Collaborative Practice: How to Begin

Published by Texas Pharmacy Association


Summary

With the passage of SB 1056 and SB 3341 in the 86th Texas Legislature, pharmacists across all practice settings now have the ability to sign collaborative practice agreements in the state, and potentially to be paid by private insurance for these services. Because collaborative practice has previously been more limited in scope in the state, there is a need to provide pharmacists with training regarding what the law allows regarding collaborative practice, how to set up a protocol, how to build a service, and how to build relationships with physicians in order to set up these agreements. This program seeks to provide a primer for pharmacists seeking to begin practicing in collaboration with physicians.

At the completion of this activity, the pharmacists and technicians will be able to:
1. Explain collaborative practice changes that occurred in the 2019 legislative session with regard to SB 1056.
2. Discuss the legal requirements for collaborative practice agreements and reporting in Texas.
3. List strategies for developing relationships with physicians you could collaborate with.
4. Describe possible services that could utilize collaborative practice agreements.

”ACPETexas Pharmacy Association (154) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Continuing education will be provided to participants who completed all course requirements. This lesson is an application-based CE activity and is targeted to pharmacists and technicians. This program has been approved for 1.0 contact hours of continuing education credit (0.1 CEUs).

ACPE 0154-0000-19-024-H04-P
ACPE 0154-0000-19-024-H04-T

Presenters
Mary Klein, Pharm.D
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice - TTUHSC Jerry H Hodge School of Pharmacy
Dr. Mary Klein is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the TTUHSC Jerry H Hodge School of Pharmacy, and the Director of Practice Labs and Simulation for the Abilene Campus. She received her Pharm.D. from Texas Tech in 2007, and completed a community-based ambulatory care residency through Scott and White Health Plan and Clinics and the University of Texas at Austin in 2008. Dr. Klein joined the faculty at Texas Tech in Fall 2008. Currently, Dr. Klein teaches in the immunizations,...More

Originally Published

August 4, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Collaborative Practice: How to Begin - Video
  • Collaborative Practice: How to Begin - Paper

How To Attend

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Credit

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