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When: June 20, 2017
8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
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Midland Hills Country Club
2001 Fulham St
Roseville, Minnesota  55113
United States


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2017 Leadership Summit & House of Delegates Resources

Click here to view PowerPoint presentations, New Business Items Submitted, and Committee Reports. Please note that New Business Items submitted will be posted by June 10. More details coming soon.

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2016 Leadership Summit & House of Delegates Resources

Click here to view PowerPoint presentations, New Business Items Submitted, and Committee Reports. Please note that New Business Items submitted will be posted by June 10.

 

2017 Leadership Summit & House of Delegates Meeting

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The 2017 Leadership Summit and House of Delegates theme is Building Influence to Advance Patient Care and Practice. The program will be inspirational and motivational and provide you with the opportunity to network, learn and share with your peers throughout the day. The morning program will feature inspiring messages, new skill building communication tips, insights into the evolving value-based payment models, how pharmacists are being integrated into these models and what patient care outcomes are resulting. We will share MPhA and pharmacy’s advocacy successes in the afternoon, lay the groundwork for future initiatives at the House of Delegates, hear the State of MPhA from leadership, and install our new leadership for the year. We’ll close our day with a networking reception honoring our Past Presidents and MPhA volunteers. The day is designed to advance patient care and practice.

By participating, you will join your colleagues in advancing Minnesota pharmacy practice! You’ll be involved in discussions on important initiatives and pharmacy’s advocacy agenda and earn 3.25 continuing education credits.

The MPhA House of Delegates serves as the primary policy-making body for MPhA and determines the official positions for the organization on important issues. This governing body meets annually. Topics range from organizational issues (such as how the organization is structured) to professional issues (such as scope of practice and provider status) to public affairs issues (such as public positions on policy matters).

During registration, you’ll be asked if you are willing to serve as a delegate and for what district, academy, group or affiliation. MPhA strives to include you as a delegate to your preferred district, academy or group, however, we reserve the right to assign delegates as needed for full representation.

The House of Delegates annual business meeting will include recognizing member achievements through the MPhA leadership awards, installing new officers and board members, learning about strategic plan progress and committee achievements, and presenting and reviewing 2017 policy proposals. A number of important issues will be discussed. This is your time as a member to voice your opinions and shape your association!

We look forward to seeing you at the Midland Hills Country Club in Roseville on June 20!

Pricing

Full Day

Member
$45 ($60 after June 6)

Nonmember
$60 ($75 after June 6)

Student
$20 ($25 after June 6)

Schedule

8:30 am

Registration & Networking Breakfast


9:00 am

Welcome and Housekeeping
Michelle Aytay, RPh, CDE, Region #21 Clinical Services, Walgreens Co., MPhA President-Elect


9:15 am

Keynote PEDRx Talk: Pharmacists Making a Difference
Jason Varin, PharmD, Director Alumni Relations, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, MPhA President-Elect 2018

In this dynamic TED-type talk, you will be challenged to think about the future you envision and think about steps you can take to make a difference to create that future.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:

  • List significant recent wins in pharmacy practice expanding pharmacists' scope of practice.
  • Explain how these wins are contributing to positive patient care outcomes.
  • Identify areas within pharmacy practice for potential improvement in the near future (5 years) and list one way you will contribute to advocating for a change.

9:30 am

Playing the Cards Right when the Stakes Are High: A Strategic Communication Workshop
Lara Kerwin, PharmD, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Care Leadership Resident featuring PharmD students Michelle Tran, Monika Tawfik, and Poppy Wang

Think back to a time where communication played a critical role in forging (or saving) a relationship, advancing a project, or achieving a desired outcome. Consider: Did you find yourself choosing your words wisely? Were you thrown a curve ball and had to think on your feet to respond? Do you ever wonder that if things were said differently, you might have a different result? In this workshop, participants will learn tips for communicating in crucial moments and put their learning into practice with several role-playing scenarios. This workshop has been developed with the Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Recall factors that indicate a crucial conversation.
  • Execute leadership strategies for influential communication during role-playing scenarios pertinent to pharmacy practice.
  • Appraise the strategic communication efforts of colleagues during crucial conversation role-playing scenarios.
  • Develop a personal strategic communication plan to consider for use in future crucial conversations.

10:45 am

Networking Break


11:15 am

Preparing for Change: Understanding Value-Based Payment Models
Amanda Brummel, PharmD, BCACP, Director, Clinical Ambulatory Pharmacy Services, Fairview Pharmacy Services

Myriad government programs and policies drive today’s health care: Star Ratings, patient-centered medical homes, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System, alternate payment models, Comprehensive Primary Care Initiatives, and the Part D Enhanced Medication Therapy Management program. Can the emerging value-based payment models spell success for you as a pharmacy practitioner, manager, or owner? Find out from your colleagues who have made these models work — and secured their place in the future of health care payment and delivery.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe goals of value-based health care models.
  • Name key programs from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services such as the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, Merit-Based Incentive Payment System, Comprehensive Primary Care Initiatives, Star Ratings, and the Part D Enhanced Medication Therapy Management program.
  • Describe how pharmacists can impact quality measurement requirements in value-based health care models.

11:45 am

Advancing Patient Care and Pharmacy: Meeting Minnesotans' Health Care Needs — Southern Prairie Community Care
Liz Cinqueonce, Executive Director, Southern Prairie Community Care;
Wendy Augeson, MSN, RN, Integrated Care Program Director, Southern Prairie Community Care

Value-based care arrangements between payers, systems, and providers have evolved to meet Minnesotans' health care needs and continue to grow. Southern Prairie Community Care (SPCC) has built a multidisciplinary virtual network that is under contract with the Minnesota Department of Human Services as an Integrated Health Partnership (IHP). In this capacity, SPCC serves as a Medicaid ACO and has included comprehensive medication management services across a variety of systems and providers as a key strategy to drive quality and outcomes for attributed members. Learn how SPCC has used innovative ways to create health care teams to meet the health needs of the communities they serve.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:

  • Explain how SPCC is creating health care teams that serve the unique needs of local communities.
  • Discuss examples of how pharmacists are being integrated into this care model, including the value proposition that supports pharmacists’ inclusion.
  • Describe strategies to adapt the attendee’s pharmacy practice in order to participate in these new models.

12:30 pm

Networking Lunch


1:15 pm

Advancing MN Pharmacy: 2017 Advocacy Accomplishments & 2018 Plans
Jill Strykowski, Director of Pharmacy, Mercy & Unity Hospitals, Allina Health, Pharmacy Advocacy Task Force Co-Chair, MPhA Past President;
Jeff Lindoo, RPh, Thrifty White (retired), MPhA Public Affairs Committee Co-Chair, MPhA Past President

In this session, you will receive an update on PATF and Public Affairs activities and plans and have the opportunity to ask questions about the advocacy agenda.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:

  • List the MPhA, MSHP and Pharmacy Advocacy Task Force's 2017 legislative initiatives.
  • List the MPhA, MSHP and Pharmacy Advocacy Task Force's 2018 advocacy plans.
  • List three ways you will become involved in moving this agenda forward.

1:45 pm

House of Delegates Program

Welcome
Delegate Sign In, Introduction of Head Table, Swearing in of Delegates
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House
Anthony W. Olson, PharmD, MEd , University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, MPhA Vice Speaker of the House

Procedural Overview
Delegate Orientation to House Rules and Process
Terry Hietpas, Pharmacist, ProPharma Group, MPhA Parliamentarian

Credentials Committee Report on Quorum
Ernest Ruiz, MPhA Credentials Committee Chair

Adoption of House Rules
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House

State of the Organization, MPhA President’s Annual Report, and Treasurer’s Report
Molly Ekstrand, RPh, BCACP, AE-C, Medication Management Program Manager, Park Nicollet Health Services
Doug Lobdell, BSPharm, MPhA Secretary-Treasurer

Nominating Committee Report
Jeff Lindoo, RPh, Thrifty White (retired), MPhA Public Affairs Committee Co-Chair, MPhA Past President

Open Nominations for 2018 President-Elect, MPhA Speaker, Vice Speaker
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House

Introduction of Committee Co-Chairs
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House
Anthony W. Olson, PharmD, MEd , University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, MPhA Vice Speaker of the House

Policy Deliberation and Action
Policy Manual Review Subcommittee Report Follow-Up Recommendations. Proposals from the MPhA Board and Committees
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House
Anthony W. Olson, PharmD, MEd , University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, MPhA Vice Speaker of the House

Open Nominations for APhA Delegate(s) and NCPA Delegate(s) (may occur between policy proposals)
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House

Election of MPhA Speaker, Vice Speaker, APhA Delegate(s), NCPA Delegate(s) (may occur between policy proposals)

Consideration of New Business
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House
Anthony W. Olson, PharmD, MEd , University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, MPhA Vice Speaker of the House

Election Results MPhA Speaker, Vice Speaker, APhA Delegate(s), NCPA Delegate(s)
Ernest Ruiz, MPhA Credentials Committee Chair

Recognition of MPhA Past Presidents
Molly Ekstrand, RPh, BCACP, AE-C, Medication Management Program Manager, Park Nicollet Health Services

Presentation of the Green Jacket to Jeff Lindoo
Molly Ekstrand, RPh, BCACP, AE-C, Medication Management Program Manager, Park Nicollet Health Services

Installation and Swearing in of President Michelle Aytay and Board Members
Molly Ekstrand, RPh, BCACP, AE-C, Medication Management Program Manager, Park Nicollet Health Services

Presentation of President’s Gavel
Michelle Aytay, RPh, CDE, Region #21 Clinical Services, Walgreens Co., MPhA President-Elect

Incoming President’s Remarks
Michelle Aytay, RPh, CDE, Region #21 Clinical Services, Walgreens Co., MPhA President-Elect

Adjournment
Kati Dvorak, PharmD, Pharmacist, FirstLight Health System, MPhA Speaker of the House


5:00 pm

Past President & Leadership Awards Reception
Michelle Aytay, RPh, CDE, Region #21 Clinical Services, Walgreens Co., MPhA President-Elect


6:30 pm

Closing Note & Adjourn
Michelle Aytay, RPh, CDE, Region #21 Clinical Services, Walgreens Co., MPhA President-Elect


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