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Get the medications right:

New report looks at comprehensive medication management and the role of the pharmacist in patient care

Over the last two decades, comprehensive medication management has emerged as a practice to improve outcomes, control costs and enhance the satisfaction of clinicians and patients alike.


A new report from Health2 Resources and Blue Thorn Inc., Get the medications right: a nationwide snapshot of expert practices--Comprehensive medication management in ambulatory/community pharmacy explores the role of the clinical pharmacist CMM practices in the community setting.


Sponsored by a grant from the Community Pharmacy Foundation, the report is based on completed responses from 618 practitioners and program directors from 45 states and Puerto Rico as well as interviews with leaders from 15 CMM practices. It offers deep insights into CMM services identifying factors contributing to--and inhibiting practice success.


Learn more about Principle Investigator Terry McInnis, MD, MPH, FACOEM or Project Director Katherine H. Capps.


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In-depth research and analysis has been a focus of Health2 Resources for more than a dozen years. From commissioned reports to our own published body of work on health care trends, to the many issue briefs, research reports and macro-environmental analyses we produce for our clients, the approach is the same. We closely examine the issues and drivers, and then clearly translate their implications--for business, consumer, government and industry audiences.

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Examples include Core Value, Community Connections: A Guide to Care Coordination in the Medical Home, sponsored by the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative, and the Better to Best stakeholder meeting and report sponsored by The Commonwealth Fund, Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and the Milbank Memorial Fund. Other reports are available here.

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