MSHP Annual Meeting - Oct. 27, 2017

2017 MSHP Annual Meeting

2017
October 27
Fri October 27,2017 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


The Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Annual Meeting will be held Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, at the Kellogg Hotel and  Conference Center, 219 S. Harrison, East Lansing, MI 48823.

Held each fall, the Annual Meeting offers up to six hours of live continuing education credit. Programming is geared toward health-system pharmacists, residents, pharmacy technicians and student pharmacists, and tracks focus on clinical, leadership management and residency topics as well as other general areas of pharmacy practice. In addition to continuing education programs, the event offers the annual MSHP Town Hall Meeting to officially install Board members into office and recognize volunteers and award recipients, a   clinical skills competition for students and an exhibit hall to provide attendees with a chance to exchange ideas and learn about new products and services.

 

 

Registration

 

Register online or print the ​registration form and return by fax, email or mail to: MSHP 408 Kalamazoo Plaza, Lansing, MI 48933. Early-bird registrations will be accepted via Internet, mail, phone or fax until 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 18, 2017. Registrations received after 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 18 will be considered an onsite registration and will not be processed until registration opens onsite on Oct. 27. Onsite registrations will be accepted, but pre-registration is highly encouraged so that MPA can plan on your participation.


 

Agenda

 

7:30-8:30 a.m. – Registration Open, Continental Breakfast
Once registered, attendees and exhibitors can network over a cup of coffee and light refreshments.

8 a.m.-1:45 p.m. – Clinical Skills Competition
A team from each Michigan college of pharmacy will create a written pharmacist’s care plan. Closed session.

8:30-10 a.m. – Keynote Session
Population Health: Where are We and Where are We Headed?
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-220-L04-P and #0112-0000-17-220-L04-T; Audience: Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Student Pharmacists
Scott J. Knoer, Pharm.D., chief pharmacy officer, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio and Nadia Haque, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacy specialist, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich.
Pharmacist Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to discuss population health management strategies related to medication use, describe how pharmacists can tie their practice to population health management initiatives across the pharmacy enterprise, identify health systems in Michigan participating in population health initiatives, describe specific population health programs with improved patient and financial outcomes across Michigan and discuss pharmacists’ roles in population health strategies at Michigan health systems.

Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to discuss population health management strategies related to medication use, describe how pharmacy technicians’ work is related to population health management initiatives across the pharmacy enterprise Identify health systems in Michigan participating in population health initiatives, describe specific population health programs with improved patient and financial outcomes across Michigan and discuss pharmacists’ roles in population health strategies at Michigan health systems.

10-10:15 a.m. – Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall
Attendees and exhibitors can enjoy a quick refreshment and networking opportunity.

10:15-10:45 a.m. – Town Hall Meeting
All registrants are encouraged to attend this business meeting to witness Board members and officers being officially sworn in as members of the MSHP Board of Directors, recognize committee chairs for their efforts over the year and congratulate award recipients.

10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. – General Session
It's O.N.! Where are we at with Opioids and Naloxone?
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-221-L01-P and #0112-0000-17-221-L01-T; Audience: Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Student Pharmacists
Susan DeVuyst-Miller, Pharm.D., associate professor, Ferris State University College of Pharmacy, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to explain the role of opioid medications, describe the symptoms of and risk factors for opioid overdose, discuss the role of naloxone in preventing accidental prescription overdose and discuss state and local opioid task force progress and recommendations.

12:15-1:45 p.m. – Lunch with Exhibitors
Attendees and exhibitors will come together for a sit-down lunch that will provide another networking opportunity. Winners of the clinical skills competition will be announced, the MSHP President’s Award will be presented, and the exhibitor challenge prize drawing will also occur.

12:15-1:45 p.m. – Residency Lunch
This is a networking opportunity for residents, preceptors and residency directors. Invitation only.

1-2 p.m. – Director’s Workshop
Directors of pharmacy will come together for an information sharing workshop. Invitation only.

1:45-3:15 p.m. – Clinical Track
Updates in Oral Anticoagulation: An Evidence-based Review
1.5 contact hours; Application-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-222-L01-P and #0112-0000-17-222-L01-T; Audience: Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Student Pharmacists
Mona Ali, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacy specialist, Beaumont Hospital, Franklin, Mich. and Jenna M. Holzhausen, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacy specialist, clinical care, Beaumont Hospital, Milford, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to describe pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics characteristics of the direct oral anticoagulation (DOACs), evaluate the literature regarding DOAC use in special populations and discuss options for oral anticoagulant reversal in patients with acute major bleeding.

1:45-3:15 p.m. – Leadership/Management Track
USP 800 Gap Analysis: Lessons Learned
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-223-L04-P and #0112-0000-17-223-L04-T; Audience: Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Student Pharmacists
Jassu Dulai, Pharm.D., assistant director of pharmacy, Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe, Mich.
Pharmacist Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to identify new regulations for hazardous drugs as mandated by USP 800 Standards, describe barriers for compliance to USP 800 Standards and discuss strategies for closing the gap in noncompliance.

Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to identify the purpose of USP 800 Standards, describe common areas of noncompliance to standards and list strategies to meet compliance to standards.

1:45-3:15 p.m. – Residency Program Track
Preceptor Pearls: New Practitioner Transitions and Self-Assessment Skills
1.5 contact hours; Application-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-224-L04-P and #0112-0000-17-224-L04-T; Audience: Pharmacists, Student Pharmacists (This activity is not intended for pharmacy technicians.)
Nancy MacDonald, Pharm.D., BCPS, FASHP, transition of care coordinator and pharmacy resident on-call program coordinator, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich., and Nicolas P. Torney, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacist, infectious diseases, Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, Mich. 

Pharmacist Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to examine difficulties in evaluating self-assessment skills, create a plan to improve self-assessment skills, describe the challenges associated with transitioning from student to resident to preceptor and identify resources to develop and maintain preceptor skills.

Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to examine difficulties in evaluating self-assessment skills, create a plan to improve self-assessment skills, describe the basic principles of building and conducting a learning experience and identify resources to develop and maintain preceptor skills.

2:15-4:45 p.m. – Reverse Exhibitor Program
Registered exhibitor representatives will have the opportunity to have a one-on-one discussion with key pharmacy decision makers about product and company information. Invitation only.

3:15-3:30 p.m. – Refreshment Break
Attendees will have the opportunity to take a brief break from activities.

3:30-5 p.m. – Clinical Track
Clinical Updates: Infectious Diseases, Pulmonary Hypertension and Oncology and Hematology
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-225-L01-P and #0112-0000-17-225-L01-T; Audience: Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Student Pharmacists
Susan L. Davis, Pharm.D., clinical associate professor of pharmacy practice, Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Detroit, Bernard L. Marini, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacist specialist, inpatient hematology, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Mich. and Nisha Patel, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacist, internal medicine, Henry Ford Hospital, Royal Oak, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to discuss the mechanism of action of newly approved targeted agents and immunotherapies in hematology/oncology, list the key side effects of newly approved agents in hematology/oncology and outline a management plan for a patient experiencing an immune-related adverse effect due to a checkpoint inhibitor therapy. Participants should also be able to describe contemporary, oral pharmacotherapies for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), recognize the important steps in securing medication access to PAH therapies to facilitate transitions of care, describe advantages and disadvantages of new antimicrobials and identify their place in therapy and identify current trends in antimicrobial use, resistance and stewardship.

3:30-5 p.m. – Leadership/Management Track
Chance Favors the Prepared Mind: Initial Experiences on How to Approach a Joint Commission Antimicrobial Stewardship Survey
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-226-L04-P and #0112-0000-17-226-L04-T; Audience: Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Student Pharmacists
Ryan P. Mynatt, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacist specialist, infectious diseases, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit Medical Center, Royal Oak, Mich. and Christine N. Yost, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacy specialist, infectious diseases, Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to describe and discuss the Elements of Performance with the Joint Commission (JC) Standards for Antimicrobial Stewardship Program assessments, explain how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Core Elements of stewardship have been applied in real-life assessments and review "real-life" examples of surveyor interactions and their implications.

3:30-5 p.m. – Residency Program Track
Maximizing Mentorship in the Profession of Pharmacy
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-17-227-L04-P and #0112-0000-17-227-L04-T; Audience: Pharmacists (This activity is not intended for pharmacy technicians or student pharmacists.)
Daniel J. Lobb, BS.Pharm., pharmacist. Walgreens, and representative, Wayne County Pharmacists Association, Westland, Mich., Richard L. Lucarotti, Pharm.D., professor, Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Detroit, Mich. and Joshua Raub, Pharm.D., Clinical Pharmacist Specialist-Internal Medicine; Assistant Program Director-PGY1 Pharmacy Residency, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to identify individuals and areas of practice to develop or expand mentor relationships, recognize the importance and value of professional component organizations, identify barriers to professional involvement and review the history of mentorship and its role in professional development and its importance within the profession of pharmacy.

5 p.m. – Adjourn

Intended Audience

This event was designed specifically for health-system pharmacists, residents, pharmacy technicians and student pharmacists.

Location and Hotel Accomodations

The Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Annual Meeting will be held at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, located at 219 South Harrison Road in East Lansing, Mich. A special overnight room rate of $116, plus tax, has been extended to those attending the MSHP Annual Meeting. Call the Kellogg Center and Conference Center at (517) 432-3086 by Sept. 26, 2017, to make reservations.


Cancellation and Refund Policy

Refunds (minus a $15 administrative fee) will be granted for cancellations received in writing (postmark or fax date) prior to Oct. 18, 2017. Cancellations received after Oct. 18, 2017, no-shows or changes made to registrations onsite will not be refunded. Refunds will not be provided for inclement weather, nor will refunds be given for registration errors caused by the participant.

Session Handouts

Handouts for each session will be posted on the Michigan Pharmacists Association (MPA) website approximately one week before the MSHP Annual Meeting. Attendees are encouraged to print handouts for reference during sessions as hard copies will not be provided onsite.

Media Release

My participation in this event is my consent, as well as the consent of any guests I bring, to be photographed, videotaped or recorded in any fashion by Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) and Michigan Pharmacists Association (MPA). I do hereby release to MSHP and MPA, its agents and employees all rights to exhibit this work in print and electronic form publicly or privately and to market and sell copies. I waive any rights, claims or interest I may have to control the use of my identity or likeness in whatever media used. I understand that there will be no financial or other remuneration for photographing or recording me, either for initial or subsequent transmission or playback.

PCE Credit Statement

These activities are structured to meet knowledge- and application-based educational needs. A knowledge-based activity acquires factual knowledge. An application-based activity applies to information learned in the timeframe allotted. Information in knowledge- and application-type activities is based on evidence as accepted in the literature by the healthcare professions.

These activities are accredited through the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) for pharmacist and pharmacy technician continuing education credit. Pharmacy continuing education (PCE) credit will be earned based on participation in individually accredited activities. Attendance and participation are required before obtaining PCE credit. Any individual who is more than 10 minutes late to an activity or leaves an activity early will not be granted PCE credit. This procedure will be strictly enforces, so please plan accordingly.

Participants will be required to complete evaluations and posttest questions, if received by presenters, online at www.MichiganPharmacists.org/education/liveposttests by Nov. 10, 2017. Participants must pass each posttest with a score of 70 percent or greater. Posttest questions are not applicable to application-based programs; however, evaluations must be completed. For knowledge-based programs in which presenters did not submit posttest questions, attendees will not be penalized. Posttests will not be graded and credit will not be processed until the online evaluation and posttest has officially closed for response on Nov. 10. Please allow MPA two weeks to grade posttests, process and upload credit to CPE Monitor after the posttest has closed. NOTE: ACPE guidelines prohibit MPA from issuing credit more than 60 days after the activity for any reason; therefore, to avoid denial of credit, it is imperative that pharmacists and pharmacy technicians complete the online evaluation and posttest by Nov. 10 to allow sufficient time for processing. If all requirements are met, participants will receive PCE credit through CPE Monitor, a national, collaborative effort by ACPE and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) to provide an electronic system for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to track their completed PCE credits. MPA, as an ACPE-accredited provider, is required to report pharmacist and pharmacy technician PCE credit using this tracking system. Pharmacist and pharmacy technician participants must provide their NABP e-Profile identification number and date of birth (in MMDD format) when they register for a CPE activity or complete activity evaluations. It will be the responsibility of the participant to provide the correct information (i.e., e-Profile identification number and date of birth in MMDD format). If this information is not correctly provided, NABP and ACPE prohibit MPA from issuing CPE credit.

Initial Release Date: 10/27/17; Expiration Date: 10/27/20

Michigan Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Win Prizes!

Participate in the MSHP Annual Meeting Exhibitor Challenge. Visit at least 10 exhibitors to be entered into a prize drawing! The vendor present at the exhibitor booth must initial the appropriate box on the white card located in the attendee packet that you received at registration. Include your name on the card and turn it in at the MSHP Annual Registration Desk by 1:20 p.m. on Oct. 27 for a chance to win various prizes. You must be present to win.

Faculty Disclosure Statements

The following faculty has indicated that they don’t have conflicts of interest, nor do they have financial relationships with a commercial interest related to their respective presentation.
Mona Ali
Susan Davis
Susan DeBuyst-Miller
Jassu Dulai
Nadia Haque
Jenna Holzhausen
Scott Knoer
Daniel Lobb
Richard Lucarotti
Nancy MacDonald
Bernard Marini
Ryan Mynatt
Nisha Patel
Joshua Raub
Christine Yost

Sponsorship

The MSHP Board of Directors would like to thank the following organizations for sponsoring the MSHP Annual Meeting.

 

$1,500

Exhibit Hall Only Participants

 

Boehringer Ingelheim

Chiesi USA

Eagle Pharmaceuticals

Eli Lilly and Company

MPA Emergency Preparedness

Pfizer

 

$2,500

Exhibit Hall and Reverse Exhibitor Program Participants

 

ABBVIE

Allergan

AstraZeneca

Avella Specialty Pharmacy – Source B

Centurion Medical Products

ConsortiEX

Equashield

Fresenius Kabi USA, LLC

Grifols

Health Care Logistics

Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson

JCB Labs/Fagron Sterile Services

Mallinckrodt

Medicure Inc.

Novartis

Novo Nordisk Inc.

Sandoz

Takeda Pharmaceuticals America Inc.

TEVA

The Medicines Company

Additional Information

For further information, please contact MPA Education Planning Assistant, Jennifer Crawford, at (517) 377-0225 or Jennifer@MichiganPharmacists.org.

 

 

Registration

Prices based on: Standard
  • $0.00 Moderator/Monitor - Volunteer to be a moderator or monitor
  • $0.00 Resident Luncheon - complimentary for Residents, space is limited
  • $0.00 Resident or Student Pharmacist - Complimentary
  • $120.00 Standard Registration
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Venue Location

Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
219 S. Harrison Rd
East Lansing, MI 48823
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