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This session of CareOregon Pharmacy’s MEDS Ed program touches on the positive impact that focusing on goals of care can make on patient outcomes, successful strategies for deprescribing pill burdens and potentially inappropriate medications, and how leveraging the model of care shared by Housecall Providers and CareOregon can improve health outcomes and increase patient well-being, while reducing healthcare costs.
Recorded on November 21, 2019 at CareOregon, Portland, OR.
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MEDS Ed is an ongoing education series by CareOregon’s Pharmacy team. It’s geared to clinicians and health care professionals involved in direct patient care at community clinics. Attendees leave with valuable tools and insights that improve how they can contribute to multi-disciplinary teams.
Each three-to-four-hour MEDS Ed session examines a disease state that highly impacts patient quality of life, requires complex management, and may lead to increased emergency department visits and inpatient stays. Speakers include pharmacists and clinicians from the community and from CareOregon staff.