Quality Payment Program Resources for Pharmacists

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Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreements: Who, What, Why & How

This free webinar teaches pharmacists about collaborative practice agreements, suggests how to establish these agreements, and includes sample language, practical considerations and more. The coursework is available until October 2021 and is sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations and the American Pharmacists Association.

White Paper: Using an Enhanced Service Model in Community Pharmacies to Reduce Adverse Drug Event-Related Readmissions

Telligen strives to deliver high-quality innovative analytic support to partners by leveraging our internal subject matter expertise. We are able to visualize healthcare transformation and capture data to support the vision. In recent years, Telligen began supporting the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Service Network (CPESN®) through the Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) program. By strategically …

Iowa Pharmacy Association ChargeUp call

Watch this Iowa Pharmacy Association presentation with Telligen’s Medication Safety Program Managers Katy Brown and Rachel Digmann for an overview of healthcare quality improvement, information and practical strategies to implement quality assurance at the pharmacy level, and strategies for pharmacies to partner with other community healthcare providers.

Pharmacy Health Information Technology Collaborative Response to Medicare Program: Calendar Year 2018 Updates to the Quality Payment Program and Extreme and Uncontrollable Circumstances Policy for the Transition Year

This document includes Pharmacy Health Information Technology Collaborative comments submitted to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services January 2018 regarding updates to the Quality Payment Program.

STEADI: The Pharmacist’s Role in Older Adult Fall Prevention

STEADI offers training and resources to help healthcare providers put fall prevention strategies into practice, offered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Click here to access the link.

STEADI: The Pharmacist’s Role in Older Adult Fall Prevention

STEADI offers training and resources to help healthcare providers put fall prevention strategies into practice, offered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Click here to access the link.

Chronic Care Management (CMM): An Overview for Pharmacists

American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and two QIN-QIOs teamed to create this guide for pharmacists to help with Chronic Care Management (CCM) implementation.

Health Literacy Tools for Providers of Medication Therapy Management

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has released health literacy tools to help improve communication with MTM patients including information on teach-back method, explicit prescription instructions, pill cards, follow-up, and more.

Chronic Care Management Services: New Connected Care Materials

New chronic care management resources have been posted on the Connected Care website.

Morse Fall Scale

The Morse Fall Scale (MFS) is a rapid and simple method of assessing a patient’s likelihood of falling. It consists of six variables that are quick and easy to score, and it has been shown to have predictive validity and inter-rater reliability. The MFS is used widely in acute care settings, both in the hospital …

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