The Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Annual Meeting will be held Friday, Oct. 25, 2019, at the Kellogg Center located at 219 S. Harrison Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824.
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/preceptor 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 the Board of Directors 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 - Please click here to register online. Alternatively, click here for a printable registration form and fax it to MPA at (517) 484-4893, email it to Chelsea Boucha at Chelsea@MichiganPharmacists.org, or mail it to MPA at 408 Kalamazoo Plaza, Lansing, MI 48933. Pre-registration will close at 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 18.
7:30-8:30 a.m. – Registration Open
7:30-8:30 a.m. – 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: Innovative Health Care Delivery Models with Integrated Pharmacists
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-19-228-L04-P & #0112-0000-19-228-L04-T
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; Intended Audience: Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
Gary R. Matzke, Pharm.D., FCP, FCCP, FASN, FNAP, FAAAS, professor emeritus, Department of Pharmacotherapy and Outcome Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Pharmacy, Richmond, Virg.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to summarize the evidence regarding the value provided by clinical pharmacists who engage in meaningful patient-centered team-based care, describe the healthcare delivery models developed and evaluated by the six Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Innovation Center Awardees that focused on medication management and discuss the impact of the Improving Health of At-Risk Rural Patients care model on clinical, health utilization and economic outcome metrics.
10-10:15 a.m. – Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall
Attendees and exhibitors can enjoy a beverage during this quick break.
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. – Leadership/Management Session: Credentialing and Privileging for Pharmacists in Michigan
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-19-229-L04-P
1.5 contact hours; Knowledge-based Activity; Intended Audience: Pharmacists
Speaker to be announced
Pharmacist Learning Objectives
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to define credentialing and privileging, discuss why pharmacists should become credentialed and the process for becoming credentialed and discuss tips on the credentialing and privileging process.
10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. – Clinical Session: Optimizing Mental Health Therapies – ICU Delirium and Benzodiazepine Prescribing
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-19-230-L01-P & #0112-0000-19-230-L01-T
Rebecca L. Jones, Pharm.D., BCPP, clinical pharmacy specialist, mental health, Battle Creek VA Medical Center, Caledonia, Mich. and Jessica L. Jones, Pharm.D., critical care clinical pharmacist specialist, Beaumont Health System, Dearborn, Mich.
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to recognize characteristics of patients that are consistent with intensive care unit (ICU) delirium and post-intensive care syndrome (PICS), describe tools and assessments used in diagnosing ICU delirium and PICS and discuss treatment strategies for patients who develop ICU delirium and PICS. Participants should also be able to review the potential adverse effects of benzodiazepine use in various patient populations, review available literature regarding evidence-based treatment strategies to reduce benzodiazepine use and use appropriate communication strategies with prescribers regarding the risks of benzodiazepine use and methods to reduce risk of benzodiazepine utilization.
Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to define ICU delirium, list tools used to assess patients for ICU delirium and describe non-pharmacologic strategies for managing patients with ICU delirium. Participants should also be able to review the potential adverse effects of benzodiazepine use in various patient populations, identify available literature on benzodiazepine over-prescribing in order to evaluate patients who are at higher risk for adverse effects and discuss evidence-based strategies to safely reduce and/or discontinue benzodiazepine use.
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, 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.
1:45-3:15 p.m. – Clinical Session: Collaborative Transition of Care Models
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-19-231-L04-P & #0112-0000-19-231-L04-T
1.5 contact hours; Application-based Activity; Intended Audience: Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
Nancy C. MacDonald, Pharm.D., BCPS, FASHP, transition of care coordinator, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, Mich., Sean M. McConachie, Pharm.D., clinical assistant professor, Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and clinical pharmacy specialist – transitions of care, Beaumont Hospital, Detroit, Mich. and Joshua N. Raub, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacist specialist, Detroit Medical Center, Bloomfield Township, Mich.
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to describe the collaborative transition of care model, explain cost savings associated with the collaborative transition of care model and using a patient case, apply the collaborative model data to evaluate a transition of care program. Participants should also be able to describe the hospital readmission reduction program created by the Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services, identify risk factors associated with 30-day hospital readmission that can be used to create a 30-day hospital readmission prediction index and apply hospital readmission prediction index data to a patient care to guide transitions of care activities and assess outcomes.
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to describe the collaborative transition of care model, explain cost savings associated with the collaborative transition of care model and using a patient case, apply the collaborative model data to evaluate a transition of care program. Participants should also be able to describe methods in which pharmacy technicians can provide medication reconciliation to high risk patients, identify patient risk factors that are highly associated with hospital 30-day readmission and describe the role of the pharmacy technician in transitions of care for hospital patients.
1:45-3:15 p.m. – Preceptor Development Session: Research Skills – Study Design and Statistics
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-19-232-L04-P
Raymond Yost Pharm.D., manager, pharmacy services, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, Mich.
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to state the appropriate usage of software programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, SPSS and R, use the basics of common query languages (SQL) and explain how to link multiple datasets through a common patient identifier.
2-5 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. – General Session: Use of Medication Calculators within the EHR
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-19-233-L04-P & #0112-0000-19-233-L04-T
Patrick D. Arnold, Pharm.D., clinical informatics pharmacist, Michigan Medicine, Ferndale, Mich., Cindy A. Pollock, Pharm.D., informatics pharmacist, Spectrum Health, Byron Center, Mich. and Martha G. Slot, Pharm.D., clinical pharmacy specialist - informatics, Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, Mich.
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to describe the operational considerations of converting paper nomograms to automated electronic calculators within the electronic health record, describe the design and function of the calculators based on lab results and/or other parameters and describe implementation barriers and lessons learned to implementing electronic calculators.
5 p.m. – Meeting Adjourns
Initial Release Date: 10/25/19; Expiration Date: 10/25/20
The Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Annual Meeting will be held at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, located at 219 S. Harrison Rd. in East Lansing, Mich. A special overnight room rate of $120, plus tax, has been extended to those attending the MSHP Annual Meeting. Make your reservation before Sept. 25, 2019 by phone or online.
1. Go to www.kelloggcenter.com.
2. Click on the “reservations” link at the top of the page.
3. Select “check availability and book now” link.
4. Enter arrival, departure, rooms and number adults and children.
5. Select “click here for special rates” and enter group code 1910SOCIET.
6. Click “check availability.”
Call the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center at (800) 875-5090. Refer to the group code of 1910SOCIET.
PROCESS TO CLAIM CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
Lecture Panda will allow participants to easily complete program evaluations and posttests online, as well as obtain program handouts.
To earn pharmacy continuing education credit, complete the following steps.
Register with Lecture Panda – Prior to the event, you should register on the Lecture Panda website for this event by providing your name, e-mail address, NABP E-profile identification number (aka CPE Monitor number) and date of birth (MMDD format). To do so, click here, or scan the below QR code with your cell phone or tablet to be directed to the event page on the Lecture Panda website. Upon registering on Lecture Panda, you will receive an e-mail confirming registration with a link to complete credit requirements. This link allows you access to all program handouts, evaluations and posttests. To avoid e-mails going to your spam folder, be sure to set up your e-mail account to allow e-mails from Lecture Panda.
Access Handouts – To access program handouts, refer to the registration confirmation e-mail that you received from Lecture Panda and click on the blue button titled “Complete Credit Requirements.” You will be directed to all program handouts where you can conveniently pull them up on your PC, cell phone or tablet, or you can print them if you wish to have hard copies. Please note hard copies of handouts will not be provided onsite. Additionally, if you would like to have all posttest questions with you while at attending programs, be sure to print the handout named “posttest booklet” as it contains all applicable posttest questions. Posttest questions will not be provided for reference onsite.
Claim Credit – To complete all evaluations and posttests for programs that you attended and claim credit, refer to the registration confirmation e-mail that you received from Lecture Panda and click on the blue button titled “Complete Credit Requirements.” You will be directed to confirm your name, e-mail address, NABP E-profile identification number and date of birth, then progress to the claim credit screens where you will enter the program claim code provided at the end of each program and complete evaluations and posttests. More information about program claim codes is below. Upon completion of the evaluations and posttests, credit will automatically be submitted to your CPE Monitor record. You must pass each posttest with a score of 70 percent or greater to earn credit.
Overall Event Evaluation – MPA would like to know about your overall experience while attending this event. Please be sure to complete the overall event evaluation on Lecture Panda in addition to program evaluations. Your feedback is used to improve continuing education activities.
Program Claim Codes
When completing claiming credit in Lecture Panda, you will be required to enter a “claim code” unique to each program. Be sure to pay attention at the end of each program to receive that program’s claim code. Program claim codes will not be provided to participants after participants are released from the program. It is recommended that you keep track of program claim codes by recording them as they are provided during sessions.
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. MPA, as an ACPE-accredited provider, is required to report pharmacist and pharmacy technician PCE credit to CPE Monitor. ACPE guidelines prohibit MPA from issuing credit 60 days or more after the activity for any reason. Therefore, to avoid denial of credit, it is imperative that pharmacists and pharmacy technicians complete the online evaluations and posttests before Nov. 8, 2019. You will receive periodic e-mails from Lecture Panda reminding you to complete requirements. Due to this new process, participants will not receive an attendance form to record programs attended.
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 enforced, so please plan accordingly. Participants will be required to complete evaluations and posttest questions, if received by presenters, online through Lecture Panda by Nov. 8, 2019. 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. 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 evaluations and posttests by the established deadline. 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.
Michigan Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
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. 25 for a chance to win various prizes. You must be present to win.
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.