Best Practices for Medication Management
CE Title: Best Practices Recommendations for Pharmacists to Implement Medication Management Practices in Health-Systems and Community Pharmacies
Speakers: Grace M. Kuo, PharmD, MPH, PhD & Christina Mnatzaganian, PharmD
Educational Goals Statement: The goal is to identify or describe the best practices recommendations for pharmacists to implement medication management practices in health-systems and community pharmacies.
Learning Objectives: As a result of this class, the participant will be able to
1. Describe the Live Well San Diego project and the pharmacist’s role related to the project
2. Summarize current practices in San Diego for medication management by pharmacists in health-systems
3. Determine best practices recommendations for pharmacists to implement medication management in health-systems
4. Summarize current practices in San Diego for medication management by pharmacists in community pharmacy settings
5. Determine best practices recommendations for pharmacists to implement medication management in community pharmacy settings
6. Adapt best practices recommendations in health systems and community pharmacy settings
Bibliography of reading materials or list of resources for further study:
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