The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) has extended CPE credit for four Healthcare sessions at the Inmar Analytics Forum, April 7-9 at the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem, NC. CPE credit for these sessions is through the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Each of the four sessions listed below will count for .75 CEUs, for a total of 3.0 CEUs for participation in all four sessions:Session TitleObjectivesACPE # Information
Value-Based Contracting in Pharmacy: What it Means to Retail Pharmacy and a Review of the Models UsedExplore the common definitions of value-based contracting in Retail PharmacyDiscuss if value-based contracting opportunities are positive or negative business optionsInvestigate ways to make value-based contracting part of clinical integration which can heighten the role of the pharmacist in the community of careReview how these contracts can create channel conflict and explore ways to avoid
Pharmacy Audits: Trends, Implications, and StrategyDescribe the four pressures that relate to the increase in the prevalence and frequency of pharmacy auditsIdentify at least four strategies that your organization can implement to mitigate your risk of audit.Describe three implications a negative finding on a pharmacy audit could have on your business?
4/7/2015Industry Trends in Pharmacy ReimbursementDescribe the four trends that are creating challenges in third-party pharmacy reimbursement today.Identify at least four strategies that your organization can implement to improve your financial performance and eliminate risk.Describe three scenarios that can cause a negative impact to your pharmacy business
4/7/2015Patient Services at Retail: Fact or FictionDifferentiate key components of patient services at retail versus traditional specialty product patient servicesDescribe industry trends to grow patent services at retailExplain key obstacles for retail in implementing patient services