The Smart Rx
online learning experience gets HealthSpan's prescribers up to speed on the latest legislation, regulations and requirements that impact the prescription and use of opioids and benzodiazepines in pain management. These four, quickly paced courses will take around an hour to complete.
CME Accreditation Information: Smart Rx – Smart Medicine And Responsible Treatment
Release Date: 3/1/2015; Expiration Date: 5/1/2017; Estimated Time of Completion: 1.00 hours
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Method of Participation:
To earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
- Access the on-line course via a computer with internet access and audio capabilities at www.mindsetdigital.com/smartrx-OSMA
- Read and interpret the CME accreditation information, educational objectives and all slides via the on-line CME tool.
- Receive a passing grade of 70% or better on post-course questions. You may repeat the exam up to three times to pass.
Continuing Professional Education
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Ohio physicians and other healthcare providers whose duties might include prescribing medication or consulting with patients about proper pill consumption and pain management.
To engage physicians in a program intended to significantly reduced prescription pill-related deaths, injuries, abuse and addiction and to encourage physicians to make greater use of the Ohio Automated Rx Reporting System.
By completing these four modules you should be able to:
- Describe the extent of the opioid-abuse problem, the regulatory response to the problem and how to stay in compliance.
- Identify approaches for minimizing the likelihood of patient prescription abuse.
- Identify pain management strategies and how to explore those strategies with patients.
- Educate patients on the dangers of misusing opioids and about the appropriate consumption and disposal of medication.
- Reggie Fields, OSMA Director of Communications and External Affairs
- Jennifer Hayhurst, OSMA Director, Regulatory Affairs
- Tim Maglione, OSMA Senior Director, Governmental Relations
- Michael Bourn, DO, Center For Symptom Relief, Columbus OH
- OSMA Focused Task Force on Education
Disclosure of financial interests or relationships for individuals in control of content
Those involved in the planning and teaching of this activity are required to disclose any relevant financial interest or other relationship. All in a position to control the content of this CME activity have indicated they have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
The Ohio State Medical Association extends its appreciation to the following organizations for their support of this educational effort. Planning was done in compliance with the Standards for Commercial Support.
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