The Voices of Change video and podcast series features brief recordings from leaders sharing their viewpoint on the movement to get the medications right. Feel free to view, share and link to social media.
- Julie Ceno-England, MD, OneOme
- Liz Helms, California Chronic Care Coalition
- Liz Fowler, JD, Ph.D., The Commonwealth Fund
- Amy Gutierrez, Pharm.D., Kaiser Permanente
- Amanda Brummel, Pharm.D., Fairview Health
- Orsula V. Knowlton, Pharm.D., Tabula Rasa HealthCare
- Paul Grundy, MD, GTMRx and Innovaccer
- Anand Parekh, MD, Bipartisan Policy Center
Brig. Gen. Allison Hickey (ret.) on getting the data right & the consumer viewpoint.
Dr. Ira Klein of J&J Health Care Services on the right drug for the right diagnosis.
Dr. Paul Grundy on the practice of medicine as a team sport. "No outcome, no income."
Dr. Paul Grundy on the role of collaboration in improving health care outcomes.
Allison Hickey on the multi-disciplinary, solution-focused vision of GTMRx.
Dr. Paul Grundy on where diagnostics fit in with GTMRx.
Paul Abramowitz on the importance of GTMRx for ASHP.
C. Edwin Webb on the importance of being involved with the GTMRx Institute.
Brigadier General (ret.) Allison Hickey on why she is involved with GTMRx.
Ira Klein on how the work of the GTMRx Institute benefits Johnson&Johnson.
Dr. Steve Goldberg on why the work of GTMRx is critical.
C. Edwin Webb on the importance of physicians being a part of the GTMRx.
Paul Abramowitz discusses the importance of inter-professional care.
Dr. Terry McInnis on the importance of physician involvement in GTMRx.
Paul Abramowitz on pharmacists, the health care team, & patient centered care.
Steve Goldberg's message to organizations that are interested in supporting GTMRx.
Terry McInnins on the importance of the $528 billion opportunity.
In this short podcast (6:48), C. Edwin Webb, Pharm.D., board member of the GTMRx Institute and senior policy advisor at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, shares why he decided to get involved with the GTMRx Institute to get the medications right.
C. Edwin Webb, Pharm.D., on the value of including the pharmacist when it comes to patient activation, education, monitoring and integration into the care process.
C. Edwin Webb, Pharm.D. on the importance of being involved with the Get the Medications Right Institute.
C. Edwin Webb, Pharm.D., on why a multi-stakeholder collaborative important for the Get the Medications Right Institute.
C. Edwin Webb, Pharm.D., on why other companies, specifically drug manufacturers, should be interested in what the Get the Medications Right Institute is doing.
Get the Medications Right Institute board member Dr. Terry McInnis talks about CMM and how GTMRx executive member, the Department of Veterans Affairs, can be a leader of CMM change in this month’s The Clinical Pharmacy Practice Office Podcast.
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