Improving the Care of Dual Eligible Patients in Rural Federally Qualified Health Centers: The Impact of Care Coordinators and Clinical Pharmacists
Discusses a care coordination project that included 3 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and 502 patients in rural West Virginia and a tertiary care referral hospital in southern West Virginia to determine if expanded use of care coordinators and clinical pharmacists could improve the care experience and healthcare outcome of dual eligible patients.
Daniel Doyle, Mary Emmett, Amber Crist, Craig Robinson, Michael Grome
Journal of Primary Care and Community Health, 7(2) 118-121
Care coordination · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Healthcare quality · Pharmacy and prescription drugs · Pharmacy workforce · Statistics and data · West Virginia