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Rural Physician-Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreements Managing Patients in Supportive Living and Assisted Living Memory Care Facilities
Principal Investigator Mattie Haas, PharmD, MPA
Project Title Rural Physician-Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreements Managing Patients in Supportive Living and Assisted Living Memory Care Facilities
Grants Awarded Number 178
Status In Study
Organization Nauvoo Pharmacy
Location Nauvoo, Illinois
Grant Category Pharmacy Management & Ownership
Keyword CPA, Rural, Assisted Living
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Objectives Pharmacists in the states of Washington and California have been working within collaborative practice agreements since 1972 and 1979, respectively. Illinois pharmacists recently gained the authority to practice under collaborative practice agreements. However, pharmacists in the rural setting have not yet taken advantage of this authority to manage disease states. The overall objective of this study is to develop and implement a model physician-pharmacist collaborative practice agreement in the rural setting. This model will manage chronic disease states such as uncomplicated diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, anticoagulation monitoring, chronic heart failure, and associated co-morbidities for patients in the supportive living and assisted living memory care facilities. The costs for these pharmacist services will be shared by the facility, patients, community pharmacy, and eligible third party payers. Other billed services will include medication therapy management and immunizations. The specific aims of this project are to explore the impact of a pharmacist on patient health outcomes through identification and resolution of medication therapy problems and patient compliance. The expected outcome is a transferrable and sustainable model collaborative practice agreement resulting in improved patient care plan satisfaction and realized health outcomes. Rural pharmacists can use this model in reference to developing their own collaborative practice agreements.
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