Posts Tagged pharmacists

Excerpt from “Interprofessional Health Initiatives – Health Systems Cannot Succeed without Them!”
May 14, 2019

This summer, I will be publishing meaningful excerpts from previous posts; as I reviewed them, many are just as relevant in 2019 – 2020 as when I first published them. […]

Time for Pharmacists to Move from Behind the Counter
May 6, 2019

“Pharmacists should move from behind the counter and start serving the public by providing care instead of pills only. There is no future in the mere act of dispensing. That […]

Collaborative Healthcare teams – Academic institutions must step up!
December 1, 2014

So the questions become, “How do we get to these integrated care teams?”    “What clinical team members do we need for our patient-centered medical homes?”       “Do […]

Healthcare, Pharmacy, and Provider Status – We Can Do Better
March 7, 2014

“Health care harms patients too frequently and routinely fails to deliver its potential benefits. Indeed, between the health care that we now have and the health care that we could […]

Interprofessional…Not a Buzzword, Not an Option
January 22, 2014

Happy New Year!! In this newly minted year 2014, we find ourselves grappeling with the national implementation of healthcare reform. With each passing day, we are exposed to previously unforseen […]

Embracing Mobile Health Technologies- The answer to achieving Patient-Centered Care?(Part 2)
November 13, 2013

I spent last week attending the FutureMed2013 conference hosted by Singularity University.  It was a fantastic display of  futuristic technologies by the innovative souls that believe the future of health will be tied to “disruptive health technologies!” I too believe this; mobile Health (mHealth) technologies promise to change the entire patient-provider relationship.  These exponentially evolving technologies within medicine and healthcare  will […]