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30-Day Readmission Reduction in a Skilled Facility Population through Pharmacist Driven Medication Reconciliation
- Describe how pharmacists’ involvement in transitions of care can successfully improve clinical outcomes and medication safety.
- Describe various interventions, including pharmacist driven medication reconciliation at multiple points in the transition, which can improve the transition process.
- List common types of medication related problems related to hospital discharge and transitions to post-acute care facilities.
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