Collaboration study shows health boost

pharmacist with patient explaining medicines
A new study shows pharmacists in patient-centred medical homes can boost vaccination rates and diabetes and hypertension outcomes The study, Community Pharmacist Collaboration with a Patient Centered Medical Home: Establishment of a Patient-Centered Medical Neighborhood and Payment Model, was published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association. It aimed to examine the feasibility of

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