Title Category Credit Event date Cost
Management of Comorbid Behavioral and Physical Illness Near the End of Life
  • Behavioral health
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • AMA
  • ANCC
  • APA
  • Attendance
  • CCMC - General
$0.00 Comorbid mental and physical diseases constitute a major challenge for HCPs and the health care system, particularly when caring for individuals near the end of life. Understanding the causes may aid in the prevention and management of comorbid behavioral and physical illness near the end of life.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Part I: Overview, Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
  • Pediatrics
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • AMA
  • ANCC
  • APA
  • Attendance
  • CCMC - General
$0.00 Individuals with ASD have a wide range of strengths and weaknesses. ASD is a complex neurobehavioral disorder characterized by impaired social interactions, difficulty with verbal and nonverbal communication, rigid routines and repetitive behaviors, and limited activities and interests.
The Relationship Between Physical and Behavioral Health
  • Behavioral health
  • AMA
  • ANCC
  • APA
  • Attendance
$0.00 Medical science increasingly recognizes the vital link between physical and behavioral health. Physical illnesses like diabetes, cardiovascular disease and musculoskeletal pain are associated with behavioral illnesses. Likewise, individuals with behavioral illnesses such as depression or anxiety disorder are also more likely to experience poor physical health. These findings indicate that primary HCPs would benefit from additional support in investigating and diagnosing behavioral illnesses in individuals with chronic physical conditions.
Health Care Ethics and Safety: A Quality Case for Consumer Engagement*
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • AMA
  • ANCC
  • APA
  • CCMC - Ethics
  • CDR
$0.00 Building a culture of health and well-being for those we care for means promoting compassionate, high-quality, efficient and person-centered care. When individuals and their families believe that we place their well-being at the center of what we do, there is a greater likelihood that outcomes will improve. In acute care settings, this might mean greater treatment adherence, shorter lengths of stay and fewer medication errors. However, HCPs often experience significant compassion fatigue and may dismiss compassion as less important than other aspects of care.
Pharmacy Benefit Management Technician Certification Program: Module 1
  • Pharmacy benefit management
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • Attendance
$25.00 The purpose of this three-part series is to promote learning about PBM. This series was designed for those interested in learning more about managed care pharmacy and PBM. Module 1 introduces PBM and general pharmacy knowledge; module 2 covers the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), formularies, plan types and claim adjudication; and module 3 discusses prior authorizations, drug utilization reviews and various service levels.Learning objectivesAt the end of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
Pharmacy Benefit Management Technician Certification Program: Module 2
  • Pharmacy benefit management
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • Attendance
$25.00 The purpose of this three-part series is to promote learning about PBM. This series was designed for those interested in learning more about managed care pharmacy and PBM. Module 1 introduces PBM and general pharmacy knowledge; module 2 covers the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), formularies, plan types and claim adjudication; and module 3 discusses prior authorizations, drug utilization reviews and various service levels.Learning objectivesAt the end of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
Pharmacy Benefit Management Technician Certification Program: Module 3
  • Pharmacy benefit management
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • Attendance
$25.00 The purpose of this three-part series is to promote learning about PBM. This series was designed for those interested in learning more about managed care pharmacy and PBM. Module 1 introduces PBM and general pharmacy knowledge; module 2 covers the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), formularies, plan types and claim adjudication; and module 3 discusses prior authorizations, drug utilization reviews and various service levels.Learning objectivesAt the end of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
Optimizing Care in the Seriously Ill: Using the National Guidelines in Palliative Care
  • Palliative care and hospice
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • AMA
  • ANCC
  • APA
  • ASWB
  • Attendance
  • CCMC - General
  • NAB
05/07/2019 $0.00 Activity descriptionThe National Consensus Project for Quality Palliative Care (NCP) is an initiative of the National Coalition of Hospice and Palliative Care (NCHPC) to further define and underscore the value of palliative care and to improve upon the delivery of palliative care in the United States. Palliative care is an organized, highly structured system for the delivery of care.
Closing the Gap in Health Equity
  • Wellness
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • AMA
  • ANCC
  • Attendance
  • CCMC - Ethics
$0.00 In the United States, racial/ethnic minority, rural, and low-income populations continue to experience suboptimal access to and inequity of health care despite decades of recognition of health disparities and policy mandates to eliminate them. There are a number of disease states with recognized disparities and many health care interventions designed to achieve health equity fall short due to gaps in knowledge and translation.
Chronic Kidney Disease: Early and Effective Intervention and Evidence-based Guidelines for Optimal Management
  • Disease Management
  • ACPE - Pharmacist
  • ACPE - Pharmacy Technician
  • AMA
  • ANCC
  • Attendance
  • CCMC - General
$0.00 Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a significant public health problem in the United States and a major source of suffering and poor quality of life for those afflicted. It is responsible for premature death and demands a high economic price from both the private and public sectors. The prevalence of CKD is increasing, and more than 50 percent of adults 30–64 years old are projected to develop CKD over their lifetimes.

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