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Hypertension Medication Therapy Management Provided Through a Medical Building Community Pharmacy
Principal Investigator Steven Chen, Pharm.D., CDM
Project Title Hypertension Medication Therapy Management Provided Through a Medical Building Community Pharmacy
Grants Awarded Number 39
Status Grant Complete, 2012
Organization University of Southern California School of Pharma
Location Los Angeles, CA
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Hypertension
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Objectives 1. To identify hypertensive patients, particularly seniors, who are receiving sub-optimal treatment including patients who have not met blood pressure BP goals, patients who have compelling indications for particular antihypertensive drugs that are not being prescribed, or patients suffering from adverse drug effects. 2. To provide Medication Therapy Management Services to sub-optimally treated hypertensive patients that will lead to improved clinical outcomes as determined by attainment of blood pressure goal, use of antihypertensive medications appropriate for concomitant compelling indications, and resolution of adverse drug effects. 3. To improve compliance with antihypertensive drug therapy as measured by medication possession ratio MPR changes following MTMS enrollment.
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