Mark Your Calendar: Check the PSSNY website for additional continuing education details and registration forms: Mohawk Valley Pharmacists Society MVPS - 10/12/2014 Medication Safety (3 CEU) Invites You To TWO Educational Program MVPS - 10/26/2014 Hyperlipidemia (2 CEU) MVPS - 11/9/2014 - Fraud, Waste & Abuse (2 CEU) Pharmacists Responsibility for Patient Medication Safety January 8—11, 2015 PSSNY Midwinter Meeting Saratoga Hilton Saratoga Springs, NY October 12, 2014 «Full Name» «Add1» «Add2» «Add3» «City», «State» «Zip» Important******** no credit will be given if you do not have your CPE number filed with PSSNY! We have no control over this. This is now a national requirement . This program is provided as a member benefit of the Mohawk Valley Pharmacists Society Join now and take advantage of these continuing education member benefits and meet with your peers. PSSNY 210 Washington Ave. Ext. Albany, NY 12203 Go to www.MyCPEmonitor.net to get or retrieve if you have forgotten your CPE #. Then go to the PSSNY site www.pssny.org login and put your CPE# and month and day of birth in your profile. WE CANNOT LOOK UP YOUR NUMBERS FOR YOU - SORRY. Fraud, Waste & Abuse in Pharmacy Practice November 9, 2014 Continuing Education Programs to be held on October 12 and November 9 Where: Club Monarch 16 Erie Street Yorkville, NY 13495 Registration: 6:00 PM Dinner & Program: 6:30 PM —————————————–-——————— 2014 Members of MVPS — FREE PHARMACY STUDENTS - FREE Delinquent & Nonmembers— $75.00 CALL 800.632.8822 Membership will be checked at door Presenter for Pharmacists Responsibility for Patient Medication Safety: Karl Fiebelkorn, Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Professional Relations Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science Presenter for Hyperlipidemia: Karl Fiebelkorn, Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Professional Relations Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science The Pharmacists Society of the State of New York is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. . Pharmacists Responsibility for Patient Medication Safety Knowledge Based -- Program Date: 10/12/2014 0170-9999-014-102-L05-P ● 3 Contact Hours At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: Discuss the frequency of occurrence of medication errors and the estimated costs to the health care system in the United States. Define medication errors, and common types that occur in pharmacies. Discuss the common causes of medication errors. Review the potential source of errors such as drug names, abbreviations, packaging and communication. Discuss the National Assessment of Adult Literacy and the effect on medication errors from prescription labeling. List steps by the pharmacist to avoid errors during dispensing. Discuss the protocol a pharmacist should follow in mitigating a dispensing error. Recognize common errors in electronic prescriptions and identify the appropriate interventions needed. Identify reference sources available to pharmacists for more information. Fraud, Waste & Abuse in Pharmacy Practice Knowledge Based -- 10/26/2014 0170-9999-014-103-L03-P ● 2 Contact Hours At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: Define the terms fraud, waste and abuse Discuss the frequency among pharmacies and other health care personnel Explain the employee’s responsibility to prevent and report fraud, waste and abuse Summarize the laws and regulations concerning fraud, waste and abuse. TO NONMEMBERS: This is an open invitation for you to join us for this continuing education program. If you are not a member, you can join and become paid in full for one year. You can join online. Visit us at www.pssny.org JOIN & BE PROACTIVE FOR YOUR PROFESSION This program is provided as a Mohawk Valley Pharmacists Society member benefit Members must be paid in full for 2014. Register by calling Dennis Thompson 315.732.8797 and stating your name and the date of the program you will attend. This program is targeted for pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. To receive credit for this program, participants must fully attend this session as well as submit a completed signature verification sheet and program evaluation sheet (and identify future educational needs) with your NAPB e-profile. Your continuing education credit will be reported to CPE monitor.
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