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OPF Presents Diabetes Mangagement CE

This program is a must for all pharmacists interested in getting paid for disease state management.

Creating a Collaborative Practice between Pharmacists and Physicians in Diabetes Management

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This program is a must for all pharmacists interested in getting paid for disease state management. Pharmacists are in a great position to provide pharmaceutical care services for diabetics and help patients reach clinical targets and improve their outcomes.

Learn how you can have hands-on management of patients’ behaviors and increase their compliance with medications. This is a tremendous opportunity for pharmacists to expand their role on the healthcare team, while at the same time significantly increasing revenues.

This program is funded by a medical education grant from Ross Products Division.

For your convienence, the program is being offered in the following locations from 6:30 p.m. until 9:50 p.m.

October 29:
(Online registrations for the October 29, program have closed. Please contact OPA at 614.798.0037 info@ohiopharmacists.org for further information.)
Holiday Inn
6001 Rockside Road
(I-77 and I-480)
Independence, OH 44131

November 12: Holiday Inn (Blue Ash)
3855 Hauck Road
I-275 at U.S. 42
Cincinnati, OH 45241

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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Diabetes Collaborative Practice Between
Pharmacists and Physicians in a Family Medicine Office Setting

Allen Nichol, Pharm.D.
Clinical Pharmacist Grandview Family Practice

ACPE #129-000-02-055-L01 (0.2 CEU)

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
1. develop a collaborative on-site practice by pharmacists and physicians within a family practice of medicine, to manage diabetic
patients;
2. describe the clinical services provided by a pharmacist in a collaborative physician /pharmacist practice for the management of diabetic patients;
3. review outcome measurements to substantiate the importance of the collaborative practice management of diabetic patients by pharmacists and physicians;
4. identify a business plan for both the physician and pharmacist on how the collaborative practice between both physicians and pharmacists would occur; and
5. identify payment sources for clinical pharmacy services.

Specialty Nutritional Interventions in Chronic Disease State Management
Bill Moore, M.S., M.Ed., R.D.
Primary Care Nutrition Consultant

ACPE #129-000-02-056-L01 (0.1 CEU)

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
1. identify nutritional interventions important to diabetes, COPD, and osteoporosis;
2. describe why these interventions are important in chronic disease states; and
3. demonstrate an understanding of the role of the pharmacist in educating patients with these disease states about the importance of nutrition.


PROGRAM

6:30 pm Registration

7:00 pm “Diabetes Collaborative Practice Between Pharmacists and Physicians in a Family Medicine Office Setting”
Allen Nichol, Pharm.D.
ACPE #129-000-02-055-L01 [0.2 CEU]

8:40 pmBreak

9:00 pm “Specialty Nutritional Interventions in Chronic Disease State Management”
Bill Moore, M.S., M.Ed., R.D.
ACPE #129-000-02-056-L01 [0.1 CEU]

9:50 pm Adjournment


To receive continuing pharmaceutical education credit, you must complete the Attendance/evaluation form at the program, sign, date, and return it to OPF staff or office. Your statement of CE credit will be mailed to you within four weeks.

Requests for refunds, less $15 administrative fee, will be honored if received one week prior to program.

The Ohio Pharmacists Foundation Inc. is accredited by the American Council on
Pharmaceutical Education as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education.

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For more information, call OPF at 614.798.0037 or email info@ohiopharmacists.org.


HOTEL INFORMATION
Holiday Inn Cleveland:216.524.8050
Holiday Inn Cincinnati:513.563.8330
Holiday Inn Worldwide: 800.465.4329

Driving directions will be mailed with your
confirmation letter when you register for the seminar.

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