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    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: CIPS Knowledge Enterprise

    Overview

    Increasingly powerful and complex drug combinations are used to treat patients with chronic diseases and multiple health conditions. Even though prescription medications represent an expanding portion of health care costs, the complexity and potency of drug therapy does not always translate into improved patient outcomes. Side-effects, drug interactions, and confusion about how to take medications can impact a patient's adherence to a medication regimen. Positive health outcomes hinge on the effective use of medications in patient care.


    Controlled Substances and Inventory: Issues for Maryland's Dispensing Physicians

    The practice of dispensing any medication faces a certain amount of control and regulation, but when that medication is considered a “Controlled Substance” by the DEA, the control and regulation is taken to a whole new level. This module focuses on the intricacies of controlled substance laws and regulations as well as other practice nuances that will benefit any clinic considering dispensin...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

    Counseling Patients at the Point of Dispensing: Requirements and Best Practices

    Counseling for Medicare and dual-eligible Medicaid patients is required at the time of dispensing under certain conditions and with certain medications. This one hour module will acquaint learners with specific requirements for counseling, will define and sequence the steps in patient medication counseling, and will share best practices. This session will provide audiovisual case examples to i...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

    Dispensing Opioids: Decisions to Improve Medication Safety

    At the time of dispensing, health professionals are exposed to patients who are struggling with uncontrolled asthma or poorly controlled COPD. Caregivers are also seeking better ways to management this chronic condition. The online module entitled Optimizing Patient Use of Inhalers and Other Respiratory Devices will equip learners with a practical understanding of devices to deliver drug to the...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: CIPS Knowledge Enterprise

    Dispensing, Labeling, and Documentation for Maryland Physicians

    This interactive, web-based module details the step-by-step processes for dispensing, labeling and documentation as required by Maryland law. Good dispensing practices are illustrated. The module aids the learner to track workflow from medication preparation before dispensing, through dispensing, and post-dispensing record keeping. Learning Objectives (Physicians): At the end of this knowl...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

    Healthcare Quality: Measurement and Implication Series

    Quality measures continue to emerge from a variety of healthcare stakeholder groups to determine quality. Healthcare quality measures are changing the behaviors of providers, payers, and consumers. This online continuing education series provides a comprehensive overview of the healthcare quality landscape since the Affordable Care Act, including national priority setting, Advanced Alternative P...
    The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

    Motivational Interviewing & Patient Adherence at the Point of Dispensing

    Motivational interviewing (MI) is a useful tool at the point of dispensing. MI can address patient's barriers to a medication regimen. Brief interviews can uncover a patient’s desire, need, and reasons for change or ambivalence towards change. This course offers the basic principles and skills of motivational interviewing at the point of dispensing. Strategies and resources to support comple...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

    Physician Dispensing: Optimizing Patient Use of Inhalers and Other Respiratory Devices

    At the time of dispensing, health professionals are exposed to patients who are struggling with uncontrolled asthma or poorly controlled COPD. Caregivers are also seeking better ways to management this chronic condition. The online module entitled Optimizing Patient Use of Inhalers and Other Respiratory Devices will equip learners with a practical understanding of devices to deliver drug to the ...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

    The P3 Process of Care: Comprehensive Medication Therapy Management

    The P3 Program™ Process of Care is an evidence-based therapeutic process delivered by trained pharmacists for the management of patients with chronic disease(s). This brief model prepares pharmacists for new roles in clinical care using the P3 process called Comprehensive Medication Therapy Management (CMTM) services. This interactive, patient-centered clinical service provides a framework for...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

    The Science of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA) in Medical Product Development - An Intensive Online Educational Series

    Clinical outcome assessments (COAs) are the tools used to assess clinical outcomes (i.e., how a patient feels, functions in day-to-day life, or survives) and are fundamental in establishing evidence of clinical benefit in medical-product development. Training in the science of clinical outcome assessments has been largely limited to academic degree programs hosted by universities. The objecti...
    University of Maryland School of Pharmacy: Office of Continuing Education

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