TPA’s new “Collaborative Pharmacy Practice” resource exclusively for members is designed to help you provide a broader range of services to patients and expand your pharmacy practice!
With the online publication of its new “Collaborative Pharmacy Practice” resource exclusively for members, TPA has rolled out the first in a series of pharmacy-specific, member-focused practice-based resources designed to help you provide a broader range of services to patients and expand your pharmacy practice!
TPA’s Collaborative Pharmacy Practice (CPP) resources include a comprehensive CPP Checklist, FAQ, information about how to start CPP, sample CPP agreements, links to recorded webinars, and much more!
With the rapidly-growing number of opportunities for involvement in patient care and collaboration with other health care providers, this is an exciting time to be a pharmacy professional in Tennessee! At the same time, it can all be a bit overwhelming for those who want to get involved. TPA’s online practice-based resources will help you develop and implement many of the programs you’ve been hearing about, while helping you stay in compliance along the way.
Going forward, TPA will be posting at least one new practice-based resource each month, so be sure to look for email highlighting additional resource pages in the coming weeks. Since TPA’s practice-based resources are a members-only benefit, you’ll need to log in to your TPA account to access them. Please contact TPA if you need login help, would like to comment on a resource page, or have a suggestion for a new one.