To help you better understand our pharmacist-led services, we’ve provided answers below to some of our most frequently asked questions.
Clinical pharmacists work directly with physicians, other health professionals, and patients to ensure that the medications contribute to the best possible health outcomes. Clinical pharmacists are educated and trained in many direct patient care environments, including medical centers, clinics, and other healthcare settings.
Medication Management is the process of overseeing the medications prescribed for a patient to ensure they are properly taken and achieving their planned, therapeutic outcome.
Pharmacogenomics analyzes how the genetic makeup of an individual affects their response to drugs.
A comprehensive medication review (CMR) is an encounter conducted face-to-face or via telephone between patients and their pharmacist. The pharmacist collects patient-specific information to identify medication-related issues and plans to resolve them alongside the patient and/or prescriber.
Chronic Care Management (CCM) is a critical component of primary care that contributes to better health and care for individuals.
Medication Reconciliation is a review of medications patients were prescribed at the hospital and comparing them against what they took prior to admission.
Medicare uses a Star Rating System to measure the performance of Medicare Advantage and Part D plans. Medicare scores how well health plans perform in several categories, including quality of care and customer service.
HEDIS (Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set) is a set of standardized performance measures developed by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) to objectively measure, report, and compare quality across health plans.
Although Anuco Rx serves a diverse client base, our typical clients consist of Health Plans, Employer Groups, Hospitals, Health Systems, Primary Care Clinics, Correctional Facilities, and other Health Technology Firms.