Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services Training 2014

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1. No refunds will be given. 

2. If you have already registered for a program, the activity can now be accessed through your “My Training” page. You may access this page by clicking on the “My Training” link located on the left side of the screen. If you are still having issues finding the activity and materials for which you have already registered, please read these instructions.

3. At the live seminar, each participant who attends the entire seminar will be given an attendance code which has an expiration date. If you do not enter your code into your activity before the expiration date, APhA will require the submission of the request form with a $150 payment for APhA to reopen the session code.


Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services is an innovative and interactive certificate training program that explores the pharmacist’s role in providing MTM services to patients. Pharmacists have a tremendous opportunity to receive reimbursement for monitoring and improving medication use in patients with complex medication regimens. This practice-based activity teaches pharmacists the essential skills necessary to become a successful MTM practitioner. The certificate training program will enhance pharmacists’ clinical expertise in evaluating complicated medication regimens, identifying medication-related problems, and making recommendations to patients, caregivers, and health care professionals.

The American Pharmacists Association is pleased to announce a special offering of the Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services certificate training program. Through generous support from Merck, APhA will host this program for a participation fee of only $99.

This program will be offered to a limited number of participants. Registration is now open so enroll now to reserve your seat. 





National Harbor, MD

10/19/14 (CLOSED)

JFPS 2014


This program was developed by the American Pharmacists Association and this offering is supported by an independent educational grant from Merck.


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