Quality Forum
Transforming "Med Wreck" into "Med Rec"

Join us June 22nd at 1 PM for our second webinar in the June Quality Forum Double Feature!

Transforming "Med Wreck" into "Med Rec"

Preventing harm from medications, or adverse drug events (ADEs), remains a top patient safety priority not only in hospitals but also across the continuum of care for patients. Many organizations have demonstrated that implementing medication reconciliation at all areas of care delivery is a necessary strategy for preventing ADEs.  Medication reconciliation, the process of creating the most accurate list possible of all medications a patient is taking - including drug name, dosage, frequency, and route - and comparing that list with the medications that were actually ordered for the patient is an important step to reach our goal of providing correct medications to the patient at all transition points within all care delivery settings.

Join us on June 22nd at 1 PM (ET), as we learn from two experts on how their organization is trying to crack the medication reconciliation code. Our speakers will provide their insights on how various disciplines in their healthcare team, including pharmacists, work to improve medication reconciliation practices across the care continuum.

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Molly Ekstrand , RPh, BCACP, AE-C is a pharmacist and leader of the Ambulatory Medication Management program at Park Nicollet Health Services in Minnesota. The Park Nicollet team of pharmacists reaches approximately 900 patients each month providing comprehensive medication management services, which includes ensuring an accurate and clinically sound medication list. Park Nicollet recently revised the Medication Reconciliation process across Primary Care.  Knowing when and how to leverage each member of your team to provide timely accurate medication lists is imperative.  

Anne Schullo-Feulner , PharmD, BCPS is a clinical specialist at The Heart and Vascular Center of Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital and an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy. In her practice at Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital, Dr. Schullo-Feulner provides care in an advanced care cardiovascular unit in addition to providing support for clinical cardiovascular pharmacy services. Methodist hospital has implemented pharmacist provided medication reconciliation at various points throughout the inpatient stay. Being involved in an integrated health system, she understands the importance of working across care settings and leveraging the entire health care team.  

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