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Chronic Care Management Using a Team Based Care Model - Pharmacists

Chronic Care Management Using a Team Based Care Model - Pharmacists

Chronic Care Management Using a Team Based Care Model - Pharmacists

Don Teater (MD), Cindy Warriner (RPh), Kayla Craddock (MPH)
Don Teater (MD), Cindy Warriner (RPh), Kayla Craddock (MPH)
on behalf of Appalachian College of Pharmacy

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Launch date: 26 Feb 2018
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Last updated: 27 Aug 2018

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Description

Name of Event: Changing Health Care Through Community Connections in Southwest Virginia

Names of Chronic Care Management – HBP and Diabetes Presentations: Advancing Team-Based Care Through the Use of Collaborative Practice Agreements and Using the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process to Manage High Blood Pressure

Date of Event: December 13, 2017

Name of Speakers: Kayla Craddock, MPH and Cynthia Warriner, RPh, CDE

Objectives

Illustrate what Chronic Care Management (CCM) services are and how pharmacists and technicians can engage in implementation and maintenance of the service
Upon completion of this course the learner will be able to illustrate what Chronic Care Management (CCM) services are and how pharmacists and technicians can engage in implementation and maintenance of the service.
Identify strategies that care teams may utilize for reimbursement/sustainability of their services in the CCM model of care
Upon completion of this course the learner will be able to identify strategies that care teams may utilize for reimbursement/sustainability of their services in the CCM model of care.
Recognize when a collaborative practice agreement is needed while implementing CCM
Upon completion of this course the learner will be able to recognize when a collaborative practice agreement is needed while implementing CCM.
Describe National resources that are available for pharmacists and technicians to use when developing and implementing programs
Upon completion of this course the learner will be able to describe National resources that are available for pharmacists and technicians to use when developing and implementing programs.
Don Teater (MD), Cindy Warriner (RPh), Kayla Craddock (MPH)

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Don Teater (MD), Cindy Warriner (RPh), Kayla Craddock (MPH)
on behalf of Appalachian College of Pharmacy

Don Teater, MD -

Dr. Teater graduated from the Ohio State University College of Medicine in 1985. He works in Waynesville, NC and specializes in Psychiatry. Dr. Teater is affiliated with Haywood Regional Medical Center and Westcare Health Harris Regional Hospital.

Cindy Warriner, RPh -

HQI previously VHQC (QIN-QIO), May 2015 – present, Richmond, Virginia Works as a pharmacist consultant on QIN-QIO contracted projects for Virginia and Maryland.
WALGREENS PHARMACY, 2006- present, Richmond, Virginia Works as a staff pharmacist(32-36 hours/week, as of 5/2015 part-time).

BUFORD ROAD PHARMACY, 2003 – 2006, Richmond, Virginia Worked as a part-time pharmacist.
CENTER PHARMACY, 1996 - 2006, 1987-90; 1983-86 Richmond, Virginia Worked as a pharmacy technician and full-time pharmacist. Worked as a part-time pharmacist.

VIRGINIA PHARMACISTS ASSOCIATION, 2001-2004, Richmond, Virginia Worked part-time as Legislative Liaison, staff representative for The Academy of Independent Pharmacists, developer/coordinator of the Entrepreneur Pharmacy elective class for the academy. The class is being taught currently for college credit at three pharmacy schools in Virginia.

STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS, 1994 - 2000 Chester, Virginia Owner and President of the Pharmacy Consultant Company Worked as a Legislative Liaison and Program Speaker. Served on the Joint Commission on Health Care Point-of-Service Task Force 1997

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY SCHOOLS, 1982-83 Prince George, Virginia Taught high school Biology and was head coach for the Varsity and Junior Varsity Girls Track Team.

Born March 23,1960; Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Married to David Warriner of Emporia, Virginia. Two children: Martha Louise Warriner (Martie) David Dortch Warriner,II (Chip) Hobby and spare time activities include tennis, reading and traveling.

Kayla Craddock, MPH -

Kayla Craddock is the Quality Improvement Supervisor within the Division of Prevention and Health Promotion, Office of Family Health Services, at the Virginia Department of Health. She oversees statewide diabetes and heart disease initiatives related to health system interventions and increasing clinical-community linkages within communities. Many of the projects Kayla oversees and supports involve partnership building, capacity assessments, and data analysis to demonstrate outcomes. Prior to coming to the Department of Health, Kayla worked as a Community Health Educator for a federally qualified health center in Southwest Virginia. Kayla has been both a facilitator and trainer for the Stanford Diabetes Self-Management Program and has experience with coalition and team-building. She earned her Master’s in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a B.S. in Psychology and Biology from Averett University.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
  • 3.50 Hours

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