American Society of Consultant Pharmacist - 2017 ASCP Forum

2017-05-03 - 2017-05-04
Event contact title
Senior Director of Business Development & Events
Event contact first name
Lee Anne
Event contact last name
Event contact telephone number
703-739-1300 x-124
The Improving Medicare Post-Acute Care Transformation Act (IMPACT Act) may be one of the most important pieces of legislation affecting pharmacists in recent times. Join us May 3-4 in Arlington, Virginia, to learn how the IMPACT Act supports patient-centered care across care-settings and what it means to the practice of pharmacy in post-acute care (PAC). Attendees will learn: How the legislation will alter the pharmacist’s role in medication reconciliation Details about new medication reconciliation quality reporting standards published by CMS What opportunities are ahead for pharmacists in long-term and post-acute care Join us as we hear from the experts at CMS who published the standards, the contractors that will implement them, and experienced health care professionals preparing to navigate a post-IMPACT Act climate successfully. The Forum also features pharmacists that currently provide patient-centered care across the PAC continuum and the value derived from using standard data driven metrics.
Exhibitor information

Join us as an exhibitor or as a sponsor this coming May 3-4 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott, in Arlington, Virginia at the 2017 ASCP Forum. The 2017 ASCP Forum, now in it's third year, provides premium access to more than 240 stakeholders involved in care transitions, including executive level post-acute care providers. All food service and breaks are located within the exhibitor area, providing ample networking time in an intimate setting.

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