Available Until 5/20/2023

Medication Reconciliation Certificate

Activity Type:  Application-based
Release Date:  May 20, 2020
Expiration Date: May 20, 2023
CE Credits: 15 hours
Activity Fee:  $445.00 /$545.00 member/non-member


Product Description

This self-guided, online program will provide 15 hours of ACPE continuing education for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, incorporating recorded presentations and readings. 

These 7 modules are designed to provide focused education on the essential and diverse skills required to take a medication history. These modules are designed for participants to increase their knowledge and skills in conducting the “best possible” medication history, customizing and implementing a medication history-taking program for their institution, and adhering to legal requirements. Upon completion of all the modules, participants should be proficient in conducting a medication history, knowledgeable about how to start and implement a medication history-taking program for their institution, and prepared to take PTCB’s Medication History Certificate examination.

Professional Certificate Requirement

Once a learner has successfully completed the educational content sequentially, he/she will have the opportunity to complete a 50-question comprehensive final exam. If the learner successfully completes the exam (minimum 80% passing rate; unlimited attempts are permitted), he/she earns the professional certificate.

Educational Activities

Learning Module


Credit Hours

The Role of Medication History-Taking

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Patient Safety and Quality Assurance

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Taking a “Best Possible” Medication History

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Critiquing Medication Histories

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Customization for Your Institution

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Medication History Program Implementation

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Legal Requirements and Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Preparation

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