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December 16, 2013
A forward-looking strategy is essential when selecting health information technology solutions.
Four major trends will dominate the health information technology landscape during the coming year.
Standardizing the steps of medication therapy management can help facilitate the seamless exchange of clinical information.
By leveraging analysis of "Big Data," pharmacies can extend their ability to serve a key role in primary care.
Online tools are shaping the ways in which utilization management is deployed.
This issue of Directions in Pharmacy focuses on health information technology.
The Educated Patient
Patients and caregivers are seeking smartphone health apps that are adaptable to their needs.
Pharmacy informatics specialists are in high demand.
Big changes in pharmacy technology will affect the ways that pharmacists communicate with patients and health care providers.
The Entrepreneurial Pharmacist
The entrepreneurial pharmacist has the responsibility of creating the value proposition for providing medication reconciliation.
Keeping up with the latest connectivity options has become an essential task for pharmacists as health care migrates from paper to electronic systems.
December 13, 2013
From the Chairman
Within this issue, you learn about how "Big Data" can impact costs and improve patient care dramatically once its secrets are unlocked.
Pharmacists can employ new tools to educate and engage patients while maximizing outcomes.
The increased emphasis on interoperability and interconnectedness in health care brings challenges and rewards to pharmacists.