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Complying with Georgia’s PDMP Updates: A Primer for Pharmacists and Technicians

Recent revisions to Georgia’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program signal new responsibilities for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians alike. But with new responsibility comes the potential for new penalties. Are you sure you understand what it takes to navigate the new system and stay compliant? Do your technicians?

Getting current on Georgia’s PDMP makes sense for everybody in the pharmacy profession. If you’re a pharmacy technician, it is a career advancer. If you’re a pharmacist manager, it protects your practice.

Sign up yourself and your technician staff today for training on this timely topic, taught by one of the movers behind the new law, GPhA’s Vice President of Public Policy, Greg Reybold.

One hour. $20 for members.

There is just one date left for live training!

Learning Objectives

After completing this training, learners will know how to:

Greg Reybold, JD | 0142-0000-16-054-L03-P/T | 1.5 hours | Release date: 07/09/2016

Not a GPhA Member? No problem! Go to GPhA.org/join. (Technicians, it’s only $25 for a membership!)

On Demand PDMP Training for CPE Credit

Complying with Georgia’s PDMP Updates: A Primer for Pharmacists and Technicians

On demand | Greg Reybold, JD | 0142-0000-16-054-H03-P/T | 1.5 hours | Release date: 07/09/2016

Recent revisions to Georgia’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program signal new responsibilities for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians alike. But with new responsibility comes the potential for new penalties. Are you sure you understand what it takes to navigate the new system and stay compliant?

Sign up for training on this timely topic, taught by one of the movers behind the new law, GPhA’s Vice President of Public Policy, Greg Reybold.

Learning Objectives

After completing this training, learners will know how to: