Pharmacy Medication Therapy Management Services and Reimbursement Options

Kelley, Lindsey R.; Vink, Jessica; Mark, Scott M.
May 2010
Hospital Pharmacy;May2010, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p420
Academic Journal
The Director's Forum series is written and edited by Robert Weber and Scott Mark and is designed to guide pharmacy leaders in establishing patient-centered services in hospitals and health systems. As more pharmacy boards are approving and endorsing medication therapy, management directors of pharmacy will need to understand mechanisms for payment for these services. This article provides some initial information for pharmacy directors in developing a strategy for financial support of pharmacy cognitive services.


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