Colleges of Pharmacy
Annually hosts three Pharmacy Summer Camps for high school students who are currently juniors.
Ohio BWC Version 5.1 Payer Sheets are available on this ACS website.
When you get to the website, look on the left side under "GO TO". This is a drop down box where you can then select "Payer Sheet". Scroll down and you will find the Payer Sheet for Ohio Worker's Comp.
AskYourDoctorOhio.com is designed to educate Ohioans about the medical malpractice insurance crisis, and provide ways every one of us can get involved in bringing about a solution.
The County Board of Elections Directory provides a complete listing of the board of elections for each county in Ohio. Your county board can provide you with the state and federal district you reside in.
Greater Columbus Convention & Visitors Bureau
Ohio’s Quality Innovation Network - Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) working with providers and communities on data-driven quality initiatives to improve patient safety and clinical care while reducing harm.
Ohio's Medicare Quality Improvement Organization
Living Wills can be very important for your family's security and peace of mind. The Franklin County Recorder's Office makes it easy to obtain up to date Living Will forms. You will be able to fill in your information and print your Living Wills free from the convenience of your home or office. Recorder Robert G. Montgomery has made the entire collection of the Ohio Bar Association approved "Advance Directive Forms" available to the general public via the internet. Online forms include: Choices, Do Not Resuscitate, Hospice Choice, Introduction, Living Will Declaration Notice to Declarant, Notice to Adult Executing this Document, Ohio's Health Care Power of Attorney, Organ & Tissue Donation. These are legal forms and Recorder Montgomery recommends that you always consult your attorney for legal advice.
These articles contain Workplace Safety information.
This year the most common type injury for our group members has been identified as Sprains & strains of the back. This article contains specific information to help you prevent this type of injury.
The DSH training center offers a variety of courses addressing:
- Industrial safety;
- Construction safety;
- Industrial hygiene;
- Safety management;
- Risk management.
All courses are offered on an open-enrollment basis to eligible Ohio businesses. Courses are designed to emphasize practical application of safety principles, development of a safety culture, current and proposed standards for regulatory compliance, risk and BWC programs.
Workplace Safety Information Articles
Ohio BWCGroup-Experience/Retrospective Rating Requirements/Program
Group experience and group retrospective safety program requirements
Group-Retrospective Rating 2 Hour Safety Training
The most valuable asset your organization has is its employees. By improving safety and preventing incidents, you can protect your work force while reducing your workers' compensation costs.
The ultimate key to controlling workers’ compensation costs lies in preventing workplace accident in the first place. The Ohio BWC can help employers do that. The 2012-2013 Safety Services Catalog describes the collection of free programs, services and resources available to help keep employees safe.
This electronic version is easily searchable by specific term/terms using the CNTRL + F keys.
Ohio Citizen Corps engages residents in homeland security and community preparedness through public education, outreach, training and volunteer programs. Americans are urged to take an active role in building safer, stronger and better-prepared communities. OMRC Fact Sheet 2008.pdf
The Ohio Healthcare Shortage Task Force was created in Ohio's budget bill and is based within the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). OPA's Executive Director, Ernie Boyd, is a member of the Task Force. The Task Force is required to submit a report to the Ohio Legislature by June, 2002, on what changes should be made to current scopes of practice, licensure requirements, training requirements, education incentives and additional other components of health care professions. Please take a look at the DRAFT report that ODH has released regarding their recommendations for the Task Force. OPA has some serious concerns with the elimination of scopes of practice and the creation of one licensure board for all health care personnel.
R.Ph. Volunteers Needed for OH Disasters
The Ohio Medical Reserve Corps (OMRC) is a group of volunteers focused on licensed health care professionals, pre-identified and willing to respond to an Ohio disaster or terrorist event. Participants include physician/psychiatrists, physician assistants, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, pharmacists, pharmacy interns, psychologists, licensed independent social workers, licensed independent clinical counselors, dentists, emergency medical service professionals and medical assistants. This link is to a fact sheet with details including information about joining the OMRC.
The Ohio Patient Safety Institute is a statewide effort that brings together all the stakeholders in patient safety to share data, resources, and expertise in order to improve the safety of patients in Ohio.
The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy’s new veterans and military families web page: www.pharmacy.ohio.gov/veterans. The site features information on Board approved benefits, including fee waivers, to veterans and their spouses to assist in obtaining or maintaining an Ohio license as a pharmacist or pharmacy intern.
The link above is to the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy's Background Check Summary for Pharmacy Technicians (04/08/2009). This summary includes information about the law, finger-printing, background checks and a link to "WebCheck".
The following website tells pharmacies where in each county pharmacy techs can get a background check.
APN master formulary, licensing verification and general information on APN prescribers.
Membership, meeting and organization information for the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy