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OSHP 74th Annual Meeting

OHIO SOCIETY OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACISTS
74th ANNUAL MEETING

"Team Pharmacy: Progressive Approaches to Optimal Patient Care”

MAY 2 - 3, 2013

CROWNE PLAZA COLUMBUS NORTH


Pharmacists, students, and technicians will not want to miss this meeting. This event will provide you with two days of quality continuing education programming!

  • Separate breakout for students
  • Exhibits
  • Annual session of the OSHP House of Delegates
  • Presentation of this year’s awards for excellence in practice
  • And the opportunity to network with your colleagues and meet old and new friends in fun and friendly surroundings

Program at a Glance

Thursday, May 2:
7:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:25 AM Opening Remarks
8:30 AM Establishing Pharmacy Residencies in Community Hospitals
9:00 AM: Taking the Leap: 3 to 8 PGY1 Residents: Are You Crazy?
9:30 AM Dramatically Expanding Your Residency Programs and Student Rotations to Implement a Layered Learner Model to Advance Your Practice Model.
10:00 AM Dual Sessions:
- Transitions of Care and the Pharmacy Practice Model
- Role of Pharmacists in Maintaining Bone Health in Patients with Cancer
11:00 AM Dual Sessions:
- Essential Guidelines for Hospital Pharmacists in Acute Coronary Syndrome
- Facilitating Medication Reconciliation in the Emergency Department: A Tale of Two Cities
12:00 PM Exhibit program and buffet lunch
2:00 PM Triple Sessions:
- Nuclear Pharmacy Basics for the Hospital Pharmacist
- Pharmacogenomics and Pharmacokinetics
- Caring for the Bariatric Surgery Patient
3:00 PM Dual Sessions:
- Cost Containment Challenges and Strategies for Oncology Providers
- Antimicrobial Surveillance Teams to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance
4:00 PM Dual Sessions:
- New Hemostatic Strategies in Trauma and Surgery: Focus on Factor Products and Antifibrinolytics
- (4:00) Reorganization of Pharmacy Competencies across a Ten Hospital System;
- (4:30) Vitamin D: A Lung Lifesaver?
5:00 PMHouse of Delegates - Open Hearing and First Meeting
5:30 PMNetworking Reception sponsored in part by the Council of Ohio Colleges of Pharmacy
6:30 PMAnnual Awards Presentation Banquet
Friday, May 3:
7:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM Expanding Role of Certified Technicians in a 5 Hospital System
Student Track (8:30 - 10:00):
- Residency Search Timeline
- How to Remain Active: Leadership Opportunities after Graduation
- Involvement in Professional Advocacy and Legislative Issues as a Student and after Graduation
9:00 AM Dual Sessions:
- (9:00) Pharmacy Technicians' Responsibilities in an Anticoagulation Clinic
- (9:30) Raising the Bar - Designing and Implementing a Technician New-Hire Training Program
- A Sticky Situation: Dual Antiplatelet Therapy Prior to Surgery
10:30 AM Dual Sessions:
- Update of American Diabetes Guidelines - 2013
- Making Telepharmacy for Compounded Sterile Products Legal
11:30 AM Installation Luncheon
1:00 PM Dual Sessions:
- Brain Attack! An Update on Stroke Treatment in 2013
- (1:30) Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders: A Survey of Leadership Courses Taught at U.S. Colleges of Pharmacy
2:00 PM Dual Sessions:
- Best Practice Initiative, Impatient Anticoagulation Stewardship
- Pharmacy Productivity: Review and Introduction on Innovative Models
3:00 PM An Update and Review of Ohio Pharmacy Laws and Rules
4:00 PM House of Delegates – Second Meeting

Location/Hotel Accommodations:

The OSHP 74th Annual Meeting will be held at the Crowne Plaza Columbus North, and lodging is available. Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel directly at 614 885-1885. Please identify the "OSHP Room Block” to receive the special $100.00 per night rate plus tax. After April 17, the hotel will make reservations at its regular rate on a space available basis.

The Crowne Plaza Columbus North is located in Columbus off I-71 at Exit 117, State Route 161. Turn west onto Route 161. Turn right on Busch Boulevard. Go three traffic lights to Kingsmill Parkway and turn right. Kingsmill goes directly into the hotel parking lot.

Crowne Plaza Columbus North

6500 Doubletree Avenue, Columbus, OH 43229

Phone: 614 885-1885
Fax: 614 885-7222
Toll Free:800 228-3429

Thursday Evening Awards Presentation Banquet:

Following a Thursday evening reception sponsored in part by the Council of Ohio Colleges of Pharmacy, come join us at a banquet to honor this year’s recipients of OSHP’s various awards for excellence.

Dress Right:

Business casual dress will be appropriate for all daytime portions of the 74th Annual Meeting.Having a light jacket or sweater available is recommended because meeting room temperatures and personal comfort can vary. Evening/business attire will be appropriate for the Thursday evening awards presentation banquet.

Continuing Education Credit:

- Pharmacists can receive up to 12 hours, and technicians up to 11 hours continuing education at the 74th Annual Meeting.

ACPE

Ohio Northern University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.All program credit is delineated in the individual program information.

 

The Medical Learning Institute Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Completion of this knowledge‐based activity provides for 1 contact hour (0.10 CEU) of continuing education credit.

 

The American Society of Health‐System Pharmacists in accredited by the Accreditation Council for

Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Its activity provides for one contact hour (0.1 CEU) of continuing pharmacy education credit. Attendees must complete a Continuing Education Request online and may immediately print their statements of continuing pharmacy education credit at the ASHP eLearning site (elearning.ashp.org).

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Out of environmental concerns, speakers’ handouts will not be distributed to attendees at the Annual Meeting, with one exception (handouts for the Ohio Jurisprudence presentation will be provided onsite by the presenter). Follow the link below to access speakers' handouts:

Annual Meeting Speaker Handouts

Just for Students

Students will not want to miss Friday's special programming on making the most of your residency search timeline,how to sustain leadership involvement after graduation, and opportunities to get involved in professional advocacy and legislative issues.

If you do not wish to register on-line, you may download the 74th Annual Meeting registration brochure and mail or fax in registration with your payment.

Need More Information?
For more information on this year’s programming, contact Educational Affairs Director Jonathan Williams at williaj19@ccf.org or Executive Vice President Bob Parsons at 740 373-4949 or bobparsons@aol.com

Continuing Education Details

Thursday May 2nd, 2013

8:30AM – 9:00AM

"Establishing Pharmacy Residencies in Community Hospitals” Jason Eric Glowczewski, PharmD, MBA; Mate Soric, PharmD, BCPS

0.5 hours – UAN: 0048‐9999‐13‐065‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Outline strategies to gain support from administration for pharmacy residencies in

community hospitals

2. Describe the financial impact of pharmacy residency programs on community hospitals

3. Assess a department of pharmacy for resident learning opportunities

4. Develop a general residency program structure that is sustainable in a community hospital

Technician objectives:

1. Describe the general makeup of a pharmacy residency program

2. Identify the benefits that a pharmacy residency program can bring to a department of pharmacy

 

9:00AM – 9:30AM

"Taking the Leap: 3 to 8 PGY1 Residents: Are You Crazy?” Russell Smith, PharmD, MBA, BCPS

0.5 hours ‐ UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐076‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. How residency expansion can help your institution meeting PPMI goals

2. How expanding the residency helped with our Value Base Purchasing objectives

3. Barriers to residency expansion

4. Lessons learned

Technician objective:

1. Benefits of technicians in advance roles working with your PGY1 residents

 

9:30AM – 10:00AM

"Dramatically Expanding Your Residency Programs and Student Rotations to Implement a Layered

Learner Model to Advance Your Practice Model” Scott Knoer, MS, PharmD, FASHP

0.5 hours – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐069‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Describe how implementing a Layered Learner Model can be a cost effective way to add services

2. Describe how to rapidly increase the competency of multiple preceptors to expand

dramatically expand your residency programs

3. Understand the importance of partnering with colleges of pharmacy to create block rotations in developing a Layered Learner Model

4. Describe a successful process to determine departmental needs for adding various services

Technician objective:

1. Describe how to integrate technicians into a Layered Learner Model


10:00AM – 11:00AM

"Transitions of Care and the Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative " Emily Bennett, PharmD; Melody Hartzler, PharmD

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐073‐L04‐P/T

Pharmacist and technician objectives:

1. Describe the Affordable Care Act and its implications on current healthcare and practice

2. Discuss the impact of transitions of care on continuity of patient care

3. Identify innovative practice models to improve transitions of care processes

4. Apply the current and potential roles of pharmacists during transitions of care to current

practice

 

"Role of Pharmacists in Maintaining Bone Health in Patients with Cancer” Kamakshi V. Rao, PharmD, BCOP, CPP

1 hour – UAN 0204‐0000‐13‐417‐L01‐P (No technician CE available)

Pharmacist objectives:

1. Identify patients at risk for bone loss due to cancer therapies or bone metastases

2. Describe available treatment options for patients at risk for bone loss due to cancer therapies and for patients at risk for skeletal‐related events due to bone involvement or metastases

3. Discuss ongoing research regarding the use of bone‐modifying agents in patients with cancer

4. Outline a plan for minimizing the toxicity of bone‐modifying agents in patients with cancer

 

11:00AM – 12:00PM

"Essential Guidelines for Hospital Pharmacists in Acute Coronary Syndrome” Michael Bottorff, PharmD, FCCP,FNLA, CLS

This activity is sponsored by Medical Learning Institute, Inc. This activity is supported by educational

grants from AstraZeneca, Daiichi Sanko, Inc, and Lilly USA, LLC.

1 hour – UAN:0468‐000013‐002‐L01‐P (No technician CE available) Pharmacist objectives:

1. Discuss current updates on treatment guidelines for ACS

2. Review recent advances in treatment, technology/techniques to improve and relieve

symptoms

3. Describe the value and need for adherence to treatment guidelines and provide evidence‐

based solutions to treatment with current therapies

4. Examine through different case scenarios the current treatment options/techniques utilized to address ACS

 

"Facilitating Medication Reconciliation in the Emergency Department: A Tale of Two Cities” Matt Campbell, PharmD, BCPS; Tracey King, PharmD

1 hour – UAN: 0048‐9999‐13‐080‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. List the various responsibilities of emergency medicine pharmacists

2. Describe the role of emergency medicine pharmacists in facilitating medication reconciliation

3. Examine the utility of pharmacy student and pharmacy technician involvement in home medication list retrieval in the emergency department (ED)

4. Discuss improved patient safety outcomes and practice model successes with the inclusion of pharmacy students and technicians in ED home medication list retrieval

Technician objectives:

1. Discuss the utility of pharmacy technician involvement in home medication list retrieval in the emergency department (ED)


2:00PM – 3:00PM

"Nuclear Pharmacy Basics for the Hospital Pharmacist”

Richard L. Green, RPh, BCNP; Patricia C. Kienle, RPh, MPA, FASHP

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐801‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist and technician objectives:

1. Identify the key regulatory and accreditation standards related to radiophamaceuticals

2. State the five most commonly ordered radiopharmaceuticals used in a hospital

3. Identify the medications commonly prepared and administered in a nuclear medicine

department

4. State the requirements for access to medications for a nuclear medicine department

 

"Pharmacogenomics and Pharmacokinetics” David Kisor, BS, PharmD

1 hour – UAN: 0048‐9999‐13‐083‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Differentiate the major types of genetic variation, including nonsynonymous, synonymous, nonsense single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP’s) and insertion/deletion polymorphisms

2. Identify how specific genetic polymorphisms influence drug absorption, distribution,

metabolism, and excretion

3. Explain how a specific genetic polymorphism would affect the design of a patient’s drug dosing regimen

4. Recognize the influence of genetics and specific polymorphisms on the use of specific drugs

Technician objective:

1. Recognize how DNA variation can affect a person’s response to a drug

 

"Caring for the Bariatric Surgery Patient” Michelle Musser, PharmD

1 hour – UAN: 0048‐9999‐13‐074‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Discuss the risks and benefits of various bariatric surgery procedures

2. Describe the implications of bariatric surgery on medication use and management

3. Outline strategies to address medication use issues in bariatric surgery patients including

micronutrient supplementation.

Technician objective:

1. Describe the implications of bariatric surgery on medication use and management

 

3:00PM –4:00PM

"Cost Containment Challenges and Strategies for Oncology Providers” Niesha Griffith, MS, RPh, FASHP

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐068‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Describe the challenges related to cost containment in the current healthcare environment

2. Summarize the benefits of using compendia and other clinical information to streamline drug utilization and decrease drug expenditures

3. Outline strategies for cost containment, including the importance of dedicated staff

Technician objective:

1. Discuss strategies for minimizing write‐offs and maximizing revenue


"Antimicrobial Surveillance Teams to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance” Bradley Shinn, PharmD

1 hour – UAN: 0048‐9999‐13‐071‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Summarize the problematic microorganisms and patterns of resistance that are commonly encountered in clinical practice today

2. Differentiate the recommended components of a successful antimicrobial surveillance team with specific focus on the role of the clinical pharmacist

3. Interpret clinical studies that examine the effectiveness of antimicrobial surveillance teams

and identify opportunities in your institution.

Technician objectives:

1. List/select problematic microorganisms that commonly result in difficult‐to‐treat infections

2. Identify the recommended components of a successful antimicrobial surveillance team and specific roles for the pharmacy technician

3. Identify specific opportunities where pharmacy technicians might assist with antimicrobial surveillance efforts

 

4:00PM – 5:00PM

"New Hemostatic Strategies in Trauma and Surgery: Focus on Factor Products and Antifibrolytics”

David Robinson, PharmD; Sara Jordan, PharmD

1 hour ‐ UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐064‐L04‐P (No technician CE available) Pharmacist objectives:

1. Explain currently‐recommended uses and dosing strategies for the various factor products available for traumatic hemorrhage

2. Describe the role of tranexamic acid (TXA) in traumatic hemorrhage based on the findings of the CRASH‐2 trial

3. Compare the members of the antifibrolytic class and their use in surgical hemostatis

 

"Reorganization of Pharmacist Competencies across a Ten Hospital System” Rebecca Taylor, PharmD, MBA, BCPS

0.5 hours – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐082‐L04‐P (No technician CE available) Pharmacist objectives:

1. Discuss process utilized to recognize pharmacist competencies across a ten hospital system

2. Explain topics of relevance by weighing high risk, low use, high use, or new procedures

 

(4:30PM :) "Vitamin D: A Lung Livesaver?” Lindsay Landgrave, PharmD, MBA, BCPS

0.5 hours – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐077‐P (No technician CE available)

Pharmacist objective:

1. Identify the role of Vitamin D in lung diseases


Friday May 3rd, 2013

8:30AM – 9:00AM

"Expanding Role of Certified Pharmacy Technicians in a 5 Hospital System” Paul Mosko, RPh

0.5 hours – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐084‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist and technician objectives:

1. Discuss a general health system overview

2. Explain an overview and history of CPhT involvement in this hospital system

3. List specific data and outcomes associated with CPhT involvement in this hospital system


9:00AM – 9:30AM

"Pharmacy Technicians’ Responsibilities in an Anticoagulation Clinic” Marianne Ivey, PharmD, MPH; Sharon Wright, PharmD

0.5 hours – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐062‐L04‐P/T

Pharmacist and technician objectives:

1. Describe an expanded role of pharmacy technicians

2. Identify the responsibilities of a pharmacy technician in an anticoagulation clinic

3. Describe how an expanded role assists pharmacists to increase their direct patient care

4. Identify the competencies required for a pharmacy technician providing services in an

anticoagulation clinic

 

9:00AM – 10:00AM

"A Sticky Situation: Dual Antiplatelet Therapy Prior to Surgery” Lindsay Clark, PharmD, BCPS

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐1‐072‐L04‐P (No technician CE available) Pharmacist objectives:

1. Review pharmacology of antiplatelet therapy

2. Identify recommended indications for dual antiplatelet therapy

3, Assess cardiac and bleeding risk of patients on DAPT who must undergo surgery

4. Develop an appropriate bridging strategy for patients on DAPT undergoing therapy

 

9:30AM – 10:00AM

"Raising the Bar – Designing and Implementing a Technician New‐Hire Training Program” Garrett Eggers, PharmD, MS

0.5 hours – UAN0048‐9999‐13‐064‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Explain existing gaps in practice requiring improved technician training

2. Analyze existing technician training program and identify necessary improvements

3. Develop policies and procedures to create a sustainable technician training program

Technician objective:

1. Utilize existing technician resources to drive enhancements in technician training

 

10:30AM – 11:30AM

"Update of American Diabetes Guidelines 2013” Michelle Cudnik, PharmD

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐075‐L04‐P (No technician CE available) Pharmacist objectives:

1. Describe the changes in management of DM in these guidelines

2. Discuss the need for self monitoring of blood glucose levels

3. Evaluate diabetes cases and how the guidelines impact the management


"Making Telepharmacy for Compounded Sterile Products Legal" Jerry Siegel, PharmD, FASHP

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐040‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Describe the law as it relates to direct supervision of pharmacy technicians

2. List several advantages of telepharmacy from a patient’s perspective

3. Discuss the legal requirements for remote technician management through the use of telepharmacy systems

4. Discuss the opportunities for improving clinical care team management through the use of

telepharmacy

Technician objectives:

1. Describe the new role of the "teletechnician”

2. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of telepharmacy from a technician perspective

3. Describe and discuss the safety steps implemented in the telepharmacy system

4. Discuss the legal requirements for a telepharmacy system

 

1:00PM – 2:00PM

"Brain Attack: An Update on Stoke Treatment in 2013” Kiranpal Sangha, PharmD

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐066‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Describe specific considerations that must be evaluated prior to treatment of an acute ischemic stroke with alteplase (r‐tPA)

2. Describe the role of dual antiplatelet therapy after ischemic stroke

3. In the post acute transition of care after stroke list two modifiable risk factors for which to monitor the patient

Technician objectives:

1. List the number of strokes that occur yearly in the USA

2. Describe why it is vital to administer r‐tPA quickly after acute ischemic stroke

 

1:30PM – 2:00PM

"Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders: A Survey of Leadership Courses Taught at U.S. Colleges of

Pharmacy”

Megan Elavsky; Mick Hunt, RPh, MS, MBA, FASHP

0.5 hours – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐067‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Discuss the extent that U.S. colleges of pharmacy offer courses in leadership

2. Describe the most common characteristics of college of pharmacy courses in leadership

3. Describe a course template that could be used for developing a leadership course

Technician objective:

1. Describe the most common characteristics of college of pharmacy courses in leadership

 

2:00PM – 3:00PM

"Best Practices Initiative, Inpatient Anticoagulation Stewardship” Dorcas Letting‐Mangira, PharmD

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐079‐L04‐P/T Pharmacist objectives:

1. Discuss the complexity of inpatient anticoagulation management

2. Evaluate the tools available to optimize patient care in this area

3. Describe challenges in transition of patients on anticoagulation therapy

Technician objective:

1. Discuss the role of a technician in anticoagulation management


2:00PM – 3:00PM

"Pharmacy Productivity: Review and Introduction of Innovative Models” Ryan Naseman, PharmD, BCPS

1 hour – UAN:0048‐9999‐13‐078‐L04‐P/T

Pharmacist objectives:

1. Evaluate pharmacy productivity literature

2. Identify strengths and limitations of established productivity models

3. Introduce innovative pharmacy productivity metrics

4. Discuss productivity model based flexible staffing

Technician objectives:

1. Describe historical pharmacy department productivity metrics

2. Discuss technician specific productivity model drivers

3. Introduce innovative pharmacy department productivity metrics

4. Discuss limitations and complications of technician productivity models

 

3:00PM – 4:00PM

"An Update and Review of Ohio Pharmacy Laws and Rules” Kyle Parker, RPh, MBA

1 hour – Ohio In‐State Provider Program Number 036‐152‐13‐001‐L03‐P/T



 

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