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Consumer Perceptions of Point-of-care Testing
Principal Investigator Kenneth Hohmeier, PharmD RPh
Project Title Consumer Perceptions of Point-of-care Testing
Grants Awarded Number 174
Status Grant Complete, 2016
Organization University of Tennessee
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Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Point of Care Testing
Grant Docs CPF Synopsis | Presentation - PPT
Objectives Point-of-care testing POCT is an emerging patient care service for community pharmacists. However, despite fitting within the scope of practice of pharmacy and complimenting other patient care services offered in the community pharmacy, patients have been slow to embrace the service. Using the gold-standard in consumer preference research, conjoint-analysis will allow researchers at the University of Tennessee to identify 1 patient preferences on POCT service features 2 most important POCT service features 3 willingness-to-pay for POCT services. This information is vital for the community pharmacist to design and implement financially sustainable POCT programs.
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