• PPMI: Shaping the Future for Health System Pharmacy

    PPMI: Shaping the Future for Health System Pharmacy

    ASHP and the ASHP Foundation are committed to advancing patient care in hospitals and health systems through the Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative. Find out how you can advance the health and well being of patients by developing and implementing a futuristic practice model in your hospital or health system.

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  • What's Next?

    New recommendations for transforming how pharmacists care for patients in ambulatory care practice settings were discussed at the Ambulatory Care Conference and Summit. See scenes from the inaugural Conference and Summit in the photo gallery and review the preliminary recommendations for advancing patient care and optimizing pharmacists’ roles.

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  • Working with Consultants: Reference and Tips

    Resources to support providing quality patient care through progressive pharmacy practice.

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  • Continuity of Care: A PPMI Case Study

    See how the Cleveland Clinic team utilized their APPE students to obtain Admission Histories to ensure continuity of care

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PPMI Tools

A tool to evaluate ambulatory care services against the ASHP Ambulatory Care recommendations and create an action plan to improve practice. Learn more

A web-based assessment tool to help pharmacists determine how their hospital or health system aligns with PPMI recommendations. Learn more

Provides practical resources to engage health-system executives in discussions to advance patient care and pharmacy practice. Learn more

Practice Spotlight

Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Hospitals
Milwaukee, WI
Our ideal pharmacy practice model is focused on providing accountable, patient-centered care. This model would require privileged pharmacy practitioners to perform clinical tasks to ensure optimal medication therapy. Pharmacist accountability has historically been measured with organizational performance metrics (i.e. CMS Value-Based Purchasing), but pharmacists must be accountable for patient-specific outcomes to drive practice forward.
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