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New Resource from CDC on Pharmacists in Team Based Care

Wednesday, December 4, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Adam Jones
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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released a set of tools to inform health care providersdecision-makersinsurers, and pharmacists about the role of pharmacists in team based care. These documents, called translational tools because they translate the research about pharmacists’ patient care services into a guide for policy change, include strategies and case examples of how pharmacists and other health care providers can better serve patients through collaborative practice agreements and collaborative drug therapy management. The translational tools were developed with content from the APhA Foundation’s consortium on collaborative practice agreements and pharmacists’ patient care services held in January of 2012. More information about these resources can be found in the APhA Foundation’s press release and on the CDC’s website.

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