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Pharmacy Law Matters: Legal and Regulatory Developments Affecting Pharmacy in 2015

Describes a wide range of federal legislative and regulatory activities that affect pharmacy practice, including new or proposed policy changes, as well as other actions stemming from preexisting policy.
Medicare Medicaid pharmacy law and regulations
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Member Free
Non-Member $129.00

Beyond Statin Therapy: Making Sense of ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway - Home Study

The American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) 2013 guidelines on the management of cholesterol were developed based on well-designed clinical trials. However, additional evidence from clinical trials and newer drug therapies are now available.
clinical patient care and services clinical policy cholesterol management
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Non-Member $25.00

The Importance of a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Program in Ambulatory Practice

In health care, the continuous quality improvement (CQI) model is an organizational approach involving organizational management, teamwork, defined processes, systems thinking, and change to create an environment for improvement.
Home Study
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Non-Member $129.00

Olympics in a Time of Zika – Home Study

Zika infection is associated with fetal microcephaly, infant brain damage, and multiple neurological conditions in adults. There have been several cases of sexual transmission from travelers returning from Zika endemic areas.
clinical patient care and services zika virus public health
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Non-Member $129.00

June 2016 ACIP Immunization Update – Home Study

This online learning activity will provide the latest information directly from the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
clinical patient care and services immunizations
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Member $29.00
Non-Member $49.00

New Drugs 2015

Speaker: Daniel A. Hussar, Ph.D., Remington Professor of Pharmacy, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, University of the Sciences. This video was recorded at the APhA2016 Annual Meeting and Exposition.
new drugs drug information
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Non-Member $25.00

New Therapeutic Agents Marketed in 2016: Part 1

Featuring elbasvir and grazoprevir; brivaracetam; reslizumab; Ixekizumab; and patiromer sorbitex calcium.
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Non-Member $25.00

Maxed Out on Metformin—Now What? Individualized Diabetes Management

Over the past few decades, the understanding of diabetes pathophysiology and the pharmacotherapy armamentarium have rapidly expanded. It is now widely accepted that diabetes is a complex, multi-organ, chronic disease that requires continuous medical and educational care.
Home Study
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Non-Member $129.00

Saving Lives with Naloxone: Opportunity or Obligation?

Pharmacists are well-positioned to help address the overdose epidemic through proper medication management, counseling patients and caregivers about overdose risk reduction, and providing naloxone rescue kits to the community.
clinical patient care and services pain management drug information
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Non-Member $25.00

Provider Status: It’s Happening

Provider status activities that promote patient access to pharmacists’ patient care services are crucial to addressing these barriers and optimizing the pharmacist’s role in the health care system.