Pharmacists

CPhA Pay for Performance Statement and Principles

Wed, Jan 09, 2019

CPhA has released their statement on Pay for Performance and their guiding principles for such programs. CPhA states:

"While pharmacy recognizes the need for innovation in pharmacy reimbursement and the desire for payors, both public and private, to introduce new payment models, such initiatives must respect pharmacists’professional autonomy to practice in the best interest of patient health and safety. Above all, any new program must be designed to target outcomes with proven benefits to patients."

Click on the links to see the full statement or guiding principles.

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