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The Feasibility of Pharmacy and Home Healthcare Transitions of Care Services in an Emergency Department Population
Principal Investigator Cara Hoyt, PharmD
Co-investigator(s) Jennifer Rodis
Project Title The Feasibility of Pharmacy and Home Healthcare Transitions of Care Services in an Emergency Department Population
Grants Awarded Number 169
Status Grant Complete
Organization Uptown Pharmacy
Location Westerville, Ohio
Grant Category Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword Emergency Department, Home Health Care
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Objectives 1.Determine the feasibility of pharmacy-only or pharmacy and home health care transitions of care services for an emergency department ED population 2.Assess emergency department revisit rates andor hospital admissions, prescribed discharge medication adherence, and identification and resolution of medication-related problems for patients engaged in pharmacy andor home health care services 3.Describe patient satisfaction with the transition of care service received.
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Jennifer Rodis, PharmD BCPS
Columbus, Ohio
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