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Director's Forum 2nd edition (ebook)


Price: $47.00
Item Number: dirforum2E2015
ISBN: 978-0-9853729-2-7
New Expanded Second Edition E-BOOK

Director's Forum 2nd edition, © 2015, eight sections, 80 articles, 1,152 pages (in vertically oriented iPad),
fully searchable with built-in bookmarking and notes tools. For bulk purchase information and pricing contact us at: publisher@thomasland.com

How do you stay up-to-date and lead in a complex and rapidly changing field? You utilize real world knowledge from the acknowledged experts. This new and expanded compilation of articles from the Hospital Pharmacy journal's highly acclaimed Director’s Forum column, the Director’s Forum book delivers unparalleled insight into the most effective approaches to the challenges you face.

In the foreword, Sara J. White, MS, FASHP writes:

“I continue to read and be impressed with every Director’s Forum article in the Hospital Pharmacy journal… Effective pharmacy leadership has never been more critical than it is today… In today’s environment, pharmacy leaders face the perfect storm of… rapid changes and restructuring in health care… (including) maintaining an engaged workforce… reducing or containing costs… meeting increasing demand… ensuring a fail-safe medication system…enhancing the pharmacy practice model.”

“This compilation is useful for current pharmacy leaders and pharmacists as they evaluate and improve their practices and in teaching and training programs. These articles can be effectively used in leadership succession plans as a way to develop the next generation of pharmacy leaders. Selected columns are a must for incorporation into all postgraduate years 1 and 2 residencies to meet the leadership components. Likewise pharmacy students in appropriate courses and during their introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences will benefit from selected columns.”

CONTENTS INCLUDE

Automation/Technology: Get Smart: Effective Use of Smart Pump Technology, Making the Most of Unit Dose Dispensing Automation, An Innovative Solution to Pharmacy Department Information Sharing, Developing a Pharmacy Information System Infrastructure, Electronic Prescribing, Establishing a Plan for Central Pharmacy Automation, Implementing a Bar-Code Medication Administration System, Hidden Costs of Pharmacy Technology, The Role of the Pharmacy Informatics Position in Practice Model Development, Benchmarking Drug Prescribing Using Clinical Databases: A Tool for Practice Model Enhancement

Core Competencies in Pharmacy Practice: 340B Drug Pricing Program: Interpreting Regulations and Exploring Opportunities, Core Competencies in Hospital Pharmacy: Essential Department Data, Core Competencies in Hospital Pharmacy: Regulatory Compliance, Core Competencies in Hospital Pharmacy: Department Financial Management, Core Competencies in Hospital Pharmacy: Intravenous Admixtures, Core Competencies in Hospital Pharmacy: Drug Dispensing, Core Competencies in Hospital Pharmacy: Medication Order Review, Pharmacy Leader’s Role in Hospital Emergency Preparedness Planning

Drug Policy: Advanced Practice Programs in Hospital Pharmacy: Investigational Drug Services, Meaningful Use: Why Is It Meaningful to Pharmacists?, Pharmacist Involvement in Order Set and Protocol Development, Strategies for Effective Medication Use Evaluations, Getting the Most Out of Your Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee

Human Resources Management: Human Resources Management for the Pharmacy Director, Progressive Discipline Skills for the Pharmacy Director, Strategies for Staff Recognition, Tactics to Reduce Pharmacy Staff Turnover and Increase Job Satisfaction, Innovative Roles for Pharmacy Technicians: Developing and Implementing a Unit-Based Clinical Support Pharmacy Technician

Management and Leadership: Administrative Staff Support as a Key to Department Success, Advocacy for Pharmacy Directors: How to Promote Adherence to Advocacy Efforts, A Pharmacy Director’s Primer on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Building Your Financial IQ, Effective Pharmacy Department Leadership, Succession Planning: The Forgotten Art, Industry Relationships and the Pharmacy Director: Striking the Right Balance, The Pharmacy Director and Accountable Care Organizations, Working Effectively With Consultants, Issues Facing Pharmacy Leaders in 2015: Suggestions for Pharmacy Strategic Planning, Issues Facing Pharmacy Leaders in 2014: Suggestions for Pharmacy Strategic Planning, Issues Facing Pharmacy Leaders in 2013, Life in a Fishbowl: Accountability and Integrity in Pharmacy Leadership, Leadership Courage, Making the Most of a Professional Meeting, Mind Maps: A Leadership Tool for Department and Practice Model Change, Profiles in Leadership: Clifton J. Latiolais, MSc, DSc, Profiles in Leadership: Donald E. Francke, MSc, DSc (Hon), Recommendations for Smooth Career Transitions in Pharmacy Leadership, Things I Wish I Had Known Before Becoming a Pharmacy Leader, Traditional Leadership Development in Nontraditional Environments, Using Mind Mapping to Anchor Learning: Focus on Leader’s Decision Domains, Developing a Meaningful Strategic Plan, Measuring Change in Health-System Pharmacy Over 50 Years: “Reflecting” on the Mirror, Part I, Measuring Change in Health-System Pharmacy Over 50 Years: “Reflecting” on the Mirror, Part II

Medication Safety: Developing a Medication Patient Safety Program, Part 1: Infrastructure and Strategy, Understanding the Food and Drug Administration Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS), Using Health Care Failure Mode and Effects Analysis for High-Risk Medications, Ensuring the Safety of Sterile Admixtures Prepared Outside of the Institution, Developing a Medication Patient Safety Program, Part 2: Process and Implementation,

Patient Services and Related Issues: Balanced Scorecards As a Tool for Developing Patient-Centered Pharmacy Services, Department Annual Report: An Effective Tool for Advancing the Pharmacy Practice Model, Advanced Practice Programs in Hospital Pharmacy: Anticoagulation Management, Advanced Practice Programs in Hospital Pharmacy: Pharmacy-Based Immunization, Developing Patient-Centered Pharmacy Services Through Residency Training, Developing Patient-Centered Services, Part 1: A Primer on Pharmacy Practice Models, Developing Patient-Centered Services, Part 2: Building a Hybrid Pharmacy Practice Model, Developing Patient-Centered Services, Part 3: The Ohio State University Medical Center, Developing Patient-Centered Services, Part 4: Considerations in Implementing a Pediatric Pharmacy Practice Model, Establishing a Patient-Centered Philosophy of Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacy Medication Therapy Management Services and Reimbursement Options, Practice Models: What Are Other Professions Doing?, Promoting Patient-Centered Pharmacy Services Through Effective Facility Planning and Design, Strategies for Developing Clinical Services: Implementing a Decentralized Pharmacy Program, Strategies for Developing Clinical Services – Advanced Practice Programs, Strategies for Evaluating Clinical Pharmacy Services, The CMS Value-Based Purchasing Program: Making Sense of the Regulations and Implications for Health System Pharmacy, The Role of Health System Pharmacy in Improving Influenza Vaccination Rates Among Health Care Workers, Enhancing Pharmacy Practice Models Through Pharmacists’ Privileging,

Pharmacy Education/Residency: What to Look for in Your First Job, Pharmacy Residency Research Project: Tips to Complete the Project in One Year, Role of Pharmacy Education in Growing the Pharmacy Practice Model

E-BOOK CUSTOMER NOTES: After you place an order for this e-book you will receive an e-mail containing a URL and code for downloading the file. The format of the Director's Fourm 2nd edition e-book is epub. It is the most common e-book format. This e-book file has been tested in iBooks for Apple devices, and Calibre for PC devices. There are numerous free e-book readers available. Your IT department may have one that they prefer. There is also a free e-book reader available from Adobe.