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Creating a model for successful integration of a community pharmacist into the care transition process
Principal Investigator Christina Nunemacher, PharmD
Co-investigator(s) Sarah Jones, Sha-Phawn Williams
Project Title Creating a model for successful integration of a community pharmacist into the care transition process
Grants Awarded Number 181
Status Grant Complete, 2018
Organization Realo Discount Drug
Location Jacksonville, North Carolina
Grant Category Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword Care Transitions, HF, COPD, DM
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Objectives -Identify care transition needs in a local community that can be met by a community pharmacist. -Design a care transition program that utilizes the community pharmacist for patients being discharged from hospital to home. -Establish a formal partnership with a community hospital. -Obtain access to the hospitals electronic medical record. -Create a process for hospital staff to efficiently refer patients for care transition services. -Evaluate the impact of community pharmacist interventions on 30-day hospital readmission rates. -Explore payment model options that support sustainability of a community pharmacist-led care transition service. -Develop guidance on best practices for implementing a community pharmacist-led transition of care service.
Co-investigator(s)  

Sarah Jones, PharmD | Ritzman
Medina, Ohio

Sha-Phawn Williams, PharmD | The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
Columbus, Ohio
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