Pharmacist-managed anticoagulation clinics are critical for improving therapeutic outcomes in any health care system. We will discuss a collaborative approach that identifies patients for whom anticoagulation (warfarin) therapy is indicated. It bridges gaps in care in this vulnerable population. This initiative led to development of DVT protocol used by the medical providers. Results have shown significant optimization of anticoagulation care while reducing adverse effects, ER usage, and mortality.
- Compare and contrast anticoagulation management in the community and the correctional setting
- Describe a clinical pharmacist anticoagulation management service collaborative practice agreement
- Evaluate Warfarin dosing using current guidelines and lessons learned