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Nursing home drug and nutritional therapy cost-savings by the consultant pharmacist



Nursing home drug and nutritional therapy cost-savings by the consultant pharmacist



Nursing Homes and Senior Citizen Care 36(6): 6-8



The study demonstrated areas where the consultant pharmacist's recommendations, when requested by patient/family or facility and accepted by the attending physician, can produce substantial drug cost-reduction to the patient, facility, and Medicaid reimbursement system.

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