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Spotlight on the Safety Net: Dispensing Hope: North Carolina's Only Statewide Free Pharmacy Program for the Uninsured.


Health Care Systems and Transitions of Care: Implication on Interdisciplinary Pharmacy Services.

Effective medication management is critical to successful patient outcomes. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians working within North Carolina Health Systems provide a variety of services that aid in those successful outcomes. By leveraging the North Carolina Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner designation along with integrated health records, health system pharmacists are uniquely positioned to provide expert clinical support to patients. Services such as medication history collection, discharge medication di...

Payment Reform Meets Pharmacy Practice and Education Transformation.

The pharmacy profession has for the greater part of four decades been associated with dispensing activities and product reimbursement. This has hindered the ability of pharmacists to evolve their roles in their respective sites of care. Payment reform efforts that create an outcomes marketplace offer an opportunity for professional transformation.


The operation of a Research and Development (R&D) program and its significance for practice change in community pharmacy.

Community pharmacy practice in Australia is changing and Research and Development (R&D) in community pharmacy plays an important role in contributing to the changes. A range of Cognitive Pharmacy Services (CPS) were developed from R&D programs, yet their implementation has been minimal indicating slow practice change within community pharmacy. Given the vital role of R&D, little is known about the operation and the extent to which it has been effective in supporting practice change in community pharmacy.

Achieving Better Quality and Lower Costs in Medicaid Through Enhanced Pharmacy Services.

The Role of Pharmacists as Immunizers in North Carolina.

Pharmacists are well-equipped to provide information to other health care providers on immunizations that may benefit patients, and can administer these immunizations in the pharmacy setting. Pharmacists have positively impacted vaccination rates, especially among patients who infrequently visit other health care providers or have reduced access to care. North Carolina has expanded the list of vaccinations pharmacists can provide, which helps to promote disease prevention and improve population health.

46th ESCP symposium on clinical pharmacy "Science meets practice: towards evidence-based clinical pharmacy services", Heidelberg, Germany, October 9th-11th, 2017.

The Role of Pharmacists in the Opioid Epidemic: An Examination of Pharmacist-Focused Initiatives Across the United States and North Carolina.

A pharmacy presence on national, state, and local levels is helping to address the opioid epidemic. This article will comment on and examine how pharmacists are working together with the health care team and community to address the opioid crisis.

The Black Eagle pharmacy in Petrinja - first civil pharmacy on the territory of Banska krajina.

The Black Eagle pharmacy was founded in 1772 as a branch of the eponymous Karlovac pharmacy and was the oldest civil pharmacy on the territory of Banska krajina. Based on the archival sources, newspapers of the time, and the documentation preserved within the owner's family, its historical background and ownership chronology are presented in this paper. Special attention was dedicated to the Panac family, which led the pharmacy through four generations, from 1822 until 1950. The results of our research reso...

Optimizing the contributions of technicians in pharmacy practice-moving the pharmacy profession forward.

Genotypic and epitope characteristics of group A porcine rotavirus strains circulating in Canada.

Surveillance of Rotavirus A (RVA) infections in North America swine populations are limited and not performed over a significant time period to properly assess the diversity of RVA strains in swine. The VP7 (G) and VP4 (P) genes of 32 Canadian RVA strains, circulating between 2009 and 2015 were sequenced, identifying the G3P[13], G5P[7], G9P[7], G9[13], and G9[19] genotype combinations. The Canadian RVA strains were compared to the RVA strains present in the swine ProSystems RCE rotavirus vaccine. The compa...

Innovative Community Pharmacy Practice Models in North Carolina.

There are several different types and sizes of community pharmacies ranging from large chains to small individually owned pharmacies. Community pharmacies are located in supermarkets, drugstores, big box stores, and even shopping malls in neighborhoods across North Carolina. Pharmacists are the most accessible health professionals and the ones that many patients see most frequently. Many pharmacists provide services long after other health care professionals' offices have closed. The traditional role of the...

Development of a pharmacy resident rotation to expand decentralized clinical pharmacy services.

The development of a pharmacy resident rotation to expand decentralized clinical pharmacy services is described.

Value-Based Insurance Design Pharmacy Benefits for Children and Youth With Special Health Care Needs: Principles and Opportunities.

Value-based insurance design (VBID) represents an innovative approach to health insurance coverage. In the context of pharmacy benefits, the goal of VBID is to minimize access barriers to the most effective and appropriate treatments for specific medical conditions. Both private and public insurance programs have explored VBID pharmacy projects primarily for medical conditions affecting adults. To date, evidence for VBID pharmacy programs for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) appear...

Toward uniform standards for pharmacy technicians: Summary of the 2017 Pharmacy Technician Stakeholder Consensus Conference.

Factors affecting a face-to-face learning event.

Pharmacy professionals have multiple opportunities to attend learning events run by a series of providers. However, there has never been a large-scale evaluation of events. Currently, formats of learning sessions differ by provider with no optimum model identified. Pharmacy Education South London was formed in April 2014 for the provision of education and training for pharmacy professionals in South London, running sessions multiple times across various locations.

Community pharmacists' interest in and attitude to pharmacy practice research in Ethiopia: A cross-sectional study.

Pharmacy practice-research became an important component in the pharmacy practice. However, limited studies were conducted in sub-Saharan Africa to understand the pharmacists' interest and attitude towards pharmacy practice-research. We aimed to assess the community pharmacists' interest and attitude towards pharmacy practice-research in Ethiopia. A cross-sectional survey was conducted among community pharmacists in eight major cities in Ethiopia. A validated 25-item self-administered questionnaire covering...

Pharmacy refill data can be used to predict virologic failure for patients on antiretroviral therapy in Brazil.

Pharmacy adherence measures such as pharmacy dispensing ratios (PDRs) have previously been shown to be predictive of virologic outcomes. We aimed to determine the optimal interval of PDR assessment for predicting virologic failure for HIV-infected patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART).

The heights of French-Canadian convicts, 1780s-1820s.

This paper uses a novel dataset of heights collected from the records of the Quebec City prison between 1813 and 1847 to survey the French-Canadian population of Quebec-which was then known either as Lower Canada or Canada East. Using a birth-cohort approach with 10year birth cohorts from the 1780s to the 1820s, we find that French-Canadian prisoners grew shorter over the period. Through the whole sample period, they were short compared to Americans. However, French-Canadians were taller either than their c...

A national survey of clinical pharmacy services in county hospitals in China.

Clinical pharmacy is not only a medical science but also an elaborate public health care system firmly related to its subsystems of education, training, qualification authentication, scientific research, management, and human resources. China is a developing country with a tremendous need for improvements in the public health system, including the clinical pharmacy service system.

Public Perceptions, Expectations and Views of Community Pharmacy Practice in Kuwait.

This study was designed to determine public patterns for use of community pharmacy, perceptions of pharmacists, confidence and trust in pharmacists, expectations about the pharmacist roles, and to explore public views and satisfaction with the current pharmacy services.

Innovative models for providing clinical pharmacy services to remote locations using clinical video telehealth.

The use of videoconferencing and other telehealth technologies to expand access to clinical pharmacy services at multiple Veterans Affairs (VA) clinics in rural areas of Alaska and the northwestern United States is described.

Incremental Effect of the Addition of Prescriber Restrictions on a State Medicaid's Pharmacy-Only Patient Review and Restriction Program.

Patient review and restriction programs (PRRPs), used by state Medicaid programs to limit potential abuse and misuse of opioids and related controlled medications, often restrict members to a single pharmacy for controlled medications. While most states use a restricted pharmacy access model, not all states include restricted prescriber access. Oklahoma Medicaid (MOK) added a restricted prescriber access feature to its PRRP in July 2014.

Exploring the concept of patient centred communication for the pharmacy practice.

Background Patient centred communication can improve pharmaceutical care, but is not well described for pharmacists. Aim of the review To provide a comprehensive and accessible overview of the concept of patient centred communication for the pharmacy practice. Method A scoping review and thematic analysis was undertaken to synthesize the extracted data and present it in a model. Results Literature search and selection resulted in eighteen articles. Thematic analysis of the extracted data led to five categor...

The Effect of Formulary Restrictions on Patient and Payer Outcomes: A Systematic Literature Review.

Formulary restrictions are implemented to reduce pharmacy costs and ensure appropriate use of pharmaceutical products. As adoption of formulary restrictions increases with rising pharmacy costs, there is a need to better understand the potential effect of formulary restrictions on patient and payer outcomes.


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