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Medication Therapy Management

As an extension of your pharmacy team, our Medication Therapy Management Solution helps you expand patient care by remotely delivering MTM cases on your behalf. We'll help ensure your patients have a thorough understanding of how, when and why they should take their medication.

Why Medication Therapy Management? Better outcomes. Better Star Ratings.

By serving as an extension of your pharmacy team, we schedule and delivery your MTM cases on behalf of your store.  

MTM Solution

As an extension of your pharmacy team, our MTM Solution helps you expand patient care by remotely delivering MTM cases on your behalf.

Best practices for community pharmacies.

Independent pharmacists ensure that their patients and communities receive the best care, every single day. Through unique, innovative programs and initiatives that streamline workflow and improve efficiency, their best practices define the spirit of independent pharmacies and support others in becoming destinations for wellness in their communities.

Diabetes University: Community pharmacists empower patients to improve their quality of life

Midtown Pharmacy believes that diabetes education is the foundation for their patients to adopt healthier lifestyles and make better decisions. Owner and pharmacist Rob Cochran talks about how Midtown Pharmacy leverages education to help patients can lower their risk of complications and improve their quality of life.

Medication Therapy Management in action: Real cases, real results

Numbers speak louder than words. Watching Medication Therapy Management (MTM) in action makes it easier to understand why it can produce an impressive return on investment.

Good Medicine: How to improve med adherence and your bottom line

Customer Best Practices: In 2009, pharmacist Mike Wilhoit, owner of a four-store family business called Mac's Pharmacy in Knoxville, Tenn., saw a big patient need around medication adherence.