Primary Care

For pharmacists providing or interested in providing primary care services, please find a list of resources to help support your practice below: 

Taking Responsibility for Patient Care

A Toolkit for Pharmacists Integrated into Primary Care

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Integrating Comprehensive Medication Management to Optimize Patient Outcomes PCPC

The Patient-Centered Medical Home: A Resource Guide for Integrating Comprehensive Medication Management to Optimize Patient Outcomes.

This report was developed by the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) Medication Management Task Force under the Center for Public Payer Implementation, which is charged with promoting the PCMH concept in all facets of the public payer system.

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Pharmacists on Primary Health Care Teams in Saskatchewan

An Implementation and Evaluation Toolkit by the Pharmacy Coalition on Primary Care.

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The IMPACT Program

Pharmacists in Family Practice Toolkit

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Pharmacists in Primary Health Care: An Evolving Interprofessional Role

IPASS Powerpoint Presentation 2010

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Role of the Pharmacist in Primary Health Care

2003 Submission by the Pharmacy Coalition on Primary Care.

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What's New

2017-2018 Saskatchewan Pharmacy Letter

The Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch are registering pharmacies that plan to participate in the Province's 2017-2018 Seasonal Influenza Program.

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Updated SMAP Forms and Education

The Ministry of Health will be changing mandatory documentation requirements for the Saskatchewan Medication Assessment Program (SMAP) September 1, 2017.

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CPhA Releases New Study on Pharmacy Services

Expanding pharmacy services would translate to direct cost savings for governments and prevent chronic disease and premature deaths.

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Pharmacists care for hypertension would save Saskatchewan $423 million

A pharmacists care for patients with hypertension provides better outcomes for the patient and health care system.

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