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The Rural Minnesota County Jail Tele-MTM Project
Principal Investigator Tim Stratton, Ph.D., BCPS, FAPhA
Project Title The Rural Minnesota County Jail Tele-MTM Project
Grants Awarded Number 184
Status In Study
Organization University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy
Location Duluth, Minnesota
Grant Category Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword Rural health, Jails, Tele-MTM
Grant Docs N/A
Objectives The objective of the proposed demonstration project is to examine the feasibility of having a community pharmacist in rural Minnesota establish a consulting relationship with a county jail to provide Tele-MTM consulting services to adult inmates and to provide pharmacotherapy consults to jail staff. A Spring, 2016 University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy survey of Minnesota county jails revealed that although many jails obtain medications for inmates through local pharmacies, jail staff responsible for managing inmate medications would oftentimes benefit from consulting with a pharmacist, particularly for inmates who have mental illness. The remote site will be the Carlton County Jail in rural Carlton, MN, with which the College already collaborates on a number of initiatives. Both the Jail Administrator and Jail Nurse have agreed to be part of this project. The MTM provider will be Ms. Laura Schwartzald, R.Ph., who co-owns GuidePoint Pharmacies in several rural Minnesota towns and is certified by the MN Department of Human Services as an MTM provider.
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