Clinical pharmacy services (CPS) in the primary care setting have been shown to help patients attain treatment goals and improve outcomes. However, the availability of CPS in community-based primary care is not widespread. One reason is that current fee-for-service models offer limited reimbursement opportunities for CPS in the community setting. Furthermore, data demonstrating the value of CPS in this setting are limited, making it difficult for providers to determine the feasibility and sustainability of incorporating CPS into primary care practice.
Authors:Dahal A, McAdam-Marx C, Stout B, McWhorter LS
Journal/Publisher:J Manag Care Spec Pharm
Edition:Jun 2015. (6):452-68
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Citation:Dahal A, McAdam-Marx C, Stout B, McWhorter LS. The Effect Of A Diabetes Collaborative Care Management Program On Clinical And Economic Outcomes In Patients With Type 2 Diabetes. J Manag Care Spec Pharm. Jun 2015 (6):452-68