Join us for the September Webinars from the Georgia Clinical Transformation Team!

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Registration is now open for the Georgia Clinical Transformation Team’s

TWO September webinars:

Medication Reconciliation and Medication Adherence

AND

Exploring Pharmacists’ Role in a Changing Healthcare

Environment

Registration: Please follow this link to register.

Date & Time: Wednesday, September 23 – 12:30-1pm ET – Medication Reconciliation and Medication Adherence

Wednesday, September 30 – 12:30-1pm ET – Exploring Pharmacists’ Role in a Changing Healthcare Environment

Webinar Objectives:

Medication Reconciliation and Medication Adherence

  • Understand how and when to perform medication reconciliation to keep patients safe
  • Learn factors that impact patient adherence to medication regimens
  • Identify tools and resources to assist patients in managing medications

Exploring Pharmacists’ Role in a Changing Healthcare Environment

  •  Review the premises of PCMH and MTM
  •  Illustrate care and services pharmacists are currently providing
  •  Review the evidence and roles for team-based care specific to cardiovascular outcomes
  • Propose fundamentals to implement collaborative practice focusing on pharmacist-provider teams

These webinars are part of a monthly series of 30-minute webinars focused on quality improvement in your practice brought to you by the Georgia Clinical Transformation Team (GCT2). GCT2 partners include Alliant Quality, DCH Medicaid, GA-HITEC, GAFP, Georgia DPH, GAPHC, Georgia Chapter of ACP, GHA, and MAG.

Presenters:

Medication Reconciliation and Medication Adherence

Exploring Pharmacists’ Role in a Changing Healthcare Environment

Adrienne Mims, MD MPH FAAFP, AGSF

Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Medicare Quality Improvement

Alliant Quality

Shana M. Scott, JD, MPH

Health Systems Project Manager

Chronic Disease Prevention Section

Georgia Department of Public Health

&

Andrea L. McKeever, Pharm.D., BCPS

Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice

Director, Drug Information Center and Residency Program

School of Pharmacy, South University

All interested stakeholders are welcome, so please feel free to share this information. If you have any questions, please contact Angela Flanigan at aflanigan@gafp.org or 404-321-7445.