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Erica Wilson

PharmD

Dr. Erica Wilson has been in the pharmacy field for more than 10 years and has worked with patients of all ages and backgrounds, helping them to understand their medications and medical conditions while optimizing therapeutic outcomes and detecting any medication-related problems. She focuses on collaborating with the patient and health care providers to develop and achieve optimal goals of medication therapy.

Erica is from Sarasota, Florida, and resided there until she attended the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, to receive her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science. She earned her Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) at South University in Savannah, Georgia. She has practiced in Bradenton, Florida, as a retail pharmacy manager for the past five years. She has extensive experience with the elderly population in her current practice.

She is an active member of APhA and Rho Chi Honor Society. She has considerable experience training pharmacy students and other pharmacists.

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Home Care Medication Management: Performing Medication Reconciliation

Presented by Erica Wilson, PharmD

Home Care Medication Management: Performing Medication Reconciliation

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Video Runtime: 37 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 24 Minutes

Medication-related problems are common among patients, especially those who have multiple disease states and complex medication histories. The management of patient medications can be a challenge for all health care practitioners in both the hospital and home care settings. This course will discuss the need for conducting a thorough and effective medication reconciliation. The steps to perform a medication reconciliation will be discussed in detail, including how to conduct a structured patient interview. Tips on how to make the medication reconciliation process more effective will be provided, and relatable case reviews will be demonstrated. This course is applicable to nurses, therapists, social workers, and any other health care professionals interacting with patients in home health and/or hospice settings.

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Polypharmacy Implications in Home Care: Part One

Presented by Erica Wilson, PharmD

Polypharmacy Implications in Home Care: Part One

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Video Runtime: 38 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 24 Minutes

More than 77 million baby boomers have reached their 70s, according to a 2017 nationwide survey. An aging population is often associated with complex medication regimens and negative effects that are too frequently ignored. Polypharmacy is a growing concern in our health care system, both in elderly and other special populations. This course identifies and discusses factors that contribute to polypharmacy to provide clinicians with an understanding of the possible negative effects on patient health. This course is the first part of a two-part series. Part Two goes on to discuss how to reduce polypharmacy using evidence-based tools. This course is applicable to all health care professionals who interact with patients in home health and/or hospice settings.

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Polypharmacy Implications in Home Care: Part Two

Presented by Erica Wilson, PharmD

Polypharmacy Implications in Home Care: Part Two

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Video Runtime: 31 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 23 Minutes

More than 77 million baby boomers have reached their 70s, according to a 2017 nationwide survey. An aging population is often associated with complex medication regimens and negative effects that are too frequently ignored. Polypharmacy is a growing concern in our health care system, both in elderly and other special populations. This course is the second part of a two-part series and should be taken after Part One has been completed. This course discusses methods and solutions to overcome challenges faced in polypharmacy, including the medication reconciliation and deprescribing processes. There is an in-depth discussion on how to use evidence-based tools such as the Beers Criteria to reduce polypharmacy and assess for potentially inappropriate prescribing. A relatable case review is included. This course is applicable to all health care professionals who interact with patients in home health and/or hospice settings.

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Home Care Medication Management: Improving Medication Reconciliation

Presented by Erica Wilson, PharmD

Home Care Medication Management: Improving Medication Reconciliation

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.
Video Runtime: 37 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 24 Minutes

Medication-related problems are common among patients, especially those who have multiple disease states and complex medication histories. The management of patient medications can be a challenge for all health care practitioners in both the hospital and home care setting. This course will review the steps of the medication reconciliation as discussed in Part One of the series, titled Home Care Medication Management: Performing a Medication Reconciliation. It will include a detailed discussion of the barriers to an effective medication reconciliation and other areas in which the process may fail. This is followed up by how to overcome these hurdles and strategies to improve the process. A relatable case review is provided. This course is applicable to nurses, therapists, social workers, and any other health care professional interacting with patients in home health and/or hospice settings.

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