If a member was recently discharged from the hospital and prescribed a duplicate medication of what they already have at home, Medication Reconciliation would identify the duplicate medication and correct it. Taking a double dose of medication can be dangerous, especially for a member with multiple chronic conditions.
Medication Reconciliation Solutions
Aspen RxHealth delivers clinical pharmacy services, including Medication Reconciliation Solutions in a revolutionary new way.
By tapping into our nationwide network of over 5,000 licensed pharmacists, we can provide the highest level of care to health plan members.Speak With a Solutions Expert
Medication Reconciliation Reimagined
As a health plan, you know how important Medication Reconciliation is, especially during transitions of care, such as a hospital discharge. Complex member populations with multiple chronic conditions are likely to need several prescription medications, and it’s critical to ensure that those drugs interact safely with each other.
Now with Aspen RxHealth, pharmacists from our nationwide network can communicate directly with your members to perform Medication Reconciliation. Even better? While on the phone, our pharmacists can deliver multiple services to those members, maximizing the value of every interaction.
Why Aspen RxHealth: Benefits of Outsourcing the Process
Why choose Aspen RxHealth as your Medication Reconciliation partner?
- We use licensed, clinically-trained pharmacists for all outreach, never pharmacy techs or students. This ensures that the most qualified clinicians are caring for your members and addressing their complex needs.
- Pharmacists are intelligently matched with members via our mobile-based application. Using clinical and often-overlooked social factors such as geographic location and language, we pair the right pharmacist with the right member, every time.
- We’re laser-focused on member experience. With no app to download or account to create, our modern technology telephonically connects members with pharmacists directly, lowering barriers to care.
A New Way to Approach Medication Reconciliation
Keeping your members healthy is always top of mind, and Aspen RxHealth is here to help. By stepping in during critical periods like transitions of care, we can identify medication contraindications and correct them before they become dangerous and costly.
During the same consultation, an Aspen RxHealth pharmacist can provide multiple additional services. Why not complete a comprehensive medication review (CMR), or remind members to get their annual flu shot once they’re on the phone?
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Comprehensive Medication Reviews (CMRs) and Targeted Medication Reviews (TMRs) for eligible member populations.Learn More About MTM Solutions
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Medication Reconciliation FAQ
Who performs a Medication Reconciliation consultation?
Aspen RxHealth only uses licensed pharmacists to provide care to health plan members. They are some of the most trained and educated clinicians – so doesn’t it seem natural to leverage a pharmacist for clinical pharmacy services? We think so.
When should Medication Reconciliation be done?
Medication Reconciliation is an important part of care transitions, such as when a member is discharged from an acute care facility. Health care providers usually perform Medication Reconciliation in the post-discharge setting for all patients. For Medicare Advantage plans, Medication Reconciliation is an important quality measure that must be completed within 30 days.
Why is Medication Reconciliation important?
Medication Reconciliation protects members from potentially dangerous drug interactions and/or drug dosages. By making sure that members are taking the right drugs at the right dosage, they remain healthier and happier.
Can Medication Reconciliation be done alongside other services?
Absolutely. That’s why Aspen RxHealth pharmacists bundle multiple member consultations into a single phone call. By taking this approach, member abrasion is dramatically reduced, and outcomes are improved.