Teaming Up with Community Partners to Address Social Determinants of Health
Saturday, Oct. 1
Your pharmacy is identifying social determinants of health on a daily basis, and there are likely community partners willing to pay you for your ability to close gaps and address social needs of patients. During this panel discussion, hear firsthand from various organizations looking to partner with community pharmacies like yours and learn how your pharmacist team working alongside community health workers can create new opportunities for partnerships and payment.
Annie Eisenbeis, PharmD, MBA, director of practice development, Missouri Pharmacy Association
Tripp Logan, PharmD, co-owner, L&S Pharmacy and Medical Arts Pharmacy
Amy Hampton, health program manager, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Jennifer Hunter, director of program operations, Missouri Primary Care Health Homes
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives:
Identify local and state-based organizations willing to partner with you to address social determinants of health.
Describe how community health workers working with pharmacists can identify and close gaps in patients’ social needs.
Discuss opportunities for collaboration and payment to solve social determinants of health-related issues.
ACPE UAN: 0207-0000-22-601-L04-P/T | 1.0 contact hour (0.1 CEU) | Activity Type: Knowledge-Based