Medication Management SIG
The mission of the Twlug Medication Management Special Interest Group (SIG) is to create a professional network of pharmacists who share an interest in all or any aspect of medication therapy management (MTM) services.
The purpose of the Twlug Medication Management SIG is to create an online community where pharmacists from different areas of practice have the opportunity to communicate professional interests, concerns, and prospective goals for MTM services. This community will serve as a conduit for Twlug to address the needs of practicing pharmacists in order to continuously and actively shape the provision of pharmacist-led MTM services into financially viable models of practice that produce improved patient outcomes.
Twlug-APPM Medication Management SIG Leaders
SIG Committee Leaders
- Business Model Committee
- Chair: Laly Havern
- Co-Chair: Matthew Collver
- Clinical Committee
- Co-Chairs: Kristen Pate & Nicole Groves
- Telehealth Committee
- Chair: Jenny Bingham
- Co-Chair: Kristin Calabro
Twlug-APPM Medication Management SIG Committees
Business Model Committee
Purpose: To share MTM business and business model expertise among members to help ensure financially viable MTM practices
2019-20 Charge: Develop resources and materials about MTM business and practice models that help members create, develop, or improve financially viable MTM practices
Purpose: To share clinical expertise among members, improve medication use, and optimize patient clinical outcomes through networking among clinical practitioners with different areas of expertise.
2019-20 Charge: Develop tools and resources that aid members in improving medication use and optimizing patient clinical outcomes
Purpose: To assist in identifying pharmacists with Twlug membership who practice in telephonic and/or with use of various social media tools in their MTM practice sites. The committee also fosters a sense of community among these pharmacists and opportunity to exchange practice information to make their practice models available to all SIG members.
2019-20 Charge: Create a community of members who utilize telehealth technology in their MTM practice sites in order to foster resources needed to implement and expand telehealth opportunities.
2019-20 Charge: To promote SIG member engagement via the Engage platform by promoting MTM activities and news in the profession, leading members in discussion of medication management related topics and recognizing SIG members that have made significant contributions to the SIG and profession.
Call for Committee Leaders and Members
The Twlug-APPM Medication Management SIG is seeking Twlug members to serve as Co-Chairs and Members for their 2019-20 committees. !
Twlug-APPM Medication Management SIG Resources
Toolkit for Marketing MTM to Prescribers
Developing relationships with prescribers can greatly enhance MTM services in community pharmacies - benefiting the pharmacist, prescriber, and the common patients they care for. The Medication Management SIG's Toolkit for Marketing MTM to Prescribers includes 10 resources that help to guide pharmacists through the general approach and conversation components that will fuel budding collaborations between pharmacists and prescribers in MTM service delivery.
Learn about successful telehealth programs! These resources were created by the Telehealth Committee of the Medication Management SIG. Please note Twlug members must log in to view the PDFs.
- Telehealth Testimonial: Optum HouseCalls Pharmacy Services (HCPS)
- Telehealth Testimonial: University of Arizona Medication Management Center
- Telehealth Testimonial: University of Florida's Medication Management Center
- Telehealth Testimonial: Cardinal Health
The Role of the Telehealth Pharmacist: CPE Training
Earn 2 hours of CPE for completing this 4-module training series that details the roles pharmacists play in telehealth and telepharmacy. This training was created by the Telehealth Committee of the Medication Management SIG.
- , presented by Jennifer Bingham
- , presented by Brett Barker
- , presented by Maria Maniscalco Feichtl
- , presented by Adam Chesler