The American Society for Automation in Pharmacy

By: Will Lockwood | April 23, 2018

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PGx: Innovative Methods for Optimizing and Personalizing Medication Therapy

Ben Bluml, R.Ph., Senior Vice President, Research and Innovation, American Pharmacists Association Foundation

Growing PGx evidence demonstrates that individual genetic differences impact medication effectiveness and disposition. This presentation will explore CPIC guidelines and genotype-guided therapy selection to create personalized medication regimens designed to make medications safer and more effective in diverse populations. Learn how applying a unique patient-centered, team-based approach for implementing an individualized pharmacotherapy strategy at the point of care can contribute to improved health outcomes.


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By: Will Lockwood | April 23, 2018

On the agenda for our upcoming conference...

Wearables in Pharmacy: Opportunities for Patient Engagement and End-user Data Collection

Timothy Aungst, Pharm.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
The rapid rise of digital health technologies has led to a variety of wearable health devices that offer new means of data acquisition directly from patients. This data has the opportunity to be leveraged for directed patient care, along with use in clinical research. Timothy will focus on several examples of selected wearable technologies and the ramifications for pharmacy practice.


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