Ken Baker is a pharmacist, lawyer, and former general counsel and senior vice president of Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Company. Ken Baker advises clients in pharmacy law and regulation, risk management, insurance and pharmacy quality programs, and reduction of medical errors. Ken Baker is of counsel and a pharmacist consultant with the Phoenix law firm of Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros, PA. He is licensed to practice law in Indiana.
 
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Ken Baker, pharmacist consultant and attorney, advises clients in pharmacy law and regulation, risk management, insurance and pharmacy quality programs, continuous quality improvement (CQI), and reduction of compounding and medical errors

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Committed to helping pharmacists across the country, Ken Baker devotes considerable time and energy to speaking nationally on pharmacy risk management and pharmacy law issues for the benefit of pharmacists, pharmacy schools and state pharmacy associations. Ken Baker's seminars and presentations include:

  • "Changing Liability Issues for Hospital Pharmacists: Protecting Yourself and Your Hospital," American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), December 2009

  • "The Intersection of Legal and Professional Ethics: The Attorney's Role in Advising Clients Regarding Professional Commitments," American Society for Pharmacy Law (November 2009) 

  • "The Law of Pharmacy Compounding" (2008) Listener comments

  • "The Essentials of Pharmacy Malpractice" (2008) Listener comments

  • "Reducing Dispensing Errors: Quality Control Measures in Managed Care" and "Current Legislative Initiatives Impacting Pharmacy" (2008) (PowerPoint)

  • "Ethics & Pharmacy, a Study of Ethical Principles as Applied to Pharmacy Practice" (2008) Listener comments

  • "Medication Errors: Analyzing the Risks & Starting the Process" (2008)

  • "Pharmacy Practice in Legal Terms" (2007) Listener comments

  • “Pharmacists’ Duty to Warn: Suggesting a Balance between No Duty and Undoable Duty,” co-presenter, American Society for Pharmacy Law, Duquesne University (2007)

  • "The Law of Compounding Pharmacy" (2007) Listener comments

  • “Compounding Pharmacy & Accreditation,” FDLI (2006)

  • “Pharmacy Compounding Law,” Seminar, American Society for Pharmacy Law (2006)

  • “Update on Pharmacy Compounding Law,” American College of Apothecaries (2006)

  • “Pharmacy, Law & Health Care Reform,” Midwest Pharmacy Conference

  • “Law and Ethics: An Interactive Look at What We Believe,” Ohio Society of Health System Pharmacists

  • “Pharmacist Liability: Causes & Prevention and the Effects of OBRA 90 on Pharmacist Liability,” University of Iowa School of Pharmacy Alumni Day Continuing Education

  • “After OBRA: The Future of Pharmacist Liability,” MediSpan Users Annual Meeting

  • “Pharmacist Liability: How to Not Get Sued,” Duquesne University School of Pharmacy Alumni Weekend

  • “The Duty to Warn: Whose Liability Is It?” Panel Discussion, Moderator and script author, National Counsel on Patient Information and Education Annual Meeting

  • “The Effects of OBRA 90 on Pharmacist Liability,” Food Marketing Institute

  • Other representative groups: University of Iowa, California Pharmacists Association, Nebraska Pharmacist Association, University of Missouri at Kansas City, Drake University, Georgia Pharmacists Association, Midwest Pharmacy Law Conference; Kansas Society of Hospital Pharmacists; Missouri Society of Hospital Pharmacists; Texas Pharmacists Association, University of Minnesota; Washington State Pharmacists Association, Ohio Society of Health System Pharmacists

 

 

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