Molly Ekstrand, BPharm, BCACP, AE-C, consultant with North Star Medication Optimization, LLC, along with Jane Gilbert, CPA, director of retiree health care, Teachers Retirement System of the State of Kentucky, offer an overview of how health care IT infrastructure can efficiently enable health systems, payers and purchasers of health care to identify groups of patients who will most likely benefit from comprehensive medication management services.

Hear more about using a risk stratification process for patient identification to select individuals that benefit most from comprehensive medication management services intended to produce value-based outcomes: economic, humanistic and clinical. There will also be discussion about why it is vital for regulators, care providers and payers to work together to establish standards and best practices to ensure access to clinical information, to include diagnostics, at the point of care.

This webinar will also showcase a case example of risk stratification in action with the Teachers Retirement System in Kentucky.

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