Integration and compensation of pharmacists into primary care medical groups.

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Summary of "Integration and compensation of pharmacists into primary care medical groups."

To demonstrate the expansion of an outpatient pharmacy program within a health system via annual wellness visits (AWVs) and disease state management patient encounters at outpatient medical groups.


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Name: Journal of the American Pharmacists Association : JAPhA
ISSN: 1544-3450


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