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New Wave Med Errors in an Electronic World is organized by PharmCon, Inc. and will be held from Jun 01, 2016 - Jun 01, 2019.

Target Audience : Nurse, Pharmacist, Pharmacy Technician.

Credits : 2 Contact Hour(s)

Conference Description :
This program will review the increasing adoption of electronic medication ordering and examine its effect or reducing medication errors. Conversely, it will look at how this has replaced some old common medication errors with newer ones that have the potential to be just as detrimental. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians will be able to apply this information to their practice by examining real case examples, continuous quality improvement, and other methods that can be used to reduce medication errors.

This program is APPROVED for FL Pharmacists and Technicians as Medication Errors Credit and will satisfy their requirement.

This program does not satisfy the medical error requirement for FL nurses. Please visit our Home Study Monograph Catalog for our FL approved nursing CE.

Conference Objectives are :
Nurse

• Identify the stages of medication use in which errors can occur.
• Describe how Root Cause Analysis is used as a tool for Continuous Quality Improvement.
• Describe potential errors that can take place with computerized physician order entry (CPOE).
• Outline key information to communicate during transition of care to decrease medication errors.

Pharmacist
• Identify the stages of medication use in which errors can occur.
• Describe how Root Cause Analysis is used as a tool for Continuous Quality Improvement.
• Describe potential errors that can take place with computerized physician order entry (CPOE).
• Outline key information to communicate during transition of care to decrease medication errors.

Pharmacy Technician
• Identify the stages of medication use in which errors can occur.
• Describe how Root Cause Analysis is used as a tool for Continuous Quality Improvement.
• Describe potential errors that can take place with computerized physician order entry (CPOE).
• Outline key information to communicate during transition of care to decrease medication errors.

Intended Audience

Pharmacy and Medicine, Patient and Family Centered Care

Activity Payment Details

Activity Fee : USD $21.00

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