Long Term Care
A landmark study finds that consultant pharmacist-conducted drug regimen reviews improve optimal therapeutic outcomes by 43% and saves $3.6 billion annually in costs from avoided medication-related problems.
The New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services regulations for Long Term Care Services require facilities to retain a consultant pharmacist who has no affiliation with the pharmacy provider of facility medications.
Perform ongoing medication regimen reviews, unit inspections, recommendations, and reporting.
Conduct medication pass observations and evaluations.
Provide in-servicing and participate in QI/QA meetings.
Possess state-of-the-art IT systems to review, report, and reconcile.
Support your survey preparation with an interdisciplinary approach.