Resources

  1. A suite of inpatient and outpatient clinical measures for pharmacy accountability: Recommendations from the Pharmacy Accountability Measures Work Group [Website]
  2. Advanced-practice pharmacists: Practice characteristics and reimbursement of pharmacists certified for collaborative clinical practice in New Mexico and North Carolina [Website]
  3. Advancing as a clinical pharmacist and becoming a clinical pharmacy leader [Webinar]
  4. Advancing patient care through innovative practice: The Clinical Partners Program [Website]
  5. Advancing pharmacy technician roles [Website]
  6. All about strategic planning [Website]
  7. Ambulatory clinical pharmacy services - strategies for developing a service proposal [Webinar]
  8. Ambulatory clinical pharmacy services - strategies for developing a service proposal [PDF]
  9. ASHP Discussion Guide - The Pharmacist's Role in Quality Improvement [PDF]
  10. ASHP guidelines for pharmaceutical research in organized health-care settings [PDF]
  11. ASHP guidelines on documenting pharmaceutical care in patient medical records [PDF]
  12. ASHP guidelines on patient education and counseling [PDF]
  13. ASHP Guidelines on the Pharmacist’s Role in the Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Critical Pathways [PDF]
  14. ASHP Guidelines: Minimum Standard for Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice [PDF]
  15. ASHP national survey on informatics: Assessment of the adoption and use of pharmacy informatics in U.S. hospitals—2013 [Website]
  16. ASHP Residency Expansion Toolkit [Website]
  17. ASHP Statement on confidentiality of patient health information [PDF]
  18. ASHP statement on the pharmacist’s role in primary care [PDF]
  19. ASHP statement on the role of pharmacists in public health [PDF]
  20. Assessing clinical competency [Website]
  21. Becoming a Clinical Pharmacy Leader Webinar-Handout [PDF]
  22. Billing for outpatient transplant pharmacy services [Website]
  23. Billing for pharmacists' services provided to ambulatory care patients [Website]
  24. Building an Ambulatory Care Practice: A Complete Guide for Pharmacists [Book]
  25. Building an outpatient cancer center pharmacy program across a tristate region [Website]
  26. CDC Grand Rounds-How pharmacists can improve our nation's health (Video) [Website]
  27. CDC-Partnering with pharmacists in the prevention and control of chronic diseases [PDF]
  28. Clinical documentation for patient care: models, concepts, and liability considerations for pharmacists [Website]
  29. Clinical video telehealth in a cardiology pharmacotherapy clinic [Website]
  30. CMS- Transitional care management services [PDF]
  31. CMS-Chronic care management services [PDF]
  32. CMS-Frequently Asked Questions about billing medicare for transitional care management services [PDF]
  33. CMS-The ABCs of the annual wellness visit (AWV) [PDF]
  34. Collaborative drug therapy management: Case studies of three community-based models of care [Website]
  35. Cost–benefit and cost–savings analyses of antiarrhythmic medication monitoring [Website]
  36. Credentialing and privileging of pharmacists: A resource paper from the Council on Credentialing in Pharmacy [Website]
  37. Defining and advancing ambulatory care pharmacy practice: It is time to lengthen our stride [Website]
  38. Design and implementation of a credentialing and privileging model for ambulatory care pharmacists [Website]
  39. Designing sustainable ambulatory pharmacist patient care services [Webinar]
  40. Designing sustainable ambulatory pharmacist patient care services (Handout) [PDF]
  41. Devices for ambulatory and home monitoring of blood pressure, lipids, coagulation, and weight management, part 1 [Website]
  42. Devices for ambulatory and home monitoring of blood pressure, lipids, coagulation, and weight management, part 2 [Website]
  43. Directory of accredited pharmacy technician training programs [Website]
  44. Economic effects of pharmacists on health outcomes in the United States: A systematic review [Website]
  45. Economic impact of ambulatory care formulary restrictions at a large county health system [Website]
  46. Effect on institutional revenue of clinical pharmacy services in an ambulatory care clinic [Website]
  47. Effective use of workload and productivity monitoring tools in health-system pharmacy, part 1 [Website]
  48. Effective use of workload and productivity monitoring tools in health-system pharmacy, part 2 [Website]
  49. Effects of a hospitalwide pharmacy practice model change on readmission and return to emergency department rates [Website]
  50. Electronic prescribing in the ambulatory care setting [Website]
  51. Evaluation of pharmacist-managed diabetes mellitus under a collaborative drug therapy agreement [Website]
  52. Expanding the Role of Pharmacy at Discharge [PDF]
  53. G-Code 2014: Hospital-Based Outpatient Clinic Facility Fee Payment, 2014 [E-book]
  54. Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program: Implications for pharmacy [Website]
  55. How to establish a pharmacist-managed clinic-MCM 2008 presentation [PDF]
  56. Implementation and outcomes of a pharmacist-managed clinical video telehealth anticoagulation clinic [Website]
  57. Implementation of a comprehensive medication prior-authorization service [Website]
  58. Implementation of a pharmacist-managed heart failure medication titration clinic [Website]
  59. Implementation of a pharmacist-supervised outpatient diabetes treatment clinic [Website]
  60. Implementation of a pharmacy residency in a Veterans Affairs community-based outpatient clinic [Website]
  61. Implementation of the Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative within comprehensive cancer centers [Website]
  62. Implementation of transitions-of-care services through acute care and outpatient pharmacy collaboration [Website]
  63. Improving patient and health system outcomes through advanced pharmacy practice; a report to the US Surgeon General, 2011 [PDF]
  64. Innovative roles for PTCB-certified pharmacy technicians [Podcast]
  65. Integration of pharmacists into team-based ambulatory care practice models [Website]
  66. Interoperable health information exchange between medication therapy management services and the medical home [Website]
  67. Leadership skills for a high-performance pharmacy practice [PDF]
  68. Maximizing medication therapy management services through a referral initiative [Website]
  69. Medicare annual wellness visits conducted by a pharmacist in an internal medicine clinic [Website]
  70. Medicare Pharmaceutical Assistance Program [Website]
  71. Medicare Wellness Visits – A new reimbursable service model for pharmacists [PDF]
  72. Medicare’s star ratings bring opportunity for pharmacists [Website]
  73. Medication management in care transitions: best practices [PDF]
  74. Medication REACH Program [PDF]
  75. Medication therapy management in chronically ill populations: Final report [PDF]
  76. Medication therapy management services clinical documentation: Using a structured coding system—SNOMED CT [PDF]
  77. MLN Matters: "Incident-to" services [PDF]
  78. Model for medication therapy management in a university clinic [Website]
  79. Opportunities and challenges related to pharmacy technicians in supporting optimal pharmacy practice models in health systems [Website]
  80. Outcomes evaluation: Striving for excellence in ambulatory care pharmacy practice [Website]
  81. Patient care delivery and integration: Stimulating advancement of ambulatory care pharmacy practice in an era of healthcare reform [Website]
  82. Patient-assistance programs: Assessment of and use by safety-net clinics [Website]
  83. Patient-centered medical home: Developing, expanding, and sustaining a role for pharmacists [Website]
  84. Pharmacist Billing for Ambulatory Pharmacy Patient Care Services in a Physician-Based Clinic and Other Non-Hospital-Based Environments – FAQ [PDF]
  85. Pharmacist involvement in establishing a patient-centered medical home [Website]
  86. Pharmacist privileging in a health system: Report of the Qualified Provider Model Ad Hoc Committee [Website]
  87. Pharmacist-led medication management program within a patient-centered medical home [Website]
  88. Pharmacy Technician Issues Demystified: Past, Present, and Future [PDF]
  89. Pharmacy technician program accreditation information [Website]
  90. Pharmacy technicians supporting clinical functions [Website]
  91. PHIT case study examples: Pharmacists working in collaboration with physicians and other health care professionals [PDF]
  92. PHIT: Integrating pharmacists into health Information exhanges [PDF]
  93. PHIT: System vendor checklist for pharmacist clinical documentation workflow [PDF]
  94. PHIT: The roadmap for pharmacy health information technology integration in U.S. health care: 2014 to 2017 update [PDF]
  95. PHIT: Workflow of pharmacist clinical documentation process in pharmacy practice settings [PDF]
  96. Protected professional practice evaluation: A continuous quality-improvement process [Website]
  97. Reimbursement for Clinical Pharmacy Services: Is There a Role for Facility Billing? [PDF]
  98. Remodeling your successful ambulatory care practice: the next chapter [Webinar]
  99. Remodeling Your Successful Ambulatory Care Practice: The Next Chapter (handout) [PDF]
  100. Report of the 2012 ASHP Task Force on Accountable Care Organizations [Website]
  101. Revenue optimization and new pharmacy business models [PDF]
  102. Role of a care transition pharmacist in a primary care resource center [Website]
  103. Scope of contemporary pharmacy practice: Roles, responsibilities, and functions of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians (executive summary) [Website]
  104. Scope of Contemporary Pharmacy Practice: Roles, Responsibilities, and Functions of Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians (full report) [PDF]
  105. Short-term outcomes of an employer-sponsored diabetes management program at an ambulatory care pharmacy clinic [Website]
  106. Stepwise approach to implementing ambulatory clinical pharmacy services [Website]
  107. Sustainable business models: Systematic approach toward successful ambulatory care pharmacy practice [Website]
  108. The Affordable Care Act and ACOs - what do you need to know about health care reform? [Webinar]
  109. The Affordable Care Act and ACOs - what do you need to know about health care reform? (handout) [PDF]
  110. The effect of a collaborative pharmacist–hospital care transition program on the likelihood of 30-day readmission [Website]
  111. Transitions of care visits – A new, multidisciplinary, reimbursable service model [PDF]
  112. U.S. Public Health Service pharmacy prevention strategy [PDF]
  113. Use of a pharmacy technician to facilitate postfracture care provided by clinical pharmacy specialists [Website]
  114. Variations in pharmacy-based transition-of-care activities in the United States: A national survey [Website]
  115. What meaningful use means for pharmacy [Website]
  116. Why pharmacists belong in the medical home [Website]
  117. Work patterns of ambulatory care pharmacists with access to electronic guideline-based treatment suggestions [Website]

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