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Prescribing and Monitoring of Controlled Substance Prescriptions Using Prescription Monitoring Programs

Prescribing and Monitoring of Controlled Substance Prescriptions Using Prescription Monitoring Programs

Prescribing and Monitoring of Controlled Substance Prescriptions Using Prescription Monitoring Programs

Dr. Vaishnavi Tata
Dr. Vaishnavi Tata
on behalf of Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists

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Launch date: 28 Oct 2020
Expiry Date: 31 Oct 2021

Last updated: 07 Feb 2021

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RUSTIN CRUTCHLEY (21 Dec 2020)
Excellent use of cases and research to drive home important points and to put forth ideas warranting future investigation
Ricardo Torres (19 Nov 2020)
Very informative, but still need more clarification on how to make the correct decision when refusing to fill a controlled substance prescription as well as well as when deciding to fill a controlled substance prescription. Also Prescribers should be more accountable for what they prescribe and who they prescribe to. More so know that many controlled prescriptions are sent electronically and you do not even see who the patient is.

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Description

This presentation will cover the utility of Prescription Monitoring Programs and how they affect the decision to prescribe and dispense controlled substance prescriptions. This is a prescribing and monitoring controlled substances CE program.

Objectives

Pharmacist Objectives
1. Articulate factors within the clinical decision-making process that are particularly relevant to the pharmacy setting.
2. Assess example clinical scenarios presenting information from the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) and determine final fill status based on that information.
3. Critically analyze presented data from another clinical decision-making project and discuss future considerations.
Dr. Vaishnavi Tata

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Dr. Vaishnavi Tata
on behalf of Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists

Doctor of Philosophy: Pharmaceutical Health Outcomes and Policy

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Pass Rate: 75

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RUSTIN CRUTCHLEY (21 Dec 2020)
Excellent use of cases and research to drive home important points and to put forth ideas warranting future investigation
Ricardo Torres (19 Nov 2020)
Very informative, but still need more clarification on how to make the correct decision when refusing to fill a controlled substance prescription as well as well as when deciding to fill a controlled substance prescription. Also Prescribers should be more accountable for what they prescribe and who they prescribe to. More so know that many controlled prescriptions are sent electronically and you do not even see who the patient is.

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