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Medication errors are the largest class of medical errors in healthcare today and the most common cause of unnecessary readmissions. Hospitals that spend more resources on medication errors demonstrate lower rates of adverse events.
This program will review top problematic pharmacy standards and the CMS interpretive guidelines on medication management and pharmacy related standards. Our expert will also discuss 10 of the 18 tag changes in the pharmacy sections of the Hospital CoP manual, including compounded medication, beyond-use date, and surveyors citing hospitals.
Nurses that work with patients should understand medication and pharmacy standards, such as medication errors, adverse events, drug incompatibilities, and much more. Train your staff to prevent medication errors and reduce readmissions.
Your order includes:
|- CMS memo on pharmacy & medication changes||- 55 hospital surveyor hot spots||- 2017 antibiotic stewardship program requirements|
|- Oversight of compounded drugs||- Identifying errors||- Pre-printed order sheets|
|- Discontinued drugs||- Near misses||- Final tag changes|
|- ISMP IV push guidelines||- Pharma deficiencies||- Medication timing changes|
|- Drug Quality And Security Act||- Dispensing drugs||- Indicator or trigger drugs|
|- Requirements for pharma services||- External alerts||- Pharmacist job description|
|- Look-alike & sound-alike drugs||- Storage of drugs||- Medication & crash carts|
|- Prescribing & communication||- Weight-based dosing||- Non-punitive reporting|
|- High-alert medication||- Drug interactions||And even more!|
Anyone involved with or interested in medication process, including but not limited to: Pharmacists, Chief Pharmacy Officers, Physicians, Patient Safety Officers, Nursing Supervisors, Medical Safety Officer, Risk Manager, Hospital Attorneys, Case managers, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nurse Director, Quality Improvement Director, Regualtion and Accreditation Director, Nurse Educator, PI Director, Compliance Director, and anyone who is involved in a medication process.