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Additional studies by this Principal Investigator:
Effect of targeted disease state management counseling provided by a community pharmacist in clinic on readmission rates in congestive heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients.

Utilizing Pharmacy Technicians to Maximize Pharmacist Interventions in Home Health Services to Reduce hospital Readmissions

  
Principal Investigator Ashley Abode, PharmD
Project Title Utilizing Pharmacy Technicians to Maximize Pharmacist Interventions in Home Health Services to Reduce hospital Readmissions
Grants Awarded Number 206
Status In Study
Organization Realo Discount Drugs
Location New Bern, North Carolina
Grant Category Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword Workflow, Home Health, Quality Measures
Grant Docs N/A
Objectives This grant would work to develop a medication reconciliation process that is driven by a pharmacy technician but incorporates questions that could improve OASIS measures. The targeted population would be high risk to very high risk patients determined by the home health agencys analyzer. The workflow that is developed will have a pharmacist evaluate the information gathered and communicate findings to the home health nurse. Readmission rates under this program would be evaluated at the conclusion and a payment structure would be established.
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