Health system views pharmacist as vital to coordinated care

Thompson, Cheryl A.
December 2009
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;12/1/2009, Vol. 66 Issue 23, p2067
Academic Journal
The article reports on the importance of pharmacists in the health system in Minnesota. It states that the Lakewood Health System has been offering a select patients a medical home with a pharmacist where it started in early 2008. According to pharmacist Julie Moriak that the health system is absorbing the cost of her providing services to patients while the Lakewood Health System believes in the medical home.


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