Medication Clinical Services
The Elliot Medication Clinical Services provides medication therapy management, disease state education and medication adherence support to patients of the Elliot Physician Network. A clinical pharmacist meets with patients one-one-one to review medications in order to provide education on medication usage, appropriate administration and disease state management. The review also includes identification of drug interactions, adverse effects and barriers to taking medications appropriately. Recommendations for changes in medication therapy are made to the primary care provider using the electronic medication record and are reviewed with the patient.
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The Elliot Anticoagulation Clinics ("Coumadin Clinics") manage anticoagulation for patients within the Elliot Physician Network. The clinics are staffed by anticoagulation certified nurses. Anticoagulation monitoring is done by point-of-care finger-stick testing rather than a blood draw and results are available within minutes. Medication dosages are adjusted at the time of the visit based on results and these results are automatically uploaded in the electronic medical record where the physician can view them at anytime. The anticoagulation nurses also provide their patients with ongoing education related to anticoagulation monitoring, drug interactions, dietary interactions and adverse effects.
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