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Community Pharmacy Cohort within the AIMM Collaborative
Principal Investigator Todd Sorensen, Pharm.D.
Project Title Community Pharmacy Cohort within the AIMM Collaborative
Grants Awarded Number 146
Status Grant Complete, 2016
Organization Alliance for Integrated Medication Management
Location Minneapolis, Minnesota
Grant Category Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword Performance Improvement, AIMMc
Grant Docs CPF Synopsis | Report | Poster
Objectives The Alliance for Integrated Medication Management Collaborative AIMMc is a national effort to coordinate health care by integrating team-based medication management services into the care of high-risk, high-cost patients suffering from multiple chronic health conditions. In order to model and evaluate the impact of collaborative relationships between community pharmacy and primary care practitioners, we proposes to create a cohort of 7-12 AIMMc teams focused on delivering integrated medication management services and are committed to sharing the results of their work with a national audience. Organizations enrolled in this cohort would meet defined criteria for integrating the role of community pharmacists in to team-based care, agree to track outcomes of patients served within a defined population of focus and commit to sharing results with AIMMc teams and external stakeholders via publications and presentations.
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