Lessons Learned from an Integrated MTM Program

Published in: Pharmacy Today, Volume 23, Issue 4 (April 2017), Page 50

Posted on RAND.org on May 11, 2017

by Shira H. Fischer, Courtney Armstrong

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Holyoke Health Center's integrated medication management (IMM) program addresses medication adherence, improves coordination of care, and increases the role of the pharmacist in an integrated care setting. The pharmacy at Holyoke — a community, nonprofit, federally qualified health center in western Massachusetts — is a model for integrated care, with pharmacists playing key roles in decision making and charting.

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