Summer 2011
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Issue 3: Practical Applications of Evidence-Based Medicine in Pharmacy Practice
Educational Objectives
This program is designed for pharmacists and pharmacy managers. At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to:
  • Discuss the concept of evidence-based pharmacy practice and develop an implementation roadmap
  • Review the advantages, disadvantages and uses of evidence-based medicine
  • Identify the best sources of evidence used in evidence-based medicine
  • Describe the relationship between the health care provider, the patient and the evidence

This program qualifies for 1.5 contact hour (0.15 CEU) of continuing education credit.

Articles
Editor's Perspective - Evidence-Based Pharmacy Practice
    - William A. Gouveia
Evidence-Based Medicine in Clinical Practice
    - Robert L. Talbert
Deconstructing Evidence-Based Medicine
    - Dani Hackner
Turning Evidence Into Medicine
    - Michael T. Inzerillo
Systematic Approach to Evidence-Based Medicine in Clinical Pharmacy Practice
    - Mary Roederer
A Perspective on Evidence-Based Medicine: Interview with William A. Miller
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Issue 2: Managing Injectable Drugs in the Ambulatory Setting
Educational Objectives
This program is designed for pharmacists and pharmacy managers. At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to:
  • Describe the third wave of health-system pharmacy practice
  • Discuss the responsibilities and competencies of pharmacy managers in the ambulatory setting
  • Identify the clinical, quality and financial considerations involved in establishing an ambulatory injectable drug program
  • Describe aspects of the Medicare Modernization Act relevant to the ambulatory setting
  • Review action steps required to prevent Medicare fraud and abuse in the ambulatory setting

This program qualifies for 1.5 contact hour (0.15 CEU) of continuing education credit.

Articles
Editor's Perspective: The Third Wave in Health-System Pharmacy
    - William A. Gouveia
Guidelines for a Systematic Approach to Pharmacy Involvement in Chronic Disease Management
    - Rita Shane
Notes from The Cleveland Clinic: A Discussion with David Kvancz
    - David A. Kvancz
Pharmacy Case Studies from Parkland Health & Hospital System
    - Michael T. Inzerillo
Reimbursement Dynamics: A Discussion with Judith Baker
    - Judith J. Baker
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Issue 1: Supply Chain Management in Health Systems: A New Imperative For Pharmacists
Educational Objectives
This program is designed for pharmacists and pharmacy managers. At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to:
  • Describe the importance of maintaining a reliable pharmaceutical supply chain.
  • Determine the impact of Wholesaler Source Contracting Programs on the pharmaceutical marketplace.
  • Identify various ways of detecting counterfeit drug products.
  • Review drug shortage management strategies.
  • Describe action steps to prevent drug diversion.
Articles
Editor's Perspective: A Reliable Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
    - Bill Gouveia
Tips for Pharmacists in Detecting Counterfeit Medications
    - Marv Shepherd
The Increasing Occurrence of Drug Shortages: Facts and Strategies for the Hospital Pharmacy
    - Erin Fox and Linda Tyler
The Impact of Wholesaler Source Contracting Programs on the Pharmaceutical Marketplace
    - Allen Dunehew
Editor's Commentary
    - Bill Gouveia
Rx Forum: Interview with Douglas Scheckelhoff
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