This webinar series provides pharmacies with information they need to more successfully undertake the accreditation process. With the potential for increased revenue upon achieving accreditation, coupled with an increase in third parties requesting or requiring accreditation, understanding the steps and effort involved is recommended before making the time and financial investment in obtaining accreditation.
This series will focus on accreditation for community pharmacy.
Session One will introduce attendees to the concept of accreditation and outline the purpose and benefits of accreditation. We’ll identify the major pharmacy accrediting bodies, review the standards and discuss the major steps in the accreditation process.
Session Two will build on the knowledge gained in Session One. Attendees will learn what is required to comply with accreditation standards, including regulatory licensing, personnel requirements, physical environment and technology, prescription processing and dispensing, confidentiality and patient communications and crisis planning.
Session Three – Community Pharmacy Practice will introduce attendees to the various types of patient care programs, including the overall accreditation requirements for patient care programs. We’ll then delve into the specific requirements for each patient care program. That is followed by a discussion on quality programs – what is a quality program, what are the components of quality programs and the data associated with a quality program.
At the completion of this series, attendees will be able to:
- Define accreditation and list the purpose and benefits of accreditation
- Identify major accreditation organizations
- State accreditation standards
- Outline the major steps in the accreditation process
- Outline the requirements for compliance to the accreditation standards
- Define various types of patient care programs
- Describe the general accreditation requirements for patient care programs
- Identify specific requirements for each patient care program
- Define and describe a pharmacy quality program and its differences
- Describe how data gathered by a quality program is acted upon
- Laura Topor, President, Granada Health
- Denise Frank, Principal, Frank Consulting
Continuing Pharmacy Education
The California Pharmacists Association (#0113) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Upon completing an evaluation form, participants will be awarded 3.25 hours (0.325 CEUs) of Continuing Pharmacy Education Credit. A statement of credit will not be issued. Participants may log onto the CPE monitor website using their individual log in to download their statement of credit. Please allow 4 weeks for processing of CPE credits to the CPE monitor. UAN: 0113-0000-17-049-H04-P
Activity Type: Knowledge-based
Target Audience: Pharmacists, pharmacy technicians
What to Expect After Registration
After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing instructions on how to access this series.
***No cancellations or refunds will be issued once user login information has been sent. Unfortunately, due to the online format of this program we are unable to offer exceptions to this policy. It’s recommend that each registrant review the course content prior to submitting payment to ensure the content meets individual educational needs. User has 30 days to complete the on-demand program from registration. If you have questions regarding course content or cancellation policy please contact CPhA at (916) 779-4524.