Pharmacists as Medical Providers: More than a New Job Title
Medical provider status allows pharmacists to expand beyond medication dispensers and consultants to decision makers who take personal responsibility for patients’ health and medical outcomes. It also moves primary compensation from health plan drug budgets to major medical budgets, while setting the stage for outcomes-based compensation. But requirements to achieve this status can vary from state to state. Join provider status innovator and advocate Don Downing for a webinar examining what it means to have medical provider status, potential legal barriers and conflicts of interest, and how to prepare to take on full responsibility for patient care.
• Listen ways to create leverage for pharmacists medical provider status at 17:39
• Learn about potential conflicts of interest at 25:36
• Hear the Q&A at 44:26
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