Community-Based Point-of-Care Testing: From Innovative Care Model to Common Practice
Community Pharmacies are the most accessible health care destination. Advancements in CLIA-waived Point-of-Care Testing have provided the opportunity for Pharmacy to improve population health through screening for acute and chronic conditions. In this session, seasoned experts and field operators will take you through their journey from concept, to implementation, to every-day practice.
Embracing the Hispanic Consumer
The U.S. Hispanic demographic is growing – and getting younger – by the day. They are becoming more affluent as well, with spending power of over 1.4 Trillion U.S. dollars – which would be the 16th largest economy in the world – today. This illustrates how critical it is to reach this emerging population segment. This session will outline key facts and insights that illustrate brand’s marketing mix. It will discuss the value of the Hispanic consumer, insights into culturally significant factors which inform purchase decisions, and the shopping habits of the segment in order to establish the Hispanic demographic as a “bullseye consumer.”
Overcoming Barriers to Improve Access to Naloxene in the Community Pharmacy Setting
Opioid overdoses are on the rise and Naloxone can prevent over-dose related death. When supported by state laws, pharmacists can improve access to the life-saving medication. In this session, experts will focus on how to overcome barriers related to program implementation, reimbursement, and public awareness and acceptance in order to improve access to Naloxone in the community pharmacy setting.
Trends in Telehealth
Advancements in Telehealth have increased access to care for those in need. This has created new channels for community pharmacy to play a unique role in team-based care. In this session, experts will discuss the current and future state of Telehealth, highlighting the growing opportunities for pharmacy involvement.