1-Identify Kansas prescription drug monitoring program goals and utilization benefits
2-Apply best practices for how and when K-TRACS should be used in clinical decision-making
3-Discuss current statewide controlled substance prescribing trends
4-Understand safe prescribing practices and consult available resources
Gayle Donaldson, MBA and LaTonyua, BS, Pharm D, BCGP disclose that neither has relevant financial relationships with any organization producing, marketing, reselling or distributing health care goods or services consumed by or used on patients relative to the content of this presentation.
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Gayle Donaldson, MBA graduated with a BA in Communication Studies from Fort Hays State University and an MBA from Baker University. She has more than 10 years' experience in journalism, public relations, marketing, public information, graphic design and project management. She is currently the Public Information Officer at the Kansas Board of Pharmacy.She manages the K-TRACS website and social media prescence as well as creating public information healthcare professionals and consumers regarding the state's prescription drug monitoring program.
LaTonyua Rice, BS, Pharm D, BCGP graduated from Kansas Newman College with both a BS in Chemistry and a BA in Biology. She received her Pharm D from the University of Missouri and has been a pharmacist for more than 30 years. She is now with the Kansas Board of Pharmacy as a k-TRAC Clinical Pharmacist/Investigator. Rice researches and investigates potential cases of drug diverson as part of the Kansas Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (K-TRACS). She researches and identifies patients with the potential for substance use disorder, prescription misuse, or dangerous prescribing patterns and recommends, develops, and implements prescriber and pharmacy guidelines for clinical practice based upon investigations of controlled substance misuse and diversion in collaboration with K-TRACS.