Wednesday January 25, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM MST
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Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell LLP 
370 17th St
Suite 4500
Denver, CO 80202

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Bo Donegan 
Colorado Defense Lawyers Association 

Join us for Understanding The Colorado Prescription Drug
Monitoring Program  

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 • 4pm • Happy Hour to Follow

CDLA Members Only

1 Hour CLE applied for

Practitioners in professional liability, particularly legal and medical malpractice, can benefit from understanding the Colorado Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. CPDMP data can be utilized in evaluating, questioning, or defending clients and witnesses. The program will be led by three experts on the CPDMP who will cover the following topics and more:

  • What is the CPDMP;
  • Who has access;
  • How does delegated access to staff members work;
  • Statistics on opioid epidemic in Colorado, and how CPDMP combats improper use;
  • How CPDMP works in conjunction with Colorado’s multi-disciplinary Opioid Policy;
  • How DORA uses CPDMP; and
  • “Push Notifications” to providers when a patient rises above “threshold” levels of opioid/schedule II prescriptions. 

Presented by
Mark O’Neill, R.Ph.
Program Manager
Colorado State Board of Pharmacy
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Chris M. Gassen, Pharm. D.
Pharmaceutical Inspector and Acting Program Director
Colorado State Board of Pharmacy
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Cory Everett
Deputy Director for Programs and Policy
DORA – Division of Professions and Occupations


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Professional Liability Committee

  • Jason Young, Board Liaison, Pearl Schneider
  • Joan Allgaier, Chair, Hall & Evans
  • Michele Choe, Vice-Chair, Wheeler Trigg & O'Donnell