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Date:8/30/2013

report of pain or other symptoms, what precipitates it or makes it worse, and what relieves it.

C.    Choose symptom control options that are appropriate for the individual.

D.    Deliver interventions in a timely, logical, coordinated manner.

E.    Empower the resident to participate in creating treatment goals and planning interventions as possible. Evaluate the effectiveness of the chosen interventions.

Your consultant pharmacist, working with the physician and the nursing team, can make recommendations designed to guide medication management, symptom relief, and side-effect reduction. Invite him or her to work with you as you develop protocols with a range of comfort measures for your residents with end of life needs.

To read more helpful tips on how to maximize the pharmacy experience, visit PharmScript’s learning center at http://www.pharmscript.com/learning.html.

About PharmScript:
The unique principles upon which PharmScript was founded were based on years of invaluable experience in the long-term care industry. Comprised of a reputable and experienced management team, PharmScript is geared toward providing the ultimate pharmacy experience utilizing cutting-edge technology, impeccable customer service, and assisting facilities in saving on pharmacy costs. Pharmscript currently services New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Washington DC, Maryland, Florida and Texas.

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