Managing Your Medications
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Managing Your Medications

A comprehensive system to organize, label and record your medications and medical expenses complete with worksheets
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Last updated 3/2017
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Includes:
  • 33 mins on-demand video
  • 10 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the benefits of using a process to manage medications
  • Develop an inventory listing of all current medications
  • Label all medications for easy access
  • Establish a schedule by which to take medications
  • Determine the best time to refill prescriptions
  • Create a list of medications and questions in preparation for a doctor visit
  • Develop a list of medical expenses to be used for tax return
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Requirements
  • Read and understand English
  • Have a pencil and paper OR computer with Excel or Word handy depending on how you would like to enter data after the course
Description

If you or someone you know takes prescription or over-the-counter medications, this is an excellent course to learn how to organize, manage and reorder medications. In addition, the process includes organizing medical expenses and balancing accounts. And, you'll be pleased to see how easy it will be to file your tax returns and have your medical deductions already calculated. This course will help you be more knowledgeable about your medications and more efficient in the way your keep track of them. 

What will I learn?

  • How to create a complete and organized list of all current medications, doses and times and conditions to be taken so you are always taking medications properly
  • How to use the medications list to schedule prescription reorders
  • How to label all types of medication containers for easy identification
  • How to prepare for a doctor visit with a complete list of medications and appropriate questions 
  • How to record and categorize all medical expenses for use in filing your tax return
  • How to reconcile medical expense accounts with bank and/or credit card 
Who is the target audience?
  • People currently taking medications
  • Persons managing medications for a family member
  • Caretakers who administer or manage medications for a patient
  • Doctors and/or nurses that manage or administer medications to patients
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Curriculum For This Course
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Managing Your Medications
11 Lectures 32:52

This lecture is an excellent overview of the benefits of using this Medication Control Process to manage your medications. 

Preview 02:37

Lecture 1: Introduction to Managing Your Medications
1 question

This lecture describes a process and format to create a comprehensive list of your current prescription and over-the-counter medications. Worksheets are included in the Resources section.

Preview 06:18

Lecture 2: Listing Medications
2 questions

This lecture includes a simple but important method for labeling each medication for easy identification. 

Lecture 3: Labeling Containers
02:19

Lecture 3: Labeling Containers
1 question

This lecture includes a process to prepare for a doctor visit by using your medication list and preparing with appropriate questions. A worksheet is included in the Resources section. 

Lecture 4: Creating a Medication List for a Doctor Visit
02:59

Lecture 4: Creating a Medication List for a Doctor Visit
1 question

This lecture provides a template for reviewing possible medication side effects with your doctor. A worksheet is provided in the Resources section. 

Lecture 5: Reviewing Medications with Your Doctor
02:16

Lecture 5: Reviewing Medications with Your Doctor
1 question

This lecture outlines how to create a chart of accounts to categorize your medication expenses for your tax return. A worksheet is provided in the Resources section. 

Lecture 6: Creating a Chart of Accounts
02:25

Lecture 6: Creating a Chart of Accounts
1 question

This lecture demonstrates how to keep track of paid medical bills to use for your tax returns. A worksheet is included in the Resources section. 

Lecture 7: Paid Medical Bills for Your Tax Return
02:25

Lecture 7: Paid Medical Bills for Your Tax Return
1 question

This lecture outlines how to maintain a record of miles traveled to doctor appointments to be used for your tax returns. A worksheet is included in the Resources section. 

Lecture 8: Record Miles to and from Doctor for Your Tax Return
02:16

Lecture 8: Record Miles to and from Doctor for Your Tax Return
1 question

This section provides a helpful reference to keep track of bills paid to others to help manage expenses. A worksheet is included in the Resources section. 

Lecture 9: Other Bills
02:25

Lecture 9: Other Bills
1 question

This lecture provides a step-by-step process to reconcile checking account and credit card accounts. Worksheets are included in the Resources section. 

Lecture 10: Balancing Daily Check Clearing and Credit Card Statement
04:59

Lecture 10: Balancing Daily Check Clearing and Credit Card Statement
1 question

This final lecture is a short recap of the process. 

Preview 01:53
About the Instructor
Mr. Walter G. Kazragis
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Operations Consultant

Senior executive recognized for driving top and bottom line performance. Operations officer for a $300 million distribution company; managed over 500 union and non-union employees.

Industry experience in hospitality and wine and spirits, including distribution.

Results include the best turnover rate in the United States and the establishment of marketing processes and controls that resulted in the savings of over $2.7 million in the first year. 

Currently consulting in all functional areas including distribution, marketing, purchasing, IT, labor relations, and administration. My specialty is in small and mid-size businesses that need operations and marketing support.

Specialties: Operations - Warehouse and Delivery Productivity
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