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Kansas Council of Health-System Pharmacists (KCHP)

The mission of the Kansas Council Health-System Pharmacists is to advance public health by promoting the professional interest of Kansas pharmacists in health systems and other health care settings through:

  • Fostering well-trained, competent pharmacists and pharmacy personnel
  • Developing and conducting programs for maintaining and improving the competence of pharmacists and pharmacy personnel
  • Disseminating information on professional development and rational drug use
  • Improving communication among pharmacists, other members of health-care industry, and the public
  • Fostering rational drug use in health systems, and
  • Pursuing any other lawful activity that may be authorized by the KCHP Board of Directors

KCHP offers educational opportunities at the state and district level. Resource information is provided via the group's website at www.kchponline.org.

Annual membership dues range from $125 - $20. To learn more about KCHP, contact: Greg Burger, KCHP president at (785) 505-6445; or Chad Austin, KCHP liaison at (785) 233-7436. For more information on KCHP, visit their website at www.kchponline.com.

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Join us for a Noon Briefing on Thursday, Nov. 30, when Casey Johnson, sr. product marketing associate, hospital services, athenahealth, will cover Meaningful Use Stage 3 and the programs objectives, goals and requirements. Johnson will share tips and tricks to help set your organization up for success and avoid penalties. At the end of this webinar, a team of Meaningful Use experts will be available to answer questions.
For more information regarding this event, contact the KHA Education Department at (785) 233-7436.
For more information regarding this meeting, contact Steve Poage at (785) 233-7436.
Join the Kansas Hospital Association for a Noon Briefing on Wednesday, Dec. 6, when Julie Roth, partner, Spencer Fane LLP, will provide an overview of a hospitals basic obligations under EMTALA and specifically address how an individuals location affects a hospitals EMTALA duties.
For more information regarding this event, contact Tish Hollingsworth or Dee Lewis at (785) 233-7436.