‘Working side by side’: Physician-pharmacist collaborations can improve patient care

Some of the greatest strains on health care providers — managing numerous patients with CVD, physician burnout, insufficient capacity — have been significantly improved by physician-pharmacist collaborations, according to experts.“Collaborative practice agreements with pharmacists allow physicians to spend more time on diagnosing new problems and achieve better [BP] control rates, which results in overall higher reimbursements,” Evan M. Sisson, PharmD, MSHA, CDCES, FADCES, a professor in the department of pharmacotherapy and outcomes science at Virginia CommonwealthRead More

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