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Additional studies by this Principal Investigator:
Evaluation of advanced technician roles and their placement in the medication reconciliation process under the guidance of a registered pharmacist- A home health collaboration

Community Pharmacist integration into team-based care provided by an Accountable Care Organization - A toolkit for future partnerships.

  
Principal Investigator Ashley Abode, PharmD
Co-investigator(s) Ryan Wheeler, Christy Holland
Project Title Community Pharmacist integration into team-based care provided by an Accountable Care Organization - A toolkit for future partnerships.
Grants Awarded Number 180
Status Grant Complete, 2018
Organization Realo Discount Drug
Location New Bern, North Carolina
Grant Category Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword Payment Model, ACO, Team-based Care
Grant Docs Poster | Poster | CPF Synopsis | Toolkit
Objectives 1-Create a model for the integration of a community pharmacist into the Accountable Care Organization care team 2-Approach an Accountable Care Organization about a potential partnership 3-Obtain access to the electronic health record on and off site 4-Educate providers and office staff about pharmacy services 5-Deliver comprehensive medication reviews and targeted disease state education sessions to patients by referral 6-Explore billable opportunities to sustain partnership 7-Create an implementation guide to assist community pharmacist in building future partnership with an Accountable Care Organization Model
Co-investigator(s)  

Ryan Wheeler, Pharm.D. | Creedmoor Drug
Durham, North Carolina

Christy Holland, PharmD | Realo Discount Drugs
Clayton, North Carolina
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