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Volume 02, Number 2, 2011  [10]

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What’s Past is Prologue: The History of the Discipline of Pharmacy Administration

Bonnarens, Joseph K. (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2011)

An estimation of the effect of 100% Compliance with Diabetes Treatment: Can we reduce cost of illness with higher compliance rates?

Koçkaya, Güvenç; Wertheimer, Albert I. (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2011)
Introduction: The current study was designed to estimate the direct cost of noncompliance of diabetes patients to the US health system. Understanding these expenses can inform screening and education budget policy regarding ...

Is Mail Service Pharmacy Cost Beneficial to Plan Sponsors?

Vulakh, Larisa; Wertheimer, Albert I. (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2011)
The objective of this study was to describe and compare prescription drug costs charged to a plan sponsor for the top 50 maintenance medications provided through retail and mail service procurement channels. Data were ...

“Until they know how much you care”: A qualitative analysis of an innovative practice in community pharmacy

Melczak, Michael; Pringle, Janice (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2011)
Purpose: This qualitative study was concerned with investigating community pharmacists’ thoughts on the use of two brief scales to measure patient outcomes and therapeutic alliance in the context of their Medication Therapy ...

Pharmacists’ social authority to transform community pharmacy practice

McPherson, Timothy; Fontane, Patrick (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2011)
Leaders in the profession of pharmacy have articulated a vision of pharmacists as providers of patient-centered care (PCC) services and the Doctor of Pharmacy was established as the required practice degree to achieve this ...

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