bobcat Way, Dublin, OH
The preferred hotel for overnight accommodations is the Columbus Marriott Northwest, 5605 Blazer Parkway, Dublin, OH 43017
Call: 1-800-228-9290 and request the Ohio University Rate; or use the code 2OU if making reservarions online.
 
 

Date: Apr 29, 2016 07:45 AM - 04:45 PM

Fee

$250.00

CE Hours

8.00

CE Units

0.800

Registration closes on Apr 18, 2016 07:45 AM

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
 

Support/Credits

No finacial support was provided for the development or content of the activities presenated at this event.

 

 

Registration closes on Apr 18, 2016 at 07:45 AM

Registration Closed  

This knowledge-based activity will include a discussion on how to conduct root cause analysis and FMEA analysis when medication errors occur or in their prevention.  It will also include common tips and techniques for pharmacists to help prevent medication errors at their practice site along with other patient safety information.  Finally, the activity will include a discussion of how proper medication reconciliation can prevent future medication errors in patient transition of care situations
 
This activity has been assigned a UAN designator of 05 (Patient Safety) and meets the 2.0 contact hour CPE requirement in the subject area of patient/medication safety established by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

 

Objectives

  • Describe the process of root cause analysis
  • Identify the common pitfalls in root cause analysis
  • Describe the methods to improve patient safety regarding medication error prevention
  • Identify common medication error prevention and reduction techniques
  • Define the process of failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
  • Describe the application of failure mode and effect analysis using case examples to prevent medication errors
  • Identify how medication reconciliation can improve patient safety

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Donald L. Sullivan picture

Donald L. Sullivan, RPh, PhD
Director of Experiential Pharmacy Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, The Ohio State University


Brief Bio : Dr. Sullivan is the Director of Experiential Pharmacy, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at The Ohio State University. He receives his B.S. in pharmacy from The Ohio State University in 1990, his MS from The Ohio State University in 1991, and his PhD. In Pharmacy Administration from The Ohio State University in 1996. He has published several peer-reviewed articles and five consumer drug reference books. He has taught courses in pharmacy law and OTC products for 16 years. He has done more than 90 professional presentations on pharmacy law and OTC products all across the U.S. He has been voted professor of the year by his students in 14 of his 16 years at Ohio Northern University.

Activity Number

0864-0000-16-049-L05-P
Date: 04/29/16
Time: 07:45 AM - 09:45 AM

Fee

$75.00

Location

Dublin Integrated Education Center
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

This knowledge-based activity will discuss some of the new pharmacy practice laws introduced in the last six months including immunization changes, CE changes, and the new requirements for pharmacists regarding OARRS report requests and reviews. The activity will discuss common compounding issues including shortage situations, physician and veterinary in-office use compounding and other general compounding information for practicing pharmacists. The program will also include common trends in drug diversion by physicians and what pharmacists need to be aware of in every day practice.

Objectives

  • Describe the new requirements for pharmacists and interns regarding immunizations
  • Describe the requirements for dispensing naloxone without a prescription
  • Describe the continuing education requirements for pharmacists
  • Describe common practice issues related to pharmacist compounding
  • Interpret the legal requirements regarding DUR including requesting and reviewing OARRS reports
  • Describe common drug diversion red flags health care professionals and pharmacists should be aware of in practice
  • Describe other laws and rules related to the practice of pharmacy

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Donnie Sullivan, PhD
The Ohio State University

Activity Number

0864-0000-16-050-L03-P
Date: 04/29/16
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Fee

$75.00

Location

Dublin Integrated Education Center
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

The Drug Supply Chain Security Act became effective (in phases) on January 1 and July 1 of 2015, and imposed new requirements related to product tracing on prescription drug manufacturers, repackagers, third party logistics suppliers, distributors and dispensers. Because of confusion and uncertainty among dispensers on how to comply, the FDA has twice delayed full enforcement, with enforcement now scheduled for March 1, 2016. This knowledge-based activity will dispel the confusion and provide attendees with concrete, effective, and efficient strategies for compliance.

Objectives

  • Accurately describe the requirements of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) as it applies to prescription drug dispensers (retail pharmacies).
  • Recognize (and/or specify) effective Dispenser level DSCSA compliance policies.
  • Accurately evaluate distributor DSCSA policies and third party compliance solutions.

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Gregory Smith picture

Gregory Smith, PhD
Managing Principal, ScienceSmith Consulting Inc.


Brief Bio : Greg earned a PhD in chemistry in 1986 from Northwestern University. He worked for 22 years within the chemicals and energy sectors, and founded ScienceSmith Consulting Inc. in 2008. ScienceSmith Consulting provides technical product leadership, technical marketing, and strategic innovation services. In 2015 ScienceSmith Consulting cofounded SGGServices, LLC to provide DSCSA compliance services to the prescription drug supply chain. One of the products from SGGServices is the Dispenser Ready™ program (https://rxredi.com), which provides a complete, cost-effective DSCSA compliance solution for pharmacies using the strategy outlined in this course.

Activity Number

0864-0000-16-051-L04-P
Date: 04/29/16
Time: 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM

Fee

$75.00

Location

Dublin Integrated Education Center
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Pharmacies are very good at keeping up with their pharmacy requirements, but very poor in keeping up with their Medicare DME regulatory requirements. This knowledge-based activity reviews items from the basic compliance issues to the latest issues from CMS. How dos Medicare pay our DME claims?

Objectives

  • Describe Medicare Compliance for pharmacies and explain why it is so important
  • Describe how claims are processed and paid
  • Define what triggers an audit and explain why it is a concern

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Mary Ellen Conway picture

Mary Ellen Conway, RN, BSN
President, Capital Healthcare Group, LLC


Brief Bio : Mary Ellen Conway is a nurse health care consultant with over 25 years of high level performance offering proactive and reactive consulting, business start-up, problem solving and remediation throughout the health care continuum. As the President of Capital Healthcare Group, she is known for her special expertise in operations and regulatory compliance issues in the acute care setting as well as in the post acute arena, from home health, pharmacy, hospice and medical equipment, to physician practice, supplemental staffing, compliance and accreditation. Ms. Conway is qualified as a legal expert in home health and has served on the faculty of both Georgetown University and Catholic University’s Schools of Nursing. She is a nationally recognized and requested health care speaker and author. She is a member of several national advisory boards including the Medtrade Educational Advisory Board, the medical equipment industry’s premiere educational event. Ms. Conway is a retained consultant to national, regional and local providers, manufacturers, and suppliers.

Activity Number

0864-0000-16-052-L04-P
Date: 04/29/16
Time: 01:45 PM - 04:45 PM

Fee

$75.00

Location

Dublin Integrated Education Center
Registration Closed