FAQs (Live Workshop)


What does the package price include?

  • Tuition and CE processing

  • Customized workbook specific to your market area

  • Meals (two lunches, one breakfast, one networking reception)

  • Networking opportunities

  • Access to an optional 6.5 hour on-demand CE training you can access after the meeting

If you are not an NCPA member or an NCPA Long-Term Care Division member, your registration also includes a one year membership to both of those groups.

Who should attend the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop?

Pharmacists and technicians from all settings—including chain, hospital, managed care, mail order or independent—who are contemplating owning or expanding their long-term care business.

What is the refund policy?

Cancellation is subject to a $50 cancellation fee. The cancellation deadline is 5 days prior to the start of the program.

How many CE hours are provided during the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop?

12 contact hours (1.2 CEUS) for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.

What is the class size?

Class size is limited to the first 70 paid participants.

How can I register for the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop?

If you have any registration questions, please contact Eva Jones at 703-838-2670.

I cannot attend the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop. Can I still get the information?

Please contact Bri Morris, PharmD for more information about upcoming workshops or education that may suit your needs.

What is the NCPA Long-Term Care Division?

It is a separate but complementary division of NCPA dedicated exclusively to pharmacies serving long-term care patients. It is a membership-based Division that offers business resources, including standard contract templates and timely education, and well as advocacy support specific to the needs of long-term care pharmacies. Registration for the Business of Long-Term Care Workshop includes a one-year membership to the NCPA LTC Division.

Who are the faculty for the Business of LTC Workshop?

The speakers are well-respected experts in the long-term care community with a strong knowledge of the nuanced differences between community and long-term care pharmacy.