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NEW FOR COMMUNITY/AMBULATORY PHARMACY
Implementing CQI Programs:
A Roadmap to Quality Improvement

April 9, 2017
7:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Breakfast will be provided

Maggiano’s Little Italy Philadelphia, PA

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

» Describe the Board(s) of Pharmacy requirements for a CQI program

» Identify the appropriate steps in a CQI program

» Analyze medication errors using ISMP’s Assess-ERR™ tool

» Select error reduction strategies that can prevent patient harm

» Perform a root cause analysis (RCA) using ISMP’s RCA Workbook for Community/ Ambulatory Pharmacy

 

OVERVIEW

Attend ISMP’s unique workshop on continuous quality improvement (CQI) for community/ambulatory pharmacy supervisors, managers, and owners, and learn how to establish a successful CQI program that will drive sustainable medication safety improvements.

This information-packed, hands-on session will help you meet regulatory and accreditation CQI requirements and earn specific CE credit in medication safety and pharmacy law, as mandated for license renewal in many states.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

»  Pharmacy supervisors, managers, regional supervisors and managers, and owners in:
• Community/ambulatory
• Long-term care
• Stand alone and hospital outpatient clinics
• Mail order and specialty pharmacy settings

» Personnel in charge of quality improvement

» Pharmacy educators responsible for medication safety and quality improvement

FEES AND REGISTRATION:

Early Registration: $195 (ends March 27, 2017)
Regular Registration: $225

For registration questions, contact ISMP at 215-947-7797 or register@ismp.org.

ACCREDITATION

image Educational Review Systems, Inc., is accredited by theAccreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. The pharmacy law portion of this program has been assigned the Universal Program Number # 0761-9999-17-009-L03-P/T and approved for 1 contact hour (0.1 CEUs) for pharmacy law. The medication safety part of the program has been assigned the Universal Program Number #0761-9999-17-010-L05-P/T and approved for 3 contact hours (0.3 CEUs) for medication safety . Proof of participation will be posted to participant’s NABP BPE profile within 4 to 6 weeks for individuals who successfully complete the post-test. Educational Review Systems also is approved for pharmacy continuing education by the state of Florida.


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