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MTMS-DSM

Medication Therapy Management Services (MTMS) are billable services for improving patient care that targets the prevention of complications and treatment of chronic conditions. Pharmacists and other health professionals collaborate to provide Disease Management Services/MTMS to improve patient health through safe and effective use of medication.

Implementation

DSM : A Tool Kit Sample

How to implement MTMS in your pharmacy

1. Community Pharmacists Care Model Pharmacists and physicians practice independently but collaborate to deliver Medication Therapy Management Services to improve patient health and quality of life.

2. Identifying Barriers/Requirements Before implementation, pharmacists must consider the following.

3. Reimbursement/Billing

4. Marketing Analysis

5. Contract/ Liability

6. CE /HIPAA

How to implement MTMS in a Senior Market

1. Care Models - Pharmacist & long term Care facility/skilled nursing facility, pharmacist & assisted living center, Pharmacist & extended care facility, Pharmacist & psychiatric group home, Community Pharmacist or Pharmacist consultant & senior living at home or senior center. Pharmacists work with the facility or patient to improve health, reduce symptoms and identify duplicate therapies.

2. Identifying Barriers/Requirements Before implementation, pharmacists must consider the following.

3. Reimbursement/Billing

4. Marketing

5. Contract/Liability

6. CE/HIPAA


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