© Rycroft Health 2015

Review and Optimisation of

Blood Glucose Lowering

Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes

THERAPEUTIC OPTIMISATION REVIEW

Our Optimal pharmacist reviews your diabetic patient’s therapy face to face and discusses optimisations to therapy in line with local and national guidelines including: How the patient presently uses their prescribed diabetic medication and other compliance issues associated with the patient’s prescribed diabetic therapy. The patient’s understanding of how their medication works and how non-compliance with medication may impact on their overall diabetic control. Our Optimal pharmacist will make relevant therapy changes in agreement with the with the patient in line with local and national treatment guidelines. The pharmacist will advise the patient of any drug  administration or potential side-effect  issues along with any necessary follow up arrangements.

SERVICE AIMS

To ensure that the treatment received by diabetic patients is in line with practice treatment protocols and national guidelines. To improve the patient’s knowledge of their condition and their diabetic medication to ensure they receive optimal benefit from their prescribed   therapy. To help achieve, where appropriate, Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF), General Medical  Services Contract (GMS) and local QIPP targets.

Innovations In Medicines Optimisation

Please contact our Therapeutics Lead for further information  Sahra Arshad            sarshad@rycroftllp.co.uk

Review and

Optimisation of

Blood Glucose

Lowering Therapy

in Type 2 Diabetes

THERAPEUTIC

OPTIMISATION

REVIEW

Our Optimal pharmacist reviews your diabetic patient’s therapy face to face and discusses optimisations to therapy in line with local and national guidelines including: How the patient presently uses their prescribed diabetic medication and other compliance issues associated with the patient’s prescribed diabetic therapy. The patient’s understanding of how their medication works and how non-compliance with medication may impact on their overall diabetic control. Our Optimal pharmacist will make relevant therapy changes in agreement with the with the patient in line with local and national treatment guidelines. The pharmacist will advise the patient of any drug  administration or potential side-effect  issues along with any necessary follow up arrangements.

SERVICE AIMS

To ensure that the treatment received by diabetic patients is in line with practice treatment protocols and national guidelines. To improve the patient’s knowledge of their condition and their diabetic medication to ensure they receive optimal benefit from their prescribed   therapy. To help achieve, where appropriate, Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF), General Medical  Services Contract (GMS) and local QIPP targets.
© Rycroft Health 2015

Innovations In Medicines Optimisation