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As part of our mission to get the medications right, we create tools and resources to help our stakeholders get started on the path to change.

Whether it’s the our belief statements to be used to convince others, a summary of the data that drives our mission and vision or the ten steps to achieving CMM, we encourage you to download, use and share the tools we’ve created.

10 Steps to Achieve CMM

Pharmaceuticals are the most common medical intervention, and their potential for both help and harm is enormous.  Ensuring that Americans get the most benefit from advances in pharmacology is a critical component of improving the national health care system.

Comprehensive Medication Management (CMM) is the standard of care that ensures each patient’s medications (whether they are prescription, nonprescription, alternative, traditional, vitamins, or nutritional supplements) are individually assessed to determine that each medication is appropriate for the patient, effective for the medical condition, safe given the comorbidities and other medications being taken, and able to be taken by the patient as intended.

The Proof Points

The numbers are staggering, but the solution comes down to one simple question: Is this the right medication for this person? GTMRx will advocate for comprehensive medication management, practice transformation and policy and payment reform to solve the $528 billion problem of non-optimized medication use. We will work to empower physicians and medication experts as collaborative members of the care team, so together they can ensure that medications are appropriate, safe, effective and precise. That’s how we save lives, save money and, when possible, restore health.

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We Believe

The GTMRx Institute is anchored in our belief statements. They’re at the center of everything we do.

If you agree, we invite you to join the movement to get the medications right. Together, we’re working to save lives, save money, and when possible, restore health by getting the medications right.

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