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This one-pager, developed by the Alliant Quality QIN-QIO, helps physician prescribers and their patients understand the importance of medication reconciliation and urges physicians to bill for these services.


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Date Added: 01/30/2017
Date Last Modified: 01/30/2017

The health care sector consulting firm, Health2 Resources, has released a webinar and report exploring the role of the clinical pharmacist in comprehensive medication management practices in the community setting.


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Date Added: 07/06/2016
Date Last Modified: 07/06/2016

The Medications at Transitions and Clinical Handoffs (MATCH) toolkit was developed to help facilities improve their medication reconciliation process. This toolkit provides a step-by-step guide to help health care providers ensure patients are properly educated about the medications they have been prescribed to help avoid medication errors and patient harm.


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Date Added: 05/12/2015
Date Last Modified: 06/23/2015

A large threat to patient safety are unintentional medication discrepancies during transitions in care. This toolkit, called MARQUIS (Multi-Center Medication Quality Improvement Study) was developed to address medication reconciliation at care transitions.


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Date Added: 05/17/2015
Date Last Modified: 05/17/2015

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement has developed trigger tools for health care professionals to use to help identify adverse events that could cause harm to patients.


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Date Added: 05/13/2015
Date Last Modified: 05/13/2015

This worksheet from the INTERACT program is designed to assist in medication reconciliation after hospital care.


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Date Added: 05/12/2015
Date Last Modified: 05/12/2015

The Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality-funded Multi-Center Medication Reconciliation Quality Improvement Study (MARQUIS) has produced a manual and other implementation materials to help hospitals improve medication reconciliation practices. These improvements can lead to reductions in negative outcomes such as inpatient adverse drug events and readmission rates.


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Date Added: 02/25/2015
Date Last Modified: 02/25/2015

 

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