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Importance of Primary Care/Pharmacist Partnerships

Recorded April 10, 2021
11:30 am – 12:30 pm


Studies have demonstrated the benefit of a primary care/pharmacist partnership in the management of chronic disease, such as heart failure and arrhythmias. Among the benefits of this partnership are decreased occurrence of medication-related problems, adverse drug reactions, and medication errors. This session will explore the benefits of partnering with pharmacy in patient-centered care.


  • Describe the key elements of Medication Therapy Management (MTM)
  • Identify areas of patient care in your practice that can benefit from pharmacist provided medication therapy management
  • Explain the various medication and disease related patient care services pharmacists provide



Elise M. Barry, MS, CFRE, RCE
Chief Executive Officer
New Jersey Pharmacists Association

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Ms. Barry has no financial or non-financial conflicts of interest relevant to this activity.

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