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Crawford and Touchette get funded

posted Aug 30, 2011, 12:20 PM by Nicholas Popovich   [ updated Oct 18, 2011, 1:30 PM by Unknown user ]

Drs. Stephanie Crawford (PI), James Shaw, Daniel Touchette and Lisa Sharp (College of Medicine) received funding of $310,000 from the Pharmacy Quality Alliance, Inc. (PQA) for the first known empirical study to evaluate face-to-face and telephonic medication therapy management (MTM) interventions in community-based settings. Study partners include UIC, SUPERVALU (Jewel-Osco) Pharmacies. Competitive Health Analytics (CHA, Inc., subsidiary of Humana), and Humana RxMentor -- which is also providing in-kind support for project activities.