Optimizing Clinical Programs to Decrease Pharmaceutical Expenditures
Clinical Pharmacist-led Services
is spent on medications in the U.S. each year
is spent on the misuse, underuse & overuse of medications
People with chronic conditions generally use more health care services, including physician visits, hospital care and prescription drugs.
of Americans have at least one chronic condition
of healthcare spending is used to treat people with chronic conditions
of people with chronic conditions adhere to prescribed medication therapies
adverse events leading to hospitalizations are associated with medications
A collaborative pharmacy practice model can demonstrate clinical and economic outcomes, physician time saved and expansion of clinical pharmacy services in a primary care clinic.
EMPOWERMENT + PARTICIPATION = HEALTHY AGING
Areas of Expertise
Medication Optimization encompass patient-centered activities that improve health outcomes by addressing medication appropriateness, effectiveness, safety, adherence, and access.
Our model uses clinical pharmacists to provide an enhanced clinical approach that improves healthcare quality and cost savings. Our clinical programs are proven to decrease pharmaceutical expenditures by fully aligning our services through a proactive team approach to identify, manage and improve care through a comprehensive model.
Medication Reconciliation Post Discharge
Medication Reconciliation is a review of medications patients were prescribed at the hospital and comparing it against what they were taking prior to admission.
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring is an integral component of pharmaceutical care for selected patients based on their specific pharmacotherapy, disease state, related factors and treatment goals.
HEDIS and Core Measures
HEDIS Measures relate to many significant public health issues such as cancer, heart disease, smoking, asthma, and diabetes.