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Certificate in Specialty Pharmacy Exam Prep Course

Certificate in Specialty Pharmacy Exam Prep Course

Certificate in Specialty Pharmacy Exam Prep Course

Erin Stack, PharmD, King Vu, PharmD, Kevn McNamara, PharmD,April Jones, PharmD, CSP,Kellye D. Gibbs,
Erin Stack, PharmD, King Vu, PharmD, Kevn McNamara, PharmD,April Jones, PharmD, CSP,Kellye D. Gibbs,
on behalf of ProCE Inc.

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Launch date: 08 Mar 2017
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Last updated: 13 Mar 2017

Reference: 170919

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Specialty pharmacy is the fastest growing segment of pharmacy practice today and will continue for the foreseeable future. Specialty pharmacy impacts only a small percent of the population; however, the diseases and drug therapies are very complex and require a higher level of knowledge compared to more traditional diseases and drug therapies. The Certified Specialty Pharmacist Credential is designed to validate your professional expertise, elevate the status of the specialty pharmacy profession, differentiate yourself in a competitive job market, position yourself for handling limited or exclusively distributed drugs, position yourself to better serve payer requirements, and protect the public by improving their health outcomes and reducing medication errors.The CSP Exam Preparatory Course will cover aspects of Clinical, Fulfillment, Intake and Outcomes that might be expected on the exam. Join expert faculty as key aspects of specialty pharmacy and the specialty pharmacist’s role are discussed. Key topics include the fundamentals and considerations for the patient intake process, as well as fulfillment workflows, quality assurance and dispensing channels. Outcomes measures and standards are covered, and clinical modules review persistence and adherence, specialty drug classes, indications, interactions, and more.

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Learning Objectives:The target audience for this activity includes pharmacists.At the completion of Patient Intake, participants will be able to: Outline and explain key considerations for the specialty pharmacist concerning the patient intake process.Define and describe the central intake approach to the specialty pharmacy patient intake process.Identify and distinguish the specific roles of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in the patient intake process.List and explain the fundamental steps of the patient intake process for specialty pharmaceuticals.Identify and discuss specific business drivers as they relate to specialty pharmacy patients.Compare and contrast key opportunities and challenges related to the specialty pharmacy patient intake process. At the completion of Clinical Practice in Specialty Pharmacy, participants will be able to: List the key components of the patient medical record related to the clinical management of the patient.Define persistence and adherence.Outline barriers to adherence.Describe strategies to improve adherence.Outline the various components of Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS).Identify the characteristics of Limited Distribution Drugs (LDD).Discuss the specialty pharmacy role in assuring desired patient safety and patient outcomes. At the completion of Clinical: Inflammatory Diseases, participants will be able to: Identify different classes of medications, mechanisms of action, and indication used to treat auto-immune conditions.Identify standardized dosing schedules, route of administration, and storage considerations for medications used to treat auto-immune conditions.Discuss monitoring parameters, possible side effects, and complications associated with medications used to treat auto-immune conditions. At the completion of Clinical: Oncology, participants will be able to: List dosing and indications for oral oncolytic therapies in oncology and hematology.Identify most commonly used therapies in practice and important counseling/monitoring parameters.Assess therapies for appropriateness based on drug-drug and drug-disease interactions.At the completion of Clinical: Hepatitis, participants will be able to: Discuss the prevalence and diagnosis of hepatitis C.Describe the pharmacology of direct acting antivirals.Determine the appropriate treatment selection of a dir..
Erin Stack, PharmD, King Vu, PharmD, Kevn McNamara, PharmD,April Jones, PharmD, CSP,Kellye D. Gibbs,

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Erin Stack, PharmD, King Vu, PharmD, Kevn McNamara, PharmD,April Jones, PharmD, CSP,Kellye D. Gibbs,
on behalf of ProCE Inc.

Erin Stack, PharmD (Patient Intake) Supervising Pharmacist Cottrill’s Specialty Pharmacy. King Vu, PharmD (Patient Intake) Clinical Help Desk Pharmacist Diplomat Pharmacy. Kevn McNamara, PharmD (Clinical) Owner-Manager Clinical Pharmacy Partners. April Jones, PharmD, CSP (Clinical) Clinical Pharmacist, Specialty Pharmacy Services Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Kellye D. Gibbs, PharmD, CSP (Clinical) Clinical Pharmacist, Specialty Pharmacy Services Vanderbilt University Rheumatology Clinic. Houston Wyatt, PharmD, CSP (Clinical) Clinical Pharmacist, Specialty Pharmacy Services Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Alicia Carver, PharmD, BCPS, CSP (Clinical) Clinical Pharmacist, Specialty Pharmacy Services Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Aimee Banks, PharmD, BCPS (Clinical) Clinical Pharmacist Multiple Sclerosis Clinic Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Stephen Lagano, MS, PE (Fulfillment) CEO Altometrixs. Kanika Kapoor, PharmD, CSP (Outcomes) Clinical Pharmacist Diplomat Pharmacy

Current Accreditations

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

  • Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
  • 6.75 Hours -
    Reference: 0221-9999-17-061-H04-P | 0221-9999-17-062-H01

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