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"Evidence supporting the benefits of pharmacist involvement in direct patient care continues to grow and this book does an excellent job explaining how to build, manage, and advertise pharmacist-led ambulatory care clinical services."
(Michael C Barros, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, BC-ADM, Doody's Review Service, 2020)
As outpatient care continues to tip the balance against inpatient care, pharmacists are increasingly focused on finding and attaining a place as ambulatory care clinicians. Not only is the shift from inpatient to outpatient dramatic, it is occurring alongside changes to the fundamental business models of care delivery.
Building a Successful Ambulatory Care Practice: Advancing Patient Care, 2nd builds on the material presented in Kliethermes and Brown’s Building an Effective Ambulatory Care Practice by addressing the changes that have occurred in ambulatory care practice in recent years. It forges ahead into material not covered in the previous book, giving pharmacists both the information they need to make effective plans in the contemporary environment and the tools needed to implement them.