Changing the pharmacy practice model: A health-system executive's view

Taylor, Michael L.
June 2011
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;6/15/2011, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p1097
Academic Journal
The article offers a summary of a speech delivered by Michael L. Taylor at the Pharmacy Practice Model Summit held November 2010 in Dallas, Texas. He stated that health-system executives are faced with multiple challenges, and highlighted the four core competencies required by hospitals to succeed in the climate of national health insurance reform. Taylor also mentioned the importance of quality, safety and service, and the need for pharmacist leadership in hospitals during the transition.


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