Medication Use Quality - An Education Training and Certificate Program

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Enroll in the Program via PQA's Education Center

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Medication Use Quality continuing education program is PQA's online CE coursework for healthcare quality professionals, who are working to improve patient outcomes through safe and appropriate medication use. This program empowers professionals to understand and implement effective quality improvement programs across the healthcare industry.

The program addresses top issues that will shape quality for years to come:

  • Value-based care
  • Innovative pharmacist-provided care
  • Social determinants of health
  • Health information technology
  • Medicare, Medicaid and federal programs
  • Private sector innovation
  • Diabetes, heart disease, opioids and other high-impact areas of care

This program is ideal for healthcare professionals leading quality programs in:

  • Community pharmacy
  • Specialty pharmacy
  • Health plans
  • Hospitals and health systems
  • Accountable care organizations
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturers
  • Pharmacy benefit management
  • Technology solution providers
  • Physician group practices
  • Research and academia
Certificate Program

The Medication Use Quality Certificate is a 15-hour education training that is nationally accredited for continuing education for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, nurses and physicians. You will receive advanced training on quality measurement and strategies to improve medication safety, adherence and appropriate use with an emphasis on real-world examples and best practices.

 

Measuring Quality to Improve HIV Medication Use

PQA expanded our program offerings in September 2021 to include a new, 3-hour course on Measuring Quality to Improve HIV Medication Use, to help healthcare professionals implement effective quality improvement programs for HIV medication use. This activity was supported by an independent medical education grant from Merck & Co.