FAQs (Live Workshop)


What does the package price include?

  • Tuition and CE processing

  • Meals (two lunches, one reception)

  • Networking opportunities

  • Access to an optional 6.5 hour on-demand CE training you can access after the meeting

If you are not an NCPA member or an NCPA Long-Term Care Division member, your registration also includes a one year membership to both of those groups.

Who should attend the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop?

Pharmacists and technicians from all settings—including chain, hospital, managed care, mail order or independent—who are contemplating owning or expanding their long-term care business.

What is the refund policy?

Cancellation is subject to a $50 cancellation fee. The cancellation deadline is 5 days prior to the start of the program.

How many CE hours are provided during the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop?

12 contact hours (1.2 CEUS) for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.

What is the class size?

Class size is limited to the first 20 paid participants.

How can I register for the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop?

If you have any registration questions, please contact Eva Jones at 703-838-2670.

I cannot attend the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop. Can I still get the information?

Please contact Becky Snead, Senior Director, Strategic Initiatives and Long Term Care Division for more information about upcoming workshops or education that may suit your needs.

What is the NCPA Long-Term Care Division?

It is a separate but complementary division of NCPA dedicated exclusively to pharmacies serving long-term care patients. It is a membership-based Division that offers business resources, including standard contract templates and timely education, and well as advocacy support specific to the needs of long-term care pharmacies. Registration for the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop includes a one-year membership to the NCPA LTC Division.

Who are the faculty for the Business of LTC Workshop?

The speakers are well-respected experts in the long-term care community with a strong knowledge of the nuanced differences between community and long-term care pharmacy.