Collaborative Drug Therapy Management by Pharmacists - 2003

American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Raymond W. Hammond, PharmD, FCCP, Amy H. Schwartz, PharmD, Marla J. Campbell, PharmD, Tami L. Remington, PharmD, Susan Chuck, PharmD, Melissa M. Blair, PharmD, Ann M. Vassey, PharmD, Raylene M. Rospond, PharmD, FCCP, Sheryl J. Herner, PharmD, and C. Edwin Webb, PharmD, MPH


Pharmacotherapy. 2003;23(9) 

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ACCP Position Statement

The ACCP advocates the role of qualified pharmacists in CDTM in all practice settings. Pharmacists, practicing with physicians and other health care professionals in an interdisciplinary, collaborative manner, improve pharmacotherapeutic outcomes and provide increased value and efficiency to the health care system. With very few exceptions, the pharmacist's role in drug therapy management should be based on a collaborative agreement between each pharmacist and physician where physician-patient, physician-pharmacist, and pharmacist-patient relationships exist.


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