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IQware Solutions is Pleased to Announce that IQware MTM has Been Selected by the Tennessee Pharmacists Research and Education Foundation (TPREF)
Date:6/29/2012

with its web-based documentation system, provides pharmacists with the ability to accurately document and communicate information electronically within a secure system to other health care providers, health plans, and most importantly, to the patient. IQWare MTM also possesses a level of customizability rarely seen in today's health information technology arena."

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Tennessee consistently ranks in the top tier of states in terms of adult patients with the diagnosis of diabetes. The most recent estimates from the Kaiser Family Foundation indicate that the percentage of patients in Tennessee that have ever been told by a doctor they have diabetes is 11.3%, which is nearly 3 percentage points higher than the national average. The primary goal of this program is to improve patient safety and health outcomes for Tennesseans suffering from diabetes by increasing patient access to essential diabetes care services and ultimately improving health outcomes and quality of care. Patients at the greatest risk for worsening disease progression and complex medication therapy regimens are encouraged to participate and receive essential diabetes-related patient care services, including Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services, diabetes self-management education, CLIA-waived testing, vaccinations and administration, and routine tracking and monitoring of essential markers in quality, patient satisfaction, and patient knowledge.

This program seeks to establish a standard for pharmacist-provided patient care services for diabetes and is designed for any pharmacist, regardless of their practice setting. Participating pharmacists must complete advanced training in diabetes management and provision of diabetes-related patient care services and meet the required credentialing standards necessary to provide these services. Once credentialed, pharmacists will work with local physicians, mid level practitioners, nurses, dietitians, and other key provid
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