The Quality Imperative
Message to federal health plan payers from community pharmacy: We have the systems in place and the professional expertise to help millions of patients to better their health outcomes at a lower cost. Message to pharmacy from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and its Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: Prove it. That’s the basic impetus behind the drive to measure and improve patient adherence, safe medication management and other performance benchmarks by both the private health plans that serve Medicare patients and the pharmacies they and their patients depend on. Read more
The 2014 Retail Clinician Education Congress brings together executives, retail clinicians and pharmacists from across the country for a four-day educational and networking forum designed to meet the needs of the growing field of convenient care practitioners. Fine tune skills, while earning CE/CME credits at RCEC from May 12 to 15 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. Click here to register.
Community pharmacists' role in impacting personal diabetes treatment goals
This CE lesson will provide the pharmacist with an update on pharmacotherapeutic options and counseling points necessary for managing patients with diabetes.
Affordable Care Act: Implications for the community pharmacy team
The goal of this CE lesson is to provide community pharmacists with knowledge on how the Affordable Care Act may affect roles in pharmacy practice, allowing the team to better assist the pharmacy’s patients.
Nurse practitioners on the front lines of diabetes diagnosis and management
This CE lesson helps the advanced practice clinician with the ability to assess cough, cold and flu in adults and children, and provide prevention and treatment recommendations.
Affordable Care Act: Implications for community pharmacy technicians
This CE lesson works o provide community pharmacy technicians with knowledge on how the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, may affect their role in pharmacy practice, allowing them to better assist the pharmacy’s patients.