HOW TO INTEGRATE A CLINICAL PHARMACIST
Plus, what to do if you’re participating in CPC+
In this four-part series, you’ll learn…
- A scalable alternative to an on-site pharmacist team that will turn your CMM strategy from a cost center to a profit center
- The nuts and bolts of how it’s done, so everyone wins — patients, providers and administrators
- An effective quality performance strategy — tried and true so you can move effortlessly from concept to execution
- CPC+ transformation bonus video: How to implement profitable, scalable and successful CMM initiatives for high satisfaction and concrete results (for CPC+ organizations only)
The complete video library
Get the complimentary video series on how and why to successfully integrate a clinical pharmacist into your organization
Video 1 – How to integrate a clinical pharmacist into your practice for free
Pharmacists are integral to an effective population health strategy. Learn a scalable alternative to an on-site pharmacist team that will turn your CMM strategy from a cost center to a profit center.
Video 2 – A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE to adding a pharmacist to your collaborative care team
Learn best practices for integrating pharmacist teams into provider groups across the country, so that everyone wins — the patients, providers and administrators.
Video 3 – QUALITY PERFORMANCE BENEFITS of virtual clinical pharmacists
We’ve evaluated every quality program out there to determine where pharmacists can have the biggest impact. In this video, we teach an effective quality performance strategy, so you can move effortlessly from concept to execution.
Bonus Video for CPC+ Transformation ONLY — Overview on CMM for CPC+ organizations
CPC+ practices are at the vanguard of care-delivery transformation. Learn how we’re partnering with CPC+ mandated organizations across the country to implement profitable, scalable and successful CMM initiatives that deliver high satisfaction and concrete results. (Note: The content in this webinar is extremely valuable and only available to CPC+ mandated professionals.)
Deliver a comprehensive medication management (CMM) program FOR FREE that
- Improves patient satisfaction
- Improves retention and patient stickiness
- Streamlines provider workflow & engagement
- Fulfills CMM requirements for CPC+
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Case study #1
78-year-old woman learns her
meds aren’t duplicated
One of our clinical pharmacists met with a 78-year-old woman to review her meds. The patient had been hospitalized recently for heart problems, her blood pressure wasn’t at goal, and she was unclear which meds she was supposed to be taking. Our pharmacist discovered the patient had stopped taking her amlodipine for BP because she thought she didn’t need it. She counseled about the use and need of amlodipine, convincing the patient to restart taking the medicine.
Case study #2
77-year-old man reduces risk of
painful gout flare-ups
An RxLive clinical pharmacist met with a 77-year-old man with a history of high blood pressure, kidney stones, gout, knee pain, and a new diagnosis of diabetes. He was concerned about several recent gout flares. Our pharmacist noted that the diuretic HCTZ he was taking for his high BP could be contributing to these flares and may also increase the risk of kidney stones. The patient agreed to a trial of an alternative medication, lisinopril, which has the added benefit of kidney protection.
We work with progressive healthcare organizations, employers and payers to integrate clinical pharmacists into the collaborative care team process.
Lower drug costs
Fewer side effects
Zero net cost
Improved patient satisfaction scores
Drives quality performances
Optimized drug spend
Managed specialty med usage
Improved satisfaction, lowered absenteeism