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Grant Title: Evaluation of the Impact of Community Pharmacy-Based Medication Synchronization on Patient Adherence
Grants Awarded Number
150
Status
Grant Complete, 2016
Organization
Ateb, Inc.
Location
Raleigh, North Carolina
Grant Category
Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword
Appointment Based Med Synchronization
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CPF Synopsis
Objectives

Program Objectives:1. Implement a medication synchronization program among an intervention group of 1,000 patients of community pharmacies within a multistate region2. Measure the impact of synchronization on medication adherence, as measured by PDC, of the intervention group as compared to a control group3. Assess the impact of medication synchronization on first fill abandonment4. Analyze the medication synchronization impact on gaps in therapy5. Evaluate the impact of medication synchronization on Medicare Star Ratings6. Assess the impact of medication synchronization on evolution of community pharmacy practice to an appointment-based,longitudinal chronic care model 7. Publish and disseminate impact of medication synchronization on adherence and the value of community pharmacy adherence initiatives in improving quality measures

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  • Applicant:
    Rebecca Chater
    RPh MPH
    Ateb, Inc.