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Pharmacist Intervention to Reduce Drug-related Readmissions Among the Elderly

This randomized controlled trial primarily investigates if a clinical pharmacist intervention can reduce drug-related readmissions among patients >75 years. The intervention targets the transfer between hospital and primary care. In brief, the intervention includes medical chart reviews and patient interviews during a period of 180 days.

Impact of Pharmacist in Cardiology Service on Diabetic Patient's Care Management

The coverage of the diabetes is a multidisciplinary care, with practitioners' implication(hospital and liberal), and other medical and paramedical profession: doctor, pharmacist, male nurse, nutritionist, etc. In fact there is a real importance of link between hospital and general medecine outside. That's why the pharmacist's presence during the hospitalization seems to be a good alternative to make the link between hospital and the outside pharmacist where patient take his tre...

Pharmacist Role in HF Patients Transition of Care

To assess the effectiveness of pharmacist's provided education in HF patients, in improving patients' knowledge and self-efficacy, and to assess the impact of this intervention on the rate of hospital readmission and emergency visits at 30-days, 60-days and 90-days after discharge.


The ACHIEVA Study of Enhanced Pharmacist Care on Antidepressant Use and Response

This a comparative study of enhanced pharmacist care and regular care of patients starting on antidepressants. When providing participants with enhanced care pharmacists will use the Health Professional's Antidepressant Communications Tool (Health PACT) a minimum of three times during face-to-face discussions. This tool was developed specifically for this study. All participants will be followed for 26 weeks and will be assessed for duration of use of their antidepressant, adhe...

Pharmacist-led Intervention on Adherence in Patients Undergoing Treatment With an Oral Oncology Medication

Boston Medical Center provides care to cancer patients on oral cancer medications through the use of Boston Medical Center Specialty Pharmacy (BMC SP). The use of oral medications in cancer treatments is relatively new and unfortunately, very little is known about adherence in cancer patients. This study will evaluate the influence of a pharmacist-driven medication management program on adherence and persistence rates. Boston Medical Center's Specialty Pharmacy Adherence Progra...

Patient Pathway Pharmacist - Optimal Drug-related Care

Medication errors represent the most common cause of patient injury and one of the most frequently reported health related deviation in Norway. The addition of a dedicated clinical pharmacist throughout the hip fracture patient pathway (patient pathway pharmacist) is believed to improve patient safety and ensure optimal drug-related patient care. The pharmacist will perform medication reconciliation at admission to hospital, medication review after surgery and assist physicians...

Patient-Centered Pharmacist Care in the Hemodialysis Unit: A Quasi-Experimental Interrupted Time Series Study

Nonadherence to medications by patients requiring hemodialysis (HD) leads to unfavorable clinical outcomes.Limited data exist on the influence of pharmacists on pharmacoadherence by patients requiring HD. Therefore, we assessed the impact of patient-centered pharmacist care through the implementation of concepts of Medication Therapy Management (MTM) and motivational interview (MI) on pharmacoadherence and its outcomes in patients requiring HD.

Pharmacist-Initiated Intervention Trial in OsteoArthritis (PhIT-OA)

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a major public health concern. Currently, there are at least 3 million Canadians afflicted with this condition with a 50% increase predicted by 2020. It is estimated that 85% of Canadians are afflicted with OA by age 70. As such, using the current health care structure, it is doubtful that the health system can keep pace with this increasing demand. Alternative health care delivery strategies must be investigated. The purpose of this study is to assess...

Impact of Pharmacist Intervention on Disease Knowledge, Rehabilitation and Medication Adherence, Treatment Induced Direct Cost, Health-related Quality of Life and Satisfaction in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis

The objective of this study was to evaluate effectiveness of pharmacist intervention in improving disease knowledge, adherence to treatment, health related quality of life and direct cost of treatment. The study also documented patient satisfaction with pharmacist counselling as a quality control measure. This is a randomized controlled single-blind two-arm trial in patients with rheumatoid arthritis in Karachi, Pakistan. The study will enroll patients with established diagnos...

Project IMPACT Immunizations (IMProving America's Communities Together)

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate how implementing an innovative care model that provides the pharmacist access to a patient's vaccine history at the point-of-care impacts the pharmacist's ability to identify unmet vaccination needs and increase vaccination rates for routinely recommended adult vaccinations.

The Pharmacist Follows You and Your Medication From Hospital to Your Daily Life and Investigate What This Means to You

Background It is well known that the transfer of a patient from hospital to the general practitioner is related with mistakes in the medication of the patient. A report from 2006 measure the number of drug related admissions in Denmark to be 69.000 to 162.000 per year. To reduce these mistakes more and better communication between the health professionals are suggested. Furthermore medication reviews made by pharmacist seems to reduce the number of drug related readmissi...

The Impact of Pharmacist Recommendations on Quality of Care in Diabetic Patients

The goal of this study is to investigate a comprehensive provider-focused intervention to improve the quality of care for diabetic patients in a large primary care practice at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. This will be accomplished through pharmacist recommendations provided to primary care providers prior to routine scheduled office visits for diabetic patients.

Project IMPACT Immunizations (IMProving America's Communities Together) Scaled Demonstration

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate how implementing an innovative care model that provides the pharmacist access to a patient's vaccine history at the point-of-care impacts the pharmacist's ability to identify unmet vaccination needs and increase vaccination rates for routinely recommended adult vaccinations.

Trial of Low and High Intensity Strategies to Maintain BP Control

The long-range goal of this research is to advance understanding of long-term BP control in patients with uncontrolled HTN. The work builds on our experience in implementing new models of care in VA and non-VA settings, including three NIH studies of pharmacist-based HTN management. The long-term effectiveness of such models, especially in veterans, is unknown. Thus, the primary goal of this study is to evaluate how to sustain long-term BP control in veterans with HTN follow...

Pharmacist and Data Driven Quality Improvement in Primary Care

P-DQIP is an intervention to improve prescribing safety in primary care. The 'intervention' is a health board quality improvement programme that will be implemented across all practices in one National Health Service (NHS) board in Scotland (Tayside), and comprises the following components: i. Case finding of patients with drug therapy risks via the P-DQIP informatics tool ii. Decision support for clinicians when conducting medication reviews via the P-DQIP informatics t...

Web-based Tool to Improve the Assessment of Reporting (COBPeer)

The peer review process is a cornerstone of biomedical research publication. Despite being essential, the assessment of the completeness of the reporting and the identification of switched outcomes are not appropriately performed. Furthermore, these tasks do not suppose a high level of expertise and could be performed by junior researchers. To assess the completeness of reporting and identified switched outcome(s), junior peer reviewers could use a simple online tool (COBPeer)...

Impact of Providing Medical Records in a Patient-Centered, Community Pharmacy Based, HIV Care Model (HIV-MOI)

This is a clinical trial. The purpose of this clinical trial is to see if study participants have better health outcomes if their pharmacist has access to their medical records. The study will take place at a Walgreens community pharmacy in Dallas, Texas. The trial will enroll adult, African-Americans with HIV. They must also have diabetes, high blood pressure or both. Study participants will agree to have their medical records from all of their health providers released to UNT...

Post-Discharge Follow-Up Phone Call by a Pharmacist and Impact on Patient Care

The purpose is to analyze whether a follow-up telephone call by a pharmacist after patient discharge from the hospital can improve patient outcomes. Patients will be interviewed via telephone within 72 hours of being discharged home from the hospital. Patients will be questioned on three main topics. They are: 1. Medical care 2. Medications 3. Follow-up appointments The purpose is to find out if people understand discharge medications, have obtained tho...

Pharmacist - Physician Collaborative Approach to the Management of Metabolic Syndrome

This study devised an experimental focused pharmaceutical care program, allowed a clinical pharmacist to work in a physician office to assess and manage patients' metabolic syndrome status and its individual components. This study described the clinical benefits of physician- clinical pharmacist interaction in achieving improved glycemic control, lipid and blood pressure measurements, involving medication, diet, physical activity and patient heath care counseling.

Pharmacist Intervention to Reduce Hospital Readmissions

This is a randomized trial testing a peri- and post-discharge pharmacist-led medication management intervention on post-discharge utilization, including both readmissions and emergency department visits within 30 days of discharge. The intervention incorporates evidence addressing three main areas: medication reconciliation, medication adherence, and polypharmacy. This study uses a pragmatic trial randomized at the patient level and conducted in two large hospitals to achieve t...

Diabetes Interprofessional Team to Enhance Adherence to Medical Care

The overall goal of this randomized controlled trial is to test the efficacy of DM I-TEAM (Diabetes Interprofessional Team to Enhance Adherence to Medical Care) to reduce emergency department (ED) visits and hospitalizations over 12 months in older African Americans (AAs) with diabetes mellitus (DM). DM I-TEAM is a multidisciplinary behavioral intervention that comprises a community health worker (CHW), the participant's primary care physician (PCP), a diabetes nurse educator, ...

Impact of a Hospital Pharmacist's Intervention on FENO (Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide) in Asthmatic Patients

The impact of a pharmacist's intervention on asthma control has now been well demonstrated, but its effect on inflammatory markers of FENO (Fractional exhaled nitric oxide) in asthmatic patients has been little studied in the literature. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of a pharmacist's intervention on FENO in patients seen in clinical practice by a pneumologist in a secondary university center.

Risk and Benefit Informed MTM Pharmacist Intervention in Heart Failure

Out-of-hospital care of complex diseases, such as heart failure, is transitioning from an individual patient-doctor relationship to population health management strategies. As an example, at our institution, medication therapy management (MTM) pharmacists are being deployed to patients with heart failure with the intent of improving patient outcomes (through proper medication management and adherence) while reducing cost (e.g., keeping these patients out of the hospital). The s...

Adapt and Incorporate dDPP Into Clinical Workflows

This observational study will seek to adapt a digital diabetes prevention program (dDPP) tool suite into clinical workflows. This tool pushes key dDPP data elements (e.g. weight and daily step count) directly into EHR workflows of primary care to enhance patient engagement. It seeks to determine the impact of combining adapted visualizations and summaries of key dDPP data elements directly into the EHR with automated notifications and messaging designed to enhance patient engag...

Evaluation of Pharmacist's Intervention in Improving Treatment Outcomes of Osteoarthritis Patients in Karachi, Pakistan

Osteoarthritis (OA) is an auto-immune chronic progressive deteriorating disease of the joints resulting in joint inflammation, pain and swelling that renders patients with reduced mobility and quality of life. Prevalence of knee osteoarthritis in Pakistan is 4.6%. It is believed that pharmacists can play a role in managing treatment outcomes of osteoarthritis patients by providing pharmaceutical care.

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