Alaskan Cruise

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Date(s) - August 1,2022 - August 8,2022
8:00 am - 1:00 pm


CRUISE INFO: please call us to assist with room reservation

Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas

 We have cabins reserved for our group. Balcony cabins $1195 per person plus tax and fees and gratuities based on double occupancy (Total $1780.64 per person). Please call us to assist with your reservation. If you make your reservation on your own, please let us know.  You will still need to register for the lectures at the bottom of this page. Seating is limited.

August 1, 2022—depart from Seattle

August 2nd—lecture day 8am to 1pm

Dr. Renee Jones, Pharm D.

Director of Pharmacy, Personal Physician Care

Renee Jones is a licensed pharmacist in the states of Florida and New Jersey. She began her career in healthcare in 2006 as the Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator of Hunterdon Medical Center and Assistant Professor at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University in New Jersey. She then relocated to South Florida to serve as the Pharmacy Operations Supervisor, Clinical Coordinator, and Residency Program Coordinator of Broward Health Medical Center for 8 years. During this tenure, her focus was to improve patient care, contain cost, and promote safe practices as it relates to Joint Commission standards and clinical guidelines. As the Director of Pharmacy Partnerships and Innovations at Nova Southeastern University, she worked with numerous providers, accountable care organizations (ACOs), and management services organizations (MSOs) to improve quality benchmark measures and initiate strategic plans related to annual wellness visits, chronic care management, incident to billing, post-acute discharge home visits, and transitional care medicine. She now practices as the Director of Pharmacy at Personal Physician Care. Her core responsibilities within the ACOs and MSOs is to reduce hospital admissions and ER visits, target high risk / high cost patients to improve morbidity and reduce costs, and supervise chronic care management and transitional care management teams.



  1.  Assess how population health and quality benchmark measures financially impact a medical organization.
  2. Educate pharmacists on Current Procedural Technology (CPT) codes that can be used by without provider status.
  3. Describe how Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Management Services Organizations (MSOs) can reduce health care costs and improve the quality of care.
  4. Identify numerous areas inwhich pharmacists have affected patient outcomes and cost savings using population health data.
  5. Discuss Medicare endorsed clinical programs that pharmacists can offer primary care provider using a financial pro forma.

August 3rd—Ketchikan, Alaska

August 4th—Sitka, Alaska

August 5th—Endicott Arm & Dawes Glacier / Juneau, Alaska

August 6th—lecture day 8am to 1pm



  1. Describe how COVID-19 impacted various methods of providing health care.
  2. Assess how home health services provided by pharmacists can reduce admissions and costs.
  3. Determine the role of a pharmacist in an interdisciplinary team of specialists.
  4. Identify how retail and hospital pharmacists can provide services to healthcare entities with full financial risk.
  5. Determine if creation and implementation of clinical pathways can impact population health in an outpatient environment.

August 7th—Victoria, British Columbia

August 8th—return to Seattle

topics to be determined


Ticket Type Price Spaces
Alaska 2-day ticket
10 hours of credit
Alaska 1-day ticket
5 hours of credit


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