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5/23/2018 Opioid Management

MAHEC/UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Asheville, NC

Naloxone co-prescribing program in family medicine residency clinic Overview Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) is a large family medicine residency program with integrated clinical pharmacists. We identified patients who met CDC-based criteria for naloxone  — 50 morphine milligram equiva

5/11/2018 Opioid Management

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Prospective pharmacist review of high-risk patients treated with opioids for chronic pain at a family medicine clinic Overview The project evaluated the impact of a pharmacist’s pre-visit review of high-risk patients treated with opioids for chronic pain followed by primary care providers at a famil

5/11/2018 Opioid Management

Penobscot Community Health Care, Bangor, ME

Interdisciplinary Controlled Substance Stewardship Committee Overview At Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC), we have developed and implemented an interdisciplinary committee with a focus on improving controlled substance stewardship which we call the Controlled Substance Stewardship (CSS) commi

5/11/2018 Opioid Management

Baptist Memorial Healthcare, Memphis, TN

Opioid-light initiative: A multi-modal approach to reduce opioid prescribing in the emergency department Overview Tennessee ranks second nationally in opioid-related deaths — approximately 80 percent involve prescription opioids. Due to the alarming rate of opioid use and associated overdoses in our

5/11/2018 Opioid Management

Cone Health Greensboro, NC

Pharmacist intervention to monitor and reduce opioid use in patients with chronic non-cancer pain as part of interdisciplinary pilot monitoring program Overview In 2016, the CDC released guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain. The guidelines recommended the following actions: establi

5/4/2018 Pharmacy Technician

Rebecca Bryan

Why I Do What I Do That is easy for me to answer; I do what I do because of the patients. Without the patients, healthcare would not exist, including the expanding role of pharmacy technicians. Over the last 20 years of working in the pharmacy, my role, including how it directly impacts patients, h

5/1/2018 Pharmacy Technician

Q'iana Sellers

Why I Do What I Do Simply put, I love the field of pharmacy and educating the next generation of pharmacy and healthcare professionals. In my 20 years as a pharmacy technician, I gained a great amount of pharmacy knowledge and learned a lot of lessons as a professional. I feel obligated to pass it

5/1/2018 Pharmacy Practice Leadership

Greg A. Bauer

Director of Pharmacy Operations

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