2012 Annual Meeting Pre-Meeting Workshop Preview

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2012 Annual Meeting Pre-Meeting Workshop Preview. ment Health Clin 2012;1(7):21. Available at: http://cpnp.org/resource/mhc/2012/01/2012-annual-meeting-pre-meeting-workshop-preview. Accessed December 18, 2014.

CPNP’s 2011 Annual Meeting keynote speaker Linda Strand, PharmD, PhD, provided a motivating, can-do view of healthcare reform legislation and the opportunities available to pharmacists. This quarter’s complimentary CPNP University member product, Seizing the MTM Opportunity: What Psychiatric Pharmacists Need To Know, is a recording of that session available for 1 hour of ACPE credit.

Strand (back by popular demand) rejoins us at the 2012 CPNP Annual Meeting offering her popular day-long, hands-on MTM Boot Camp focused on growing your role as a neuropsychiatric pharmacist within the new health care system.

CPNP Pre-Meeting Workshop: MTM Boot Camp
The Business of Patient Care: Incorporating Comprehensive Medication
Management (MTM) into your Practice

Sunday, April 29, 7:30 a.m.-11:15 a.m. and 1:30-5:15 p.m.                                

Tampa Marriott Waterside, Tampa, Florida
ACPE and CME Approved for 7.0 Contact Hours (Application Level Programming)

Beginning with an update on the health care system, the emphasis will be on the role of the pharmacist in the new organizational structures of the medical home and accountable care organizations. The program will detail what payers want from pharmacists who wish to provide medication management services. Keys to defining your service, recruiting patients, demonstrating your value, charging for your services and expanding your service will all be demonstrated. 

This workshop will provide critical information to pharmacists in all practice settings. You will get important questions answered and understand what changes are needed to achieve and maintain a successful practice. You will also have the opportunity to learn from individuals in the private sector who have experience in delivering medication management services. Join us with the goal of making your service even more successful in 2012.


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