PipelineRx is one of the fastest growing medication management companies in the market today. Serving hospitals, health systems, and specialty care settings across the nation, we develop and deliver proprietary pharmacy software, telepharmacy services, and clinical solutions for an end-to-end approach to medication management.
By pairing our clinical pharmacy services with technology, we help healthcare facilities create new delivery models to gain greater efficiency, better cost control, and improved patient outcomes. This is what has made PipelineRx one of the fastest growing pharmacy technology and services providers in the U.S.
We are committed to the success of our clients and the patients they serve.
We operate with integrity, and deliver on our promises.
We aim for excellence in all that we do.
We are relentless in the pursuit of better pharmacy performance.
We provide insights informed by data; and value open communication.
As our industry evolves, we anticipate and grow with it to help our clients succeed.
Formerly a staff pharmacist with Indiana University Health, Neil is based in Denver where he currently serves multiple hospitals and health systems as an Implementation Manager for PowerGridRx.
Check out upcoming ACPE accredited live CE Webinars for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians. You can also receive Home Study Credit with the past webinars below.
Friday, October 25, 2019
Friday, November 8, 2019
CE webinar available for home study until October 11, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. This presentation will focus on the use of neuromuscular blocking agents and their specific use in critically ill patients. The management and indication of NMBAs in acute respiratory distress syndrome as well as rapid sequence intubation will be discussed. Pharmacokinetic implications and pearls will be reviewed as it implies to the indication for use of each agent. Evidence based recommendations will be discussed along with supportive care measures associated with using neuromuscular blocking agents.
CE webinar available for home study until September 20, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. This continuing education presentation will focus on the use of aspirin for primary prevention in cardiovascular disease (CVD). The epidemiology and pathophysiology of CVD will be discussed along with the role of aspirin in this setting. Historical and recent primary literature and guideline recommendations surrounding the use of aspirin for primary prevention of CVD will be reviewed. Current guideline recommendations and primary literature will be applied through patient case vignettes.
CE webinar available for home study until September 14, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. This presentation will focus on common cancer-related infections and risk factors for immunosuppression. Antimicrobial strategies for the prevention of bacterial, fungal, and viral infections will be discussed. Evidence-based recommendations will be summarized and demonstrated using a patient case.
CE webinar available for home study until June 14, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. A review of normal liver function and anatomy, mechanisms of injury for reversible causes of acute liver failure. The pharmacological and non-pharmacological management of acute liver failure will also be discussed.
CE webinar available for home study until May 17, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. Focus on venous thromboembolism (VTE) treatment in oncology patients. Identification of current treatment recommendations. Patient-specific factors that can affect the selection of treatment agents will also be discussed.
CE webinar available for home study until May 1, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. Review of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) including pathophysiology and complications.
CE webinar available for home study until April 19, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. This continuing education presentation discusses the significance, adverse effects, physiologic changes, and pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic medication changes associated with targeted temperature management.
CE webinar available for home study until April 30, 2022.
Presented by PipelineRx. This continuing education presentation is a refresher on pediatric knowledge specifically targeting pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to help prevent further medication errors from occurring in this population.
CE webinar available for home study until February 21, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. This continuing education presentation will highlight various conundrums associated with direct acting oral anticoagulants. The conundrums will consist of topics such as renal dosing, dosing in obese patients, and more. Each conundrum will be presented and then discussed using current literature. Following a review of the literature, a recommendation for clinical practice application will be presented based on evidence from the literature.
Home Study Instructions
CE webinar available for home study until February 14, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. This presentation will define angioedema, identify the different types of angioedema as well as the severity and epidemiology of angioedema. The pathophysiology of each kind of angioedema will be described. Primary literature relating to angioedema will be outlined and discussed. Finally, various patient case scenarios will be used to reinforce the learning objectives.
Home Study Instructions
CE Webinar available for home study until January 18, 2022.
Presented by Carilion Clinic and PipelineRx. This patient case presentation will focus on the epidemiology, pathophysiology, symptoms and risk factors for multiple sclerosis (MS). The management of acute exacerbations of MS will be discussed along with standard therapy for chronic MS. The complexity of infectious complications of MS will be explained in terms of screening, prophylaxis, and management. Evidence-based recommendations for MS management will be summarized and demonstrated using a patient case.
Home Study Instructions
If you are excited about the intersection of pharmacy and technology, we want to hear from you! Our diverse team is comprised of clinical pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, informaticists, software engineers, integration experts, and sales professionals with healthcare IT experience.