Changing the Game - Enhanced Opportunities through Enhanced Services Networks
Sponsored by Merck
Saturday, October 15, 2016
9:45 – 11:45 a.m.
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
ACPE UAN: 0207-0000-16-106-L04-P and 0207-0000-16-106-L04-T
2.0 contact hours (0.2 CEUs)
Where CMS goes, other payers follow and CMS is pinning virtually all reimbursement to quality and value by 2018. This gives community pharmacy the opportunity to leave the traditional pharmacy carve-out (10 percent of the pie) and try out for the health care team (90 percent of the pie) by proving the value of patient outcomes value, with corresponding payment. Quality metrics have focused the attention of pharmacy owners to set goals in line with population management heath care. So what’s next? Pharmacy owners from successful ongoing networks and newly forming networks will bring you up-to-date on advances and opportunities, as well as highlights of today with a focus on the future. This session will examine how you join and form a network and how does the network changes partnership and reimbursement possibilities. Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives:
- Evaluate the basic standards common to existing community pharmacy enhanced service networks (CPESNs).
- Outline processes and best practices for forming a CPESN.
- Discuss tactics for using a CPESN to build health care partnerships for community pharmacy networks.
Speakers: Joe Moose, PharmD, Moose Pharmacy, Concord, North Carolina; Troy Trygstad, Vice President of Pharmacy Programs, CCNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Ashley Branham, PharmD, Moose Pharmacy, Concord, North Carolina; Matt Osterhaus, RPh, Osterhaus Pharmacy, Maquoketa, Iowa; Trista Pfeiffenberger, PharmD, MS, Director, Network Pharmacy Programs, CMMI Project Coordinator, Raleigh, North Carolina
Activity Type: Application-based
Audience: Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians