RxAdvanced: Anticoagulation Management
- Comprehensive program that prepares pharmacists to monitor and consult on medication management
- Regularly updated content that reflects progress in anticoagulant therapy
- 12 hours of ACPE-accredited training
$199 / year
CE Hours: 6 hours
Expiration: February 27, 2026
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Pharmacists must stay updated on the latest medication therapies, especially for diabetes, which affects around 37.3 million Americans (11.3% of the population). However, finding comprehensive and reliable training can be challenging.
We answer pharmacists’ call for diabetes education with RxAdvanced: Diabetes Monitoring & Management, 6 hours of ACPE-accredited training that offers interactive and engaging modules, continuing education (CE) credits, and completion certificates.
Review the various self-monitoring blood glucose (SMBG) technologies available to patients. Determine which patient factors to consider when recommending SMBG products and testing frequencies.
Learn how to evaluate self-monitoring blood glucose (SMBG) data patterns. Determine which strategies will help improve SMBG use and maximize patient outcomes.
Differentiate among continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technologies. Determine which patient factors to consider when recommending a CGM product.
Learn how to evaluate and interpret an ambulatory glucose profile.
Learn how to evaluate continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data, and how to use glucose patterns to adjust diabetes treatments.
Differentiate among the types of insulin pumps. Review the benefits of adding continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) with insulin pumps to improve patient outcomes.
Differentiate among insulin products. Determine which insulin products to recommend for patients with diabetes.
Learn about non-insulin therapies for patients with type 2 diabetes. Review how to intensify non-insulin therapies to better manage a patient with type 2 diabetes.
Learn about insulin-to-carb ratios (ICR) ratios and correction factor (CF) therapy for patients with type 1 diabetes. Review how to adjust insulin therapy using CI and CF in patients with type 1 diabetes.
Evaluate the available evidence demonstrating non-glucose outcomes with non-insulin therapy. Determine which diabetes patients would benefit from a specific therapy.
Learn how to initiate and intensify insulin therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes. Determine which diabetes medications to adjust when insulin is added.
Review hypoglycemia, and learn how to help patients identify, correct for, and avoid hypoglycemic episodes.
Centered around the provision of diabetes monitoring and treatment of complex patients, RxAdvanced: Diabetes Monitoring & Management is a 12-course curriculum that provides pharmacists with the skills needed to effectively advise patients and clinicians on how to use technology and pattern management to achieve improved glycemic control. It delivers training that is focused on innovative, and technology-driven techniques for treating complex diabetes patients, resulting in improved patient outcomes. Pharmacists can complete each course within the program online at their convenience 24/7.
In this 12-part program, pharmacists will: