Medication Adherence 101
Thursday, April 25, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
Sacramento, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
While almost half of our population suffers from at least one chronic condition, almost three out of four Americans report that they do not always take their medications as directed. This lack of medication adherence has led to serious health consequences and avoidable costs.
The consequences of not taking medication as directed by doctors or pharmacists can cause additional health problems and even lead to hospitalization. This alarming trend needs to be reversed and healthcare stakeholders have an important role to play.
During this informative luncheon, guests will learn about the importance of medication adherence, policy changes impacting adherence, side effects and tips for remembering to take medications as prescribed. We hope to raise awareness and encourage health care professionals to communicate the importance of medication adherence to their patients.
Christina Sochacki, R.N., J.D., Vice President, Legal & Government Affairs of Council for Affordable Health Coverage
Elaine Linn, Sacramento Coordinator, National Consumers League
CEU Credits Available
If you are interested in receiving CEU credits for this event, please let us know. Attendees will earn a total of two contact hours from the ANA\C and LCSW for attending this luncheon.
The American Nurses Association\California is approved by the Board of Registered Nursing as the provider of continuing education in nursing. (Provider Number 11665)
This course also meets the qualifications for continuing education credit for LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. (Provider Number 4093)
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