Pharmacists in care teams improve hypertension control

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Research by the University of Iowa has found patients with uncontrolled hypertension had better blood pressure control when being cared for by pharmacists working in care teams (with a physician, for example) than patients who relied mostly on a doctor for medication guidance. The researchers showed pharmacist-included care teams delivered more hands-on and tailored medication regimens

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