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2017 IPA ANNUAL CONVENTION & EXPOSITION

Event Details

Start Date:  9/29/2017 8:00 AM EST
End Date:  10/1/2017 12:00 PM EST
Venue Name:  HYATT REGENCY HOTEL
Location:  ONE SOUTH CAPITOL AVE
   iNDIANAPOLIS, IN United States  46204
Organization Name: Indiana Pharmacists Association
Contact: CAROL S. DUNHAM
   Email: ipacarol@indianapharmacists.org
   Phone: 317-634-4968


2017 IPA ANNUAL CONVENTION
SEPTEMBER 29-30, OCTOBER 1


SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE

To see an overview of the times and dates of all events CLICK HERE.  For more details on CE information, please scroll down to see more in-depth descriptions of events. 

BUSINESS PARTNERS / EXHIBITORS
If you are an exhibitor, please CLICK HERE for display information and registration form. For exhibit floor map CLICK HERE. If you wish to pay online, please go to our IPA Store.  Registration form must also be submitted with contact.. Scan and email to ipacarol@indianapharmacists.org or fax to 317-632-1219.


REGISTRATION DETAILS

Earlybird registration ends on 8/4/17.  Regular rates begin 8/517, and "Last Minute" Onsite rates begin 9/29/17..

FULL DAY REGISTRATION
Full registration includes admission to all Friday, Saturday, and Sunday CPE programs, Friday Dinner in City, presentation materials, Exhibit Hall, meals and breaks. Registration excludes registration for Immunization Certification, President’s GALA, and PAC Luncheon.  *Non-member full registration includes 16 MONTH IPA membership thru December 31, 2018.

One day registration includes admission to CPE programs, presentation materials, Exhibit Hall (Friday), meals and breaks.*Non-member one-day rate includes 16 MONTH IPA membership thru December 31, 2018.  Excludes Friday Dinner in the City, Saturday Immunization Certification, Saturday's President's Reception and Banquet and PAC Luncheon.

FULL 2 1/2 DAY REGISTRATION RATES:

MEMBER                          By 9/2   By 9/25   Onsite
Pharmacist                      $299              $329       $359  _
Retired Pharmacist         $279              $309       $339 
PGY1&2 Resident           $144             $174       $204 
Student Pharmacist        $99                $109       $119         
Pharmacy Technician     $99                $109       $119  
 
NON-MEMBER- Includes Membership thru December 31, 2018
Pharmacist                      $459             $489       $519  
Retired Pharmacist         $439             $469       $499 
PGY1&2 Resident           $254            $284       $314  
Student Pharmacist        $124             $134       $144  
Pharmacy Technician     $124             $134       $144
Full registration includes admission to all Friday, Saturday, and Sunday CPE programs, Friday Dinner in City, presentation materials, Exhibit Hall, meals and breaks. Registration excludes registration for Immunization Certification, President’s Gala, and PAC Luncheon.

  
ONE DAY REGISTRATION RATES:

MEMBER                          By 9/2   By 9/25   Onsite
Pharmacist
Friday                                $165      $179      $199 
Saturday                           $165      $165      $199  
Sunday                             $75         $85        $95   
Retired Pharmacist
Friday                              $150       $160      $170
Saturday                          $150      $160       $170 
Sunday                             $75        $85        $95  
Student Pharmacist & Pharmacy Technician
Friday                                $49        $59         $69   
Saturday                           $49        $59         $69   _
Sunday                              $45        $65         $85  
   
 NON-MEMBER REGISTRATION INCLUDES MEMBERHSHIP THRU 12/31/2018

                                           By 9/2   By 9/25   Onsite
Pharmacist                  
Friday                                $355        $369      $389 
Saturday                           $355        $369       $389 
Sunday                              $279        $289       $305 
Retired Pharmacist        
Friday                               $150        $160        $170
Saturday                           $150        $160        $170  
Sunday                              $75          $85          $95   
Student Pharmacist & Pharmacy Techniciain
Friday                                $64          $84          $94
Saturday                            $64          $84          $94 
Sunday                              $50          $60          $70
**Non-member fees include IPA Membership thru December 31, 2018). Excludes Friday Dinner in City, Saturday PAC Luncheon, and
President’s GALA.

REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS
Refunds will be assessed a $15 administrative charge if request is received by September 22, 2017.  No refunds after that date.  A confirmation message will be sent electronically with each registration.

DINNER IN THE CITY Options
Indicate your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice in your registration for Friday Evening dinner which is included in Friday-Only and Full Convention Registration fees.  Each venue will offer select menu options and a cash bar. See below.

NADA – 11 W. Maryland St (317) 648-6232 – Upscale Mexican Cuisine
Escape the everyday at Nada in downtown Indianapolis. Our modern Mexican menu of tacos, enchiladas, and fried chicken is prepared in an open kitchen. Snag guacamole and salsa to share, or sip a house margarita, cocktail or local craft brew. Join the fiesta daily for lunch and dinner, plus weekend brunch.
 
PALOMINOS – 49 W. Maryland St (317) 974-0400 – Mediterranean Rotisserie
Palomino is a vibrant restaurant, bar, and rotisserie famous for its style, hardwood fired Mediterranean cooking and versatile, imaginative menu. Guests appreciate Palomino’s gracious hospitality and talented staff for their unsurpassed enthusiasm, friendliness, and skill. Palomino offers an experience that makes guests feel great at a pleasing value.

HARRY & IZZY’s – 153 S. Illinois St (317) 635-9594 – Upscale American Grill
Harry & Izzy's is an independent, upscale American Grill located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. Its ambiance exudes class and sophistication in a comfortable setting. While the lively bar is Harry & Izzy's focal point, unique dining rooms incorporate dark woods, lush fabrics and a deep color palette.This sister restaurant to the famous St. Elmo Steak House, shares a few classic dishes while offering more menu variety. 

PF CHANG China Bistro – 49 W. Maryland St (317) 974-5747 - Upscale Asian Cuisine NO LONGER AVAILABLE
The P.F. Chang's experience is a unique combination of Chinese cuisine, attentive service, wine, and tempting desserts all served in a stylish, high-energy bistro. At P.F. Chang's we are committed to providing our guests with an exceptional dining experience every time they walk through our doors. Whether creating custom sauces tableside, guiding guests through the menu or suggesting dishes to enhance your meal, our friendly, knowledgeable service staff and attention to detail are a winning combination.


Limited seating at each restaurant, first come, first served.  Bring your spouse or friends! (Restaurants may change prior to September 29,2017).
 

PAC LUNCHEON
Minimum suggested contribution for the PAC luncheon is $50 per person.  Please write a separate check payable to "IPAC".

REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS
Refunds will be assessed a $15 administrative charge if request is received by September 22, 2017.  No refunds after that date.  A confirmation message will be sent electronically with each registration

HOTEL RESERVATION INFORMATION
Single/Double Occupancy ……………..$159 / Reservations: 317-632-1234
Please identify that you are with Indiana Pharmacists Alliance to get discounted rate. 
Please make reservations by August 28, 2017.  After this date, the room block will be released.
Check In:  3:00 pm Check Out:  12:00 pm unless other arrangements have been made.
Hotel has luggage storage for early or late departing guests.


CONVENTION AT A GLANCE


 





                                                               
Friday - 2:30 – 3:30pm               
PHARMACY SCHOOL COMPETITION:
OTC & SELF-CARE CHALLENGE (1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-015-L04-P
SPONSORED BY CONSUMER HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS

Moderator: Cindi Koh-Knox, PharmD                                          
Purdue College of Pharmacy, W. Lafayette IN

Team Captains: 
Purdue - Pat Nelson
Butler - Jake Pollard
Manchester- Brooke Vonada
 
Description:  RULES OF THE GAME 
The questions from each of the two rounds are organized into five categories of
questions and five questions per category. Twenty minutes will be provided for each
round of questions.   Questions are worth varying amounts of points and the difficulty
level of the question usually corresponds with the increasing point values. Point
values will double in Round 2. All questions are related to Over-the-Counter medications
and Self-Care treatments. After time is up in Round 2, there will be a FINAL QUESTION.
Teams will be able to wager any amount of their total accumulated points
on the FINAL QUESTION. 

Learning Objectives:
1. Identify and explain aspects of the effective and safe practice of pharmacy self-care treatment.
2. Describe at least two OTC and prescription medication interactions that pharmacists should be aware of.
3. Identify counseling points for at least three OTC medications.                                                 
 
Friday - 3:30 – 5:30pm                
EXPOSITION HALL – Vendor Displays featuring 
new products & innovative
services. Look for 
Giveaways, Games and Excitement!
 
Friday - 5:30 – 7:00pm                
INDIANA COLLEGES OF PHARMACY DEAN’S RECEPTION

 
Friday - 7:00 – 9:00pm               
DINNER IN THE CITY

 
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2017

Saturday - 7:30 – 8:00am            
REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN


Saturday - 7:00 – 8:00am            
PAST PRESIDENT’S BREAKFAST (Invitation Only)


Saturday - 7:00 – 8:00am            
ACADEMY NETWORKING CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
                                              
IACP (Community), ISHP (Health-System), IASP (Specialty Pharmacy)                                             


Saturday - 8:00 – 5:00pm            
PHARMACY-BASED IMMUNIZATION CERTIFICATION

(15.0 hrs self-study and 8.0 hrs live) Full Day Track
(Separate fee and registration required on IPA homepage).
 
APhA is a provider of continuing pharmacy education credit. 
 
Saturday - 8:00 – 9:30am            
CLINICAL PEARLS (1.5 hr/.15 CEUs)

ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-016-L04-P
 
Moderator:  To be confirmed
Presenters:  Indiana PGY2 Pharmacy Residents
 
Description: Pharmacists and Technicians need to be aware of the optimal use of new
treatment modalities and the utilization of older therapeutic options in new clinical
situations.  Learn quick, practical tips that can be incorporated into your pharmacy
practice.  

Learning Objectives
1. Describe medication management methods for unique pharmacotherapy situations.
2. Discuss new clinical information that can be applied to the work environment.
3. Identify novel clinical practice options to improve patient care.      
 
Saturday - 9:45 – 10:45am  
[Track 1 - Session 1]      
STUDENT ACTIVITY: CAREER EXPERTS PANEL (Non CE)


Speakers:  Panel 4-5
IPA New Practitioner Council – To be confirmed
 
Description:  The IPA New Practitioners Council will host a career experts panel for our
student pharmacists attendees.
 
Saturday - 9:45 - 10:45am           
{Track 1 - Session 2]
2017 INDIANA PHARMACISTS LEGISLATIVE WINS
(1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-017-L03-P;  0120-0000-17-017-L03-T
 
Speakers:  John Hertig, PharmD                                                      
Assoc Dir of Center for Medication Safety Advancement
Purdue College of Pharmacy, Indianapolis IN

William Keown, Esq., JD                                                                 
Lobbyist, Indiana Pharmacists
KWK Management – Zionsville IN
 
Description:  This session showcases our outstanding and progressive 2017 Indiana legislative
wins for pharmacy.  Learn about the implementation of our five progressive pharmacy bills
during the 2017 legislative session and became effective July 1, 2017. 
Don’t miss this critical session!
 
Learning Objectives:
1.Identify key 2017 Indiana pharmacy laws.
2.Identify the impact of key bills on the practice of pharmacy in Indiana.
2.Discuss potential 2018 Indiana pharmacy legislation.
 
Saturday - 10:45 - 11:45am         
STATE OF INDIANA BOARD OF PHARMACY LAW UPDATE
(1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-018-L03-P; 
0120-0000-17-018-L03-T
 
Speaker: Darren Covington, JD, IBP Director
Indiana Board of Pharmacy

Description:  Our speaker will present information regarding recent changes to Indiana
Laws/Rules, and will review commonly asked questions about existing laws/rules.  This
session is a must for all pharmacists who want to stay up-to-date on legislative and regulatory changes impacting the practice of pharmacy.  This program qualifies for Indiana jurisprudence CPE credit for pharmacists and technicians. 
 
Learning Objectives:
1. Identify recent changes in state and federal laws and rules, which impact pharmacy
practice.
2. Describe the effect of recent changes in laws and rules on his/her specific practice of
pharmacy.
3. State commonly asked questions about existing pharmacy laws and rules.
 
Saturday - 11:50am – 1:00pm      
INDIANA POLITICAL ACTION 
COMMITTEE LUNCHEON (Non CE)
(Separate fee – suggested PAC Donation $ 50)
                                                                                                   
Speakers: Buddy Carter, RPh.
US House Representative, Georgia - District 1
IN Senator Ronald Grooms, RPh, Indianapolis IN         
IN House Rep. John Davisson, RPh., Salem IN
William Keown, Esq., JD., KWK Management
Indianapolis IN
      
Description: Join pharmacy legislative leaders for a discussion of key federal and state
pharmacy legislation.  Meet and influence pharmacy legislation for 2018 and beyond.  
Proceeds from this luncheon will be deposited into our Indiana PAC fund, which is used
to promote pharmacy campaigns.
 
Saturday - 11:50am – 1:00pm      
LUNCH – on your own if not attending the 
PAC luncheon listed above.
 
Saturday - 1:00 - 2:30pm                
[Track 2 - Session 1]
MANAGEMENT OF DIR FEES AND PAYER’S 
PERSPECTIVES ON
SPECIALTY PHARMACEUTICALS
(1.5 hr/.15 CEUs)    
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-019-L04-P
 
Speaker:  Valerie Fortin                                                                   
Sr. Director, PBM Relations
McKesson Access Health, Columbus OH

Description:  This session provides an overview Direct and Indirect Remuneration (DIR) fees, including
the definition, background, how to calculate DIR, how to accrue for DIR collections, and how to lower
your DIR fees based on pharmacy performance, ultimately increasing your pharmacy reimbursement.
Our speaker will address payers’ perspectives for managing specialty pharmaceuticals, payer trends
and specialty definitions.

Learning Objectives:
1. Recall the history of Direct and Indirect Remuneration (DIR) fees
2. Discuss methods to prepare for DIRs fees
3. Discuss how performance impacts reimbursement
4. List options to improve pharmacy performance
5. Recognize that “specialty” can be a very broad definition
6. Review various specialty dispensing locations
7. Discuss perspective on the PBM/Plan Sponsor relationship as it relates to network design and
industry trends.
 
Saturday - 1:00 – 2:30pm
{Track 2 - Session 2]
INNOVATIVE RESIDENCY PROGRAMS - LEADING PRACTICE 
CHANGE (1.5 hr/.15 CEUs) 
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-021-L04-P
 
Speakers:  Carrie Morton, PharmD;
Tate Trujillo, PharmD, Preceptors
Deaconness Health-System, Evansville IN
 
Description:  Pharmacist Preceptors will learn how innovative Residency programs in Indiana are
strengthening and growing their programs. 

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss three key factors that must be considered when starting or expanding a residency
program.                                                                                           
2. Discuss strategies for residency program recruitment.
3. Describe an innovative idea that can be incorporated into a residency program.
 
Saturday= 1:00 – 2:30pm               
[Track 2 - Session 3]
BIOSIMILARS 101 (1.5 hrs/.15CEUs)

ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-020-L04-P;
0120-0000-17-020-L04-T
 
Speaker: Joe Jordan, PharmD, BCPS                                            
Drug Information Specialist
IU Health Center for Medication Management
Indianapolis IN
 
Description:  Many of today’s most important pharmaceuticals are biologicals. Treatment with
these drug products can be life changing , but the financial cost to the patient and/or society
often exceeds $10,000 annually.  The growth of the financial costs of pharmaceutical care has
been slowed over the last 50 years by the increasing use of generic drugs for manufactured
pharmaceutical products. Now, two new classes of biological products are entering the health
care field. Biological products are interchangeable biological products are [often] lower cost
versions of biological pharmaceuticals already approved by the FDA and entering active use in
healthcare. Today’s pharmacist must have an understanding of the benefits and limitations of
this group of products that are currently in active use or in the FDA approval process.

Learning Objectives: 
1. Discuss differences between generic, biosimilar and interchangeable biosimilar drugs.
2. Discuss the history of biosimilars and interchangeable biosimilars.
3. Describe the development of these pharmaceuticals.
4. Explain the FDA approval process for these pharmaceuticals
5. Discuss the Federal and State regulations for these pharmaceuticals
6. Identify the pharmacist’s role in the introduction of these pharmaceuticals into current
treatments. 
 
Saturday - 2:45 – 3:45pm
[Track 3 - Session 1]
HEALTH-SYSTEM SPECIALTY PHARMACY OPPORTUNITIES (1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-022-L04-P; 0120-0000-17-022-L04-T
 
Speakers: Dawn Moore, PharmD, MS, FACHE
Vice President and CPO of Pharmacy
IU Health Indianapolis IN
 
Chris Lowe, PharmD, BCPS
Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
IU Health, Indianapolis IN
 
Patrick Sorgen, PharmD
Clinical Coordinator, Specialty Pharmacy
IU Health, Indianapolis IN
 
Description:  Pharmacists and Technicians will learn the opportunities, elements for success,
and challenges in developing specialty drug products and services. 

Learning Objectives:
1. Identify the opportunities available in specialty pharmacy. 
2. Identify the key elements of success and steps to implement a specialty drug service.
3. Describe the patient services that need to be delivered for safety, compliance and optimal
patient care
4) Identify current issues and challenges in payment for specialty drug products.
 
Saturday - 2:45 – 3:45pm                
[Track 3 - Session 2]
MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING TO MAXIMIZE MTM
DELIVERY (1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-023-L04-P; 0120-0000-17-023-L04-T
 
Speakers:
Kierstan Etheridge, PharmD                                                   
Manchester Univ College of Pharmacy, Fort Wayne IN

Jason Isch, PharmD                                                                
Saint Joseph Health System, Mishawaka IN
 
Tracy Brooks, PharmD                                                           
Manchester Univ College of Pharmacy, Fort Wayne IN

Description:   Sharpen your pharmacy team’s patient communication style to maximize
Medication Therapeutic Management outcomes by implementing motivational interviewing. 

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe the directing, guiding and following communications style
2. Describe the four processes of motivational interviewing
3. Discuss using OARS, agenda mapping, asking evocative questions, and goal attainment
scaling.
 
Saturday - 2:45 – 3:45pm                 
[Track 3 - Session 3]
STUDENT & YOUNG PRACTITIONER ACTIVITY:
FINANCIAL COACHING
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-024-L04-P
 
Speaker: Jason Wilderson, Financial Advisor
Northwestern Mutual Field Director
Butler University, Indianapolis IN
               
Description:  Young pharmacists and students are invited to learn how they can
strengthen their financial plan to achieve their personal financial goals. 

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss areas of financial responsibility and planning when coming into a significant
salary increase.
2. Discuss various ways to save and invest to ensure future financial security.
3. Describe several retirement and family planning funds/accounts.
 
Saturday - 4:00 – 5:00pm
[Track 4 - Session 1]
INDIANA INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FORUM 2017 (1.0 hr/10 CEUs))
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-025-L04-P
 
Speakers:  Speaker(s):  Panel 3-5 To be confirmed
Potential Panel:

Denise Fields (diabetes), Greg Winn (telepharmacy),
Sam Anderegg who have innovative practices.  
Check Beth McCarthy (MTM) and

Tate Trujillo (health system, specialty pharmacy) 
 
Description:  Innovative practices and services in Indiana will be showcased to help pharmacists
initiate or expand novel services and approaches in their own practice. Practitioners from a
variety of practice sites will present examples and share successful implementation strategies  
and methods for overcoming barriers to offer patient-centered services.

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe innovative pharmacy practice models in Indiana
2. Identify how individual pharmacy practices and practitioners are expanding patient care services
3. Describe the successes and challenges of these programs including their financial viability and
 impact on outcome measures.
4. Identify the ideas, opportunities and resources to enhance his/her own pharmacy practice.
 
Saturday - 4:00- 5:00pm
[Track 4 - Session 2]
HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE CHANGES AND ADVANCING

THE ROLE OF PHARMACY TECHNICIANS  (1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-026-L04-P; 0120-0000-17-026-L04-T
 
Speakers:  Rick Hillbom, RPh, PharmD, MS, MBA, FACHE
Associate Director of Strategic Alliances
Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PCTB), Washington DC
 
Miriam Mobley Smith, PharmD, FASHP                 
Director, Strategic Alliances
Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB), Washington DC
 
Description:  Technicians are critical to the advancement of pharmacy in hospital, community
and out-patient settings.  Learn how pharmacy can leverage technicians in operations, sterile
compounding, purchasing and informatics.

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe national landscape and expanded roles for pharmacy technicians.
2. Identify the differences in technician education and licensing requirements across the state
 regulatory boards
3. Describe the potential for enhanced patient care, patient safety, and technician
accountability through technician accredited education, licensure, and certification
4. Discuss pharmacists and technician viewpoints on technician education, training, and
certification. 
 
Saturday - 4:00 – 5:00pm                  
STUDENT ACTIVITY (NO CE):  TBD

STUDENT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
 
Saturday - 5:00 - 6:30pm                   
Reception and Escape Room Challenge


Saturday - 6:30 – 9:30pm                  
PRESIDENT’S GALA – THE GREAT GATSBY THEME

Cash Bar, Silent Auction to benefit PEF, featuring pharmacy memorabilia, sports items, entertainment tickets, and lots more! Dessert Reception, Music & Fun!
 
SUNDAY – OCTOBER 1, 2017
Sunday - 7:30 – 8:00am
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN

Sunday - 8:00 – 9:00am                    
HEALTHCARE REFORM: 2018 (1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)

ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-027-L04-P; 0120-0000-17-027-L04-T
 
Speaker: TBD                                       
 
Description:  ObamaCare is under attack by House Republicans.  How will the Trump
administration impact Obamacare and how might it impact the practice of pharmacy.

Learning Objectives:
1. Recognize key differences between previous healthcare plans (with a focus on ACA)
and health plans currently being drafted a/o passed.
2. Describe the impact that these differences will have on current practice.
3. Discuss preparation for transition between two national health care plans.
 
Sunday - 9:15 – 10:45am
[Track 5 - Session 1]
EMERGING PAYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR

PHARMACISTS- VALUE BASED PAYMENTS (1.5 hr/.15 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-028-L04-P
 
Speaker: To be confirmed
Beth McCarty (Caresource)
                                                                                 
Description:  Pharmacy service payment opportunities are emerging across the U.S.
and in Indiana.  Learn how innovative Indiana pharmacists can secure payment for
medication therapy management.   

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss basic knowledge on billing techniques available
2. Describe primary care payment reform in Indiana
3. Recognize how to leverage value-based payments to initiate or expand pharmacy
services.

Sunday - 9:15 – 10:45am                
[Track 5 - Session 2]
COMMUNITY PHARMACY ALTERNATIVE
REVENUE SOURCES (1.5 hr/.15 CEUs)
ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-029-L04-P
 
Speakers:  To be confirmed
Moderator: JD Faulkner, 1-2 presenters 
Joe Moose, Community Pharmacy Health Network
Chris Johnson, Jerry Fagen
 
Description: Join the discussion on innovative revenue-generating opportunities in
community pharmacy. 

Learning Objectives:
1. List the various ways community and independent pharmacies can increase their revenue
sources including but not limited to point-of-care testing, pharmacogenomic testing, health
screenings, transition of care, and smoking cessation.
2. Discuss implementation techniques of various revenue generators in community and
independent pharmacies.
3. Discuss barriers related to increasing revenue and implementation of new revenue sources.

Sunday - 10:45 – 11:45am         
NEW DRUG UPDATE - 2017 (1.0 hr/.10 CEUs)

ACPE UAN:  0120-0000-17-030-L04-P
 
Speaker: Kimberly Beck, PharmD                                
Butler University College of Pharmacy
Indianapolis IN
 
Description:  New drug products that impact current therapy guidelines or are innovative
approaches to current treatment are continually released to the market.  These include
 pharmacogenomic and specialty medications. This program will review the pharmacology
and therapeutics of the prescription medications released in the past year; their,
clinical applications, drug interactions, adverse effects and toxicities; and important patient
counseling information.  
                                                                                                                        
Learning Objectives:
1. Describe the pharmacology and therapeutics of the drugs presented that were released
 to market within the past year
2. State the indications and clinical applications of the medications presented
3. Identify the most common adverse effects, toxicities, and significant drug-drug
 interactions reported with these medications
4. Discuss important patient counseling information on these medications.
 
Sunday - 11:45am
Closing Remarks – Adjournment of 2017 IPA Annual Convention & Expo

The Pharmacy Education Foundation (PEF) is accredited by the
Accreditation Council on Pharmacy Education a provider of continuing
 pharmacy education.  Activity type:  All activities at this convention are
 Knowledge-based activities.  Please contact IPA at (317) 634-4968 if
 you have questions regarding CPE credit.
To receive credit, participants must complete the sign-in sheet, attend
each activity in its entirety and complete the ONLINE EVALUATION WITHIN ONE WEEK
following the activity.  Late evaluations may incur an additional $5 processing fee. Statements
of Credit will be posted to the online NABP/ACPE CPE Monito within four (4) weeks after the
activity.  Total Available ACPE Credit Hours: 15.5 Hours

 

Online Registration

Registration is Closed
Closed:   9/28/2017 9:00 AM


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