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MTMPath Adds New Features

MTMPath is THE pharmacist electronic health record - designed by pharmacists for pharmacists (Read about MTMPath's complete feature set here).  Used by clinical pharmacists in all care environments - managed, ambulatory, community and long-term care.  CSS is continuously working to…

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5 STAR CMR Rates

In March of 2019 Coe, et. al. published - Patterns and predictors of older adult Medicare Part D beneficiaries’ receipt of medication therapy management(https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1551741119308137). While the data is somewhat lagged (Medicare beneficiaries who were eligible, offered, and received a CMR…

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The Case for Behavioral Health MTM

Earlier this month the Journal of the American Pharmacist Association published a comparison of medication therapy management (MTM) between Medicare beneficiaries with and without mental health conditions. The Study Design The study, Examining Medicare Part D Medication Therapy Management program…

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2020 Part C and Part D STAR Measures

Late last year CMS published a Part C and D STAR measure fact sheet (https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Prescription-Drug-Coverage/PrescriptionDrugCovGenIn/Downloads/2020-Star-Ratings-Fact-Sheet-.pdf). In this month's blog I present a few highlights that are especially pertinent to folks directing medication management and medication related quality improvement efforts. Background…

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MTM Program for Dual Eligible Populations

Recognizing the complex needs of the 10.8 million people estimated to be eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid (“Dual-eligible” or “Duals”), CSS Health and Bridgewell Medical have partnered to develop and offer DualPath™, a Medication Therapy Management (MTM) program focused…

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NEXT GEN MTM

When the Core Elements framework for MTM was developed at the inception of Medicare Part D, it envisioned a model in which MTM was delivered primarily through a community pharmacy network. Over time, we have come to realize that this…

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