Addressing meaningful use and maintaining an accurate medication list in primary care

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The primary objective of this project was to determine the difference in medication list accuracy between an initial and follow-up medication reconciliation visit in a primary care office. Secondary objectives were to identify the difference in medication-related problems most commonly encountered during the visits, factors that may influence patient understanding of their medication regimen, and physician perceptions of the medication review visit.

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Journal of the American Pharmacists Association
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S1544-3191(18)X0002-8

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The primary objective of this project was to determine the difference in medication list accuracy between an initial and follow-up medication reconciliation visit in a primary care office. Secondary objectives were to identify the difference in medication-related problems most commonly encountered during the visits, factors that may influence patient understanding of their medication regimen, and physician perceptions of the medication review visit.

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