PQA Annual Meeting: Post Meeting Sessions Start May 28

The PQA Annual Meeting continues on May 28 with the first of five weekly one-hour online sessions. Each week features a new educational session and an innovation theater, which is a commercial showcase of an organization’s innovations, technology, services or research.

All sessions take place on the 2020 PQA Annual Meeting website. Use the same username and password you used to access the May 13-15 sessions. Log in to your meeting account or update your profile, if needed. If you have any trouble, please email [email protected].

You can still register for the meeting, if you have not previously registered. Below are the upcoming sessions. Visit the meeting's agenda page for updates. 

May 28, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET

Innovation Theater: Caring for Medically Complex and Vulnerable Populations: The Role of a Comprehensive Pharmacy Service

On behalf of MAPD plans, analytics company RxAnte partners with Mosaic Pharmacy Service to deliver long-term care pharmacy services to medically complex and vulnerable Medicare members – and so far, the results have been meaningful. Join us for an evidence-driven review of current Mosaic programs and discussion on how a long-term care pharmacy service backed by analytics can improve safety, manage cost, optimize complex regimens, and even provide opportunity to address social determinants of health for at-risk populations.

Disclaimer: The Innovation Theater portion of this session is developed and presented by the sponsor. The content and opinions expressed by the presenter are those of the sponsor or presenter and not of PQA.

Educational Session: Quality Measure Gaps in Opioid and Opioid Use Disorder

The 2018 SUPPORT Act called for the creation of an Opioid Technical Expert Panel (TEP) to address quality measurement gaps for opioids in federal programs. This session will review opportunities for opioid measure development and implementation in federal programs based on the findings of this National Quality Forum TEP. Presenter: Samuel Stolpe, PharmD, MPH, Senior Director, National Quality Forum

Click here to join the session on May 28!

Upcoming Sessions

June 4

  • How to Use Artificial Intelligence to Improve Your Patient Engagement Programs
  • Impact and Efficacy of a Medication Price Transparency Tool

June 11

  • Maximizing Medication Therapy Management Technology to Extend the Reach of the Pharmacist
  • Virginia Center for Health Innovation

June 18

  • Leveraging Technology to Deliver Value-Based Clinical Pharmacy Interventions: Improved Adherence and Declining Costs for Patients with Chronic Conditions
  • Community Pharmacy Innovation in Quality (CPIQ) Awards - Community Pharmacy

June 25

  • DocStation for Value-Based Pharmacy
  • Community Pharmacy Innovation in Quality (CPIQ) Awards - Individual


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