PHCY 6185 Hospital Pharmacy 2010

PHCY 6185 Hospital Pharmacy 2010 - HeathSystemPharmacy

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  10/15/10 Heath System Pharmacy Torrington Community Hospital Banner Health Torrington, WY Kerri J. Kilgore, Pharm.D., R.Ph Director of Pharmacy
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 10/15/10 All areas of pharmacy practice have their good  and bad sides.  When you talk to pharmacists, preceptors, faculty:  remember we all love (or occasionally hate) our  jobs, that means we will sometimes come across  as our area of practice is the only good area of  practice. This class starts you on the path of exposure to a  variety of roles that a pharmacist can assume. Disclaimer
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 10/15/10 My Background in Health System Pharmacy Your background in healthcare: How many worked in a job associated with healthcare? Retail, hospital, long term care, assisted living, clinic, etc. How many have been a patient in a hospital How many have visited a relative in the hospital At the time: Did you know that pharmacists and  the pharmacy department were an integral part of  the structure and functioning of the hospital Introduction
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 10/15/10 What do you already know about Health system  pharmacy? Textbook chapter Personal knowledge Talking to family or friends Background Information
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 10/15/10 Hospital – is a location where patients need more  acute care and attention. They are part of a  system Health system: a combination of hospitals and  other healthcare settings working together to  provide excellent care Usually clinics, outpatient services May include long term or intermediate care services May include one local system or multiple small  Hospital vs Health System
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 10/15/10 Come in all shapes and sizes Most are under 200 beds Critical access hospitals must be 25 beds or less (many  in wyoming have changed to this status) Can be as large or larger than 1000 beds “Beds” this is how the size of a hospital is described.  It is  the number of patients the hospital can have admitted  (“in a bed”) at any time. Hospitals
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 10/15/10 Ownership:  Private (corporate) Public (government, municipality) For-Profit or Not-for-Profit General vs Specialty (Behavioral Health,  pediatrics, etc.) Rehabilitation Long term care (intermediate Care) Hospitals
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 10/15/10 Department of Health State Inspection: state and federal guidelines for facility Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Payment, Safety indicators Pharmacy Pratice Act, Board Rules Joint commission Healthcare (JCH) FDA, DEA OSHA, NIOSH, EPA, DOT Regulatory Issues
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2010 for the course PHCY 6185 taught by Professor Vandel during the Fall '08 term at Wyoming.

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