Pharmacists care for hypertension would save Saskatchewan $423 million

Mon, Apr 03, 2017

 A new study shows that comprehensive long-term pharmacist care for Saskatchewan residents with hypertension, including patient education and prescribing, improves health outcomes and will save money for the province’s cash-strapped health care system. Projected cost savings would be more than $423 million if the full scope pharmacist care were administered to the full eligible population in Saskatchewan.

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