This pocket-sized handbook features 100 practical suggestions and ideas submitted by pharmacists, academicians, technicians, and business leaders. Each tip contains a narrative and/or personal experience documented by the contributor. The tips are organized into 14 thematic chapters. The book comes complete with an alphabetical index of the tips, chapters and contributors.

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Book: 100 MTM Tips for the Pharmacist

This pocket-sized handbook features 100 practical suggestions and ideas submitted by pharmacists, academicians, technicians, and business leaders. Each tip contains a narrative and/or personal experience documented by the contributor. The tips are organized into 14 thematic chapters. The book comes complete with an alphabetical index of the tips, chapters and contributors.

100 MTM Tips for the Pharmacist is a good read. Whether you're considering involvement in MTM services or have been providing MTM services for some time, many of the pages in this book are sure to make you think in a new direction or expand an idea you may already have. The 100 tips don't take more than an hour or so to flip through, however the ideas presented could save a pharmacist countless hours of time and effort spent trying to “reinvent the wheel.” This book provides real and practical advice in a no-nonsense fashion from people who know what has worked and what hasn't worked in the world of MTM.

The author has gathered tried-and-true tips from a wide range of contributors, including practicing and retired pharmacists, educators, and consumers. The 100 concise recommendations are organized by subject category such as physician-pharmacist collaborative relationships; payment, billing, and reconciliation; and identifying, monitoring, and education patients. Among the wide-ranging tips are these: start small and build, develop a physician newsletter, use CPT codes.

Author notes

Book by: Marsha K. Millonig