Where We Stand: CDTM, also referred to as collaborative practice, allows pharmacist to use their unique skills and abilities to complement other types of care provided by collaborating professionals to optimize patient outcomes.
Medication Therapy Management Interventions in Outpatient Settings describes intervention components and implementation features for outpatient medication therapy management (MTM) interventions with comprehensive medication review, follow-up, education, and care coordination. Assesses the effectiveness of these MTM interventions on intermediate, patient-centered, or resource utilization outcomes; identifies intervention features and patient characteristics that moderate the effect of an intervention on outcomes; and assess harms associated with interventions.
This downloadable and shareable presentation describes key components of a medication therapy management (MTM) Part D program, the value of MTM programs within health care and the role of the pharmacist.
The purpose of this document is to help guide designers of MTM programs to identify the critical elements that support an effective, sound MTM program and allow these programs to be constructive in encouraging positive patient outcomes.