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Population Health Outcomes, Medication Adherence, and Pharmacy Management Services
November 29, 2018, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CST
Sharrel Pinto, BS Pharm, DMM, MS, PhD, Hoch Family Endowed Professor for Community Pharmacy Practice, South Dakota State University. Dr. Pinto shares the results of the STOMPP study, a Study to Measure the Impact of Pharmacists and Pharmacy Services (STOMPP) on Medication Non-Adherence: Medication Adherence and Clinical Outcomes. The study compared the impact of various pharmacy-based services on medication adherence and clinical outcomes among subjects with type 2 diabetes receiving care within a regional integrated delivery network (IDN) with multiple community pharmacy practice sites and a practice group of endocrinologists. Patients experienced improved clinical outcomes and adherence rates when using blister packaging and medication therapy management services, individually and in combination.
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