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By some estimates, the U.S. spends as much money correcting medication problems as we do on the drugs themselves. Because clinical pharmacists are uniquely skilled at identifying and correcting medication issues, many health systems are deploying them in ambulatory care settings.
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As the health care landscape continues to evolve, traditional views on pharmacy services have shifted. Once just a cost center, pharmacy is now becoming a key part of advancing health systems' strategic goals.
From improving medication adherence to reducing hospital-acquired infections, pharmacists can play a significant role in critical organizational goals. Learn six pharmacist-led practices that can help improve patient outcomes and reduce overall health care spending.
Making an appointment to treat an illness still means waiting—on the phone, in the waiting room, and at the pharmacy. But it doesn't have to be this way. Start making changes to your medical group that patients will notice.
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Lindsay has been with the Research & Insights division of The Advisory Board Company since 2006. As a Managing Director, she conducts and oversees research for the Oncology Roundtable and the Pharmacy Executive Forum. More
Gina currently leads research studies for the Pharmacy Executive Forum on topics such as developing a system-wide pharmacy strategy, antimicrobial stewardship, and the role of pharmacists in successful population health management. More