Pharmacy's Role in Diabetes Care


 

Pharmacist Resources

The Montana Diabetes Program publishes a free, monthly, Pharmacist-written, newsletter. This is aimed to educate and further inform Pharmacy's role in the care of people with Diabetes. Stay up to date with the most current information on technology, practices, and advice to apply in your role within Pharmacy care. Subscription is free and content ideas are always welcome.

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Pharmacy Programs

Montana pharmacies can participate in a one-year project aimed at improved care and education of patients with diabetes. Improve medication therapy management, screening for pre-diabetes, evaluate medication adherence rates, and more. This project offers funding and is directly aimed at pharmacies. To participate or for more information please contact Jennifer.

Networking

Join us for a quarterly call. Open to all who work in pharmacy or in diabetes care, learn what others in the pharmacy world are doing to improve care, updated information, and simply network with others. The call is led by our QI coordinator as well as the MDP Pharmacist. To participate or for more information please contact Jennifer.

Pharmacy Resources

Pharmacies are frequently the first line of contact for questions and information. Ensure your pharmacy is informed and has up-to-date materials prepared. Contact us to see how we can help.


Questions and comments about the Pharmacist Resources can be sent to our Program Manager.

 

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