MedRec and BPMH Training for Health Care Professionals (8 elective CME credits)
A full-day Live Facilitated Virtual Workshop
This live, virtual, interactive workshop teaches health care professionals the fundamentals of medication reconciliation (MedRec) and Best Possible Medication History (BPMH) while providing hands-on practice with case scenarios on how to conduct in-person and virtual medication history interviews.
MedRec is a formal process to ensure communication of accurate medication information throughout a person's health care journey. The BPMH is the cornerstone of MedRec. This workshop is designed to prepare health care professionals to collect a BPMH through in-person and virtual medication history interviews in a variety of health care settings (e.g., acute care, home care, clinic visits, etc.). In addition, participants will practice MedRec at transitions of care. Whether you are seasoned or new to MedRec, this workshop will give you new ideas and hands-on practice with in-person and virtual medication history interviews.
On completion of this workshop, participants will be able to: 1. Explain the role of MedRec as it affects patient care 2. Understand where and how MedRec takes place 3. Understand the role of the BPMH at all care transitions 4. Describe the process of completing a BPMH 5. Understand the benefits and limitations of various sources of a patient’s medication information 6. Practice conducting and documenting virtual comprehensive medication history interviews 7. Practice conducting MedRec at transitions of care.
RPPEO has pre-approved this CME for 8 elective CME credits. Please submit proof of attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting ECA-962.