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RxAlly Releases White Paper on Necessity of Personalized Pharmacist Care
Date:5/21/2013

LEESBURG, Va., May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- RxAlly, a first-of-its-kind alliance of more than 22,000 pharmacies nationwide, announces today the publication of a white paper entitled Personalized Pharmacist Care: Healing America's Post-Reform Health Care System. The white paper highlights an unprecedented solution for improving patient health, reducing costs, and seeks public engagement to avert strains on the health care system.

Personalized Pharmacist Care refers to a range of individually-tailored, pharmacist-provided clinical and consultative services to improve patient quality of life and optimize clinical and economic outcomes.  Personalized Pharmacist Care leverages the extensive clinical education, training, and medication expertise of the pharmacist and combines that with face-to-face interaction between the pharmacist and the patient.

"We are excited to release our vision of a nationwide care delivery model – Personalized Pharmacist Care – that seeks to transform an outdated and ineffective paradigm into one that can benefit all Americans," said Bruce Roberts , CEO of RxAlly. "The expertise of the pharmacist – which is largely absent elsewhere along the care continuum – is perfectly suited to address the increasing complexities related to medication use, chronic disease prevalence, and access to care issues."

Given the uncertain state of the United States health care delivery system, the white paper addresses concerns and proposes a solution to the challenges raised by:

  • The prevalence of chronic diseases
  • Increased demand for patient care
  • Non-adherence and the growing complexities associated with medications

Personalized Pharmacist Care is a care delivery model proven to impr
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