The Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice Committee has developed a toolkit to provide information about starting ambulatory care pharmacy services, establishing transition of care practices, strengthening clinical practice, developing business models and keeping current with provider status information. Find the toolkit here, or click on the Toolkit graphic below.
The Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice Committee has also created a survival guide for ambulatory care pharmacists. The survival guide contains information on legal implications, credentialing and privileging, collaborative practice agreements, billing practices, pharmacist extender utilization, quality metrics and dashboard development, and evolving & expansion of pharmacy practice. The survival guide can be found by clicking here.
In an effort to provide valuable resources throughout the state, the Committee has included contact information for ambulatory care practice sites within the toolkit. These pharmacists volunteered to serve as a resource for others who are initiating ambulatory care services or those who would like to expand existing services and agreed to allow MSHP to share their contact information with members. While most of the toolkit content is available to everyone, access to the practice site list is a member-only benefit. Not a member of MSHP/MPA? Click here to join.
If you offer ambulatory care services at your site, and you are interested in being listed as a resource as part of the Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice Site List as part of the toolkit, please complete and submit the printable form, which you can fill out and e-mail to Communication@MichiganPharmacists.org, or fax to (517) 484-4893.
Please provide your ambulatory care pharmacy practice site information below as well as a specific contact person for your site.