The rising role of pharmacists in managing health and costs

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Medication non-adherence is a significant factor in healthcare costs, especially with the growing trend toward value-based reimbursements. This makes it essential for healthcare executives to become more strategic and build relationships with pharmacy leaders to extend their services beyond the walls of the hospital.


It is crucial that healthcare organizations nurture these relationships with pharmacy leaders to maximize their impact in value-based care without causing burnout. Forward-thinking organizations are including pharmacists and in-home technologies in interdisciplinary healthcare teams to help improve transitions of care, manage care at home, and reduce costs and readmissions.


In this white paper, you’ll discover:

  • Key factors promoting the expanding role of the pharmacy
  • How medication adherence technologies can help improve the management of medications in the home cost-effectively
  • Ways care teams benefit from including pharmacists in managing medications during care transitions

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