2019 Webinars

  • 2020 Pharmacy Checklist, Sponsored by Compliant Pharmacy Alliance

    December 19, 2019 

    We've made a 2020 checklist and you'll want to check it twice to make sure your pharmacy is in compliance. NCPA's policy and regulatory team will cover recent changes to Part D plans and review the most important regulatory and legislative actions that impact the pharmacy space, your patients, and your business in this webinar.

    Speakers:Ronna B. Hauser, PharmD, VP Policy & Government Affairs Operations, NCPA; Reema Taneja, Director, Policy and Regulatory Affairs, NCPA; Kala Shankle, Director, Policy and Regulatory Affairs, NCPA


  • The Pharmacist's Roadmap to Understanding & Selling CBD

    December 12, 2019 

     Quick overview of What CBD is and How it Works. Why the site was created. Not all CBD is equal. You are getting bombarded with product information but not necessarily education and information. There is actual Pharmacy related info you need to be aware of: Drug Interactions, side effects, etc We will show you how to Market it to your customers and doctors; how to become the CBD Expert in town.


  • What's New with Vaccinations

    November 13, 2019

    Get updated with new vaccine recommendations and refresh your vaccine knowledge during this one-hour webinar. The authors will provide an update on Advisory Council on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations and detail ways you can incorporate more than just flu vaccine administration in your workflow.

    Speakers:Keri Hurley-Kim, PharmD, MPH; David Ha, PharmD, BCIDP


    CE evaluation: www.ncpalearn.org

    ACPE UAN: 0207-0000-19-333-H06-P | ACPE UAN: 0207-0000-19-333-H06-T| 1.0 contact hours (0.1 CEUs) | Activity Type: Knowledge-Based | Release date: November 13, 2019 | Expiration date: November 13, 2022 | Target audience: pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.

    In order to receive CE credit for this activity, participants must view the recording, pass the post-test and complete the session evaluation.

  • Shifting Towards Prevention: Becoming your Community's "Prevention Hub"

    October 16, 2019

    We often focus on disease management, but how can we prevent the disease in the first place? Through one-on-one consultation, classroom style education, supplement recommendations and employer-based models, pharmacies can serve as a prevention hub and help their patients to live healthier lives. Learn what it means to become a prevention hub and health destination in your community.

    Speakers: Ashley Duggins, PharmD and owner of Prevo Drug


  • Medical at Home: A New Model for Aging in Place

    September 11, 2019

    Do you want to move into a nursing facility? Most likely, your patients don’t either. Some pharmacies have grown their market share by offering medical at home services. Providing long-term care services to patients who might otherwise be in a nursing home can help patients stay home and in the community longer. Get the ins-and-outs on how to identify medical at home patients, potential services, billing procedures, and referral sources in this program.

    Speakers: Susan Rhodus, RPh, Senior Vice President, Contract Administration, Gerimed


  • Mental Health First-Aid: More Valuable than CPR?, Sponsored by Compliant Pharmacy Alliance

    August 14, 2019

    One in five adults in America experience a mental illness. Your community pharmacy team can be the first line of defense for ensuring patients get the help they need during a mental health crisis. In this session, you’ll learn what mental health first-aid is, why you AND your pharmacy staff should be trained and how it can be just as life-saving as CPR.

    Speakers: Clark Bishop, PharmD, Pharmacist Manager, Partner, Hutton Pharmacy, Blackwell, Okla.


  • Impending Inventory Impact – Your Pharmacy and Requirements Under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act, Sponsored by Compliant Pharmacy Alliance

    July 10, 2019

    Did you know after November 2019 your pharmacy may not be able to accept non-serialized drug stock? Or, that saleable returns will have to meet new verification requirements? Current and future requirements under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act, commonly referred to as "track-and-trace" law, will impact your pharmacy business. This webinar will give an overview of those current and future requirements and discuss pharmacy practices and solutions to help you comply with those requirements.

    Speakers: Kala Shankle, Director, Policy and Regulatory Affairs, NCPA; Lisa Schwartz, PharmD, Sr. Director, Professional Affairs, NCPA


  • USP General Chapter <800> and EPA: Implications for Long-Term Care and Community Pharmacies

    June 12, 2019

    Important USP and EPA compliance dates are quickly approaching that will impact your business. On December 1, 2019, the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) General Chapter <800> will become official. Chapter <800> requires that all pharmacies and other health care entities that handle hazardous drugs incorporate USP <800> into their occupational safety plan, subject to their state laws. On August 21, 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) final rule governing hazardous waste pharmaceuticals goes into effect. The rule will require special considerations from pharmacists and pharmacy operators. This presentation will discuss how USP General Chapter <800> and the EPA final rule will impact pharmacy practice, with a principal interest around long term services and supports.

    Speaker: Dana Saffel, PharmD, CGP, CPh, CEO at PharmaCare Stategies, Inc; Paul Baldwin, Principal, Baldwin Health Policy Group


    CE evaluation: www.ncpalearn.org

    ACPE UAN: 0207-0000-19-058-H04-P | ACPE UAN: 0207-0000-19-058-H04-T | 1.0 contact hours (0.1 CEUs) | Activity Type: Knowledge-Based | Release date: June 12, 2019 | Expiration date: June 12, 2022 | Target audience: pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.

    In order to receive CE credit for this activity, participants must view the recording, pass the post-test and complete the session evaluation.

  • How to Increase Your Pharmacy's OTC Sales

    May 22, 2019

    Speaker: Neil Redden, Pointy


  • Introduction to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

    May 8, 2019

    Join pharmacist Morgan Miller, PharmD while she provides an introduction to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) therapies that are available for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), common barriers to access to these treatments, and how pharmacist involvement and engagement can be beneficial for the patient and prescriber and health care facilities.

    Speaker: Morgan Miller, PharmD, Director of Specialty Pharmacy, Alps Specialty Pharmacy


  • Best Practices for Shipping, Sponsored by Cardinal Health

    April 2019

    Speaker: Jonathan Kernya Director of Customer Operations OptiFreight (R) Logistics Cardinal Health


  • Mastering the Message: Marketing for Your Community Pharmacy, Sponsored by Compliant Pharmacy Alliance

    March 13, 2019

    Roughly 1 in 8 people move every year according to the census so bringing new customers into your pharmacy is necessary for survival and growth. No matter what media you choose – without the right message you will miss your target. This program will help you hone your message(s) to your community to help you build your pharmacies brand.

    Speaker: Gabe Trahan, Senior Director of Store Operations and Marketing, NCPA, Milton, Vermont


  • Hiding in Plain Sight: How Adding Community Health Workers Adds Value to Your Pharmacy

    February 13, 2019

    Community health workers, or CHW, are recognized public health professionals in almost all 50 states and serve as a liaison between health and community services. These individuals have a close understanding and are considered a trusted member of the community they serve. Pharmacy staff members currently practice many principles of a CHW including the role they play in conducting home visits and identifying social determinants of health. During this webinar, learn why having a CHW as part of your staff is valuable for your patients and business.

    Speaker: Tripp Logan, Pharm.D., L and S Pharmacy, Charleston, Mo.


  • Management Techniques to Increase the Pharmacy's Financial Success, Sponsored by Compliant Pharmacy Alliance

    January 9, 2019

    The wildly popular 'The Four Disciplines of Execution' book teaches leaders how to strategically execute on their company's biggest ideas. Overcoming the whirlwind of the day-to-day by applying this innovative business management technique has led to financial success for pharmacy owners Dared and Renee Price. Gain insights from this duo and leave with a plan of attack for your own business.

    Speaker: Dared and Renee Price, PharmD, President, Graves Drug Stores, Arkansas City, Kansas