The Change Package serves as the catalog of leading practices that Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative (PSPC) teams adapt and implement, using an accelerated improvement process.
Get the 2012 Change Package (PDF - 531 KB)
Reports - Read what is being published by our PSPC partners.
Call to Action: Expansion of Pharmacy Primary Care Services in a Reformed Health System - Argus Commission. 2009-2010 (PDF - 75KB)
The Emerging Role for Pharmacists to Address the Shortage of Primary Care Providers - AACP, July 2009 (PDF - 232KB)
Access for All Archive - Access for All is a monthly column featured in the American Pharmacists Association's (APhA) Pharmacy Today news magazine highlighting different issues and features of the 340B Drug Pricing Program.
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A Look Inside the PSPC Change Package - December 2008 (PDF - 484KB)
PSPC and the Voice of the Patient - November 2008 (PDF - 504KB)
PSPC Announces Collaborative Faculty Members October 2008 (PDF - 475KB)
Pharmacist Proves Value of Providing Clinical Pharmacy Services to Patients - August 2008 (PDF - 500KB)
Teams Learn Change: Improving Patient Safety and Health Outcomes - July 2008 (PDF - 476KB)
Eliminating Errors: Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative February 2008 (PDF - 443KB)
PSPC Team News - Read about what is being said about our current teams in various media outlets.
Teams Forming in New Jersey Expanding the Pharmacist’s Role in Direct Patient Care. The New Jersey Journal of Pharmacy, Winter 2012 (pg. 6)
Join a Statewide Public Health Initiative to Reduce Adverse Drug Events:Pharmacists’ Contributions To Be Recognized by CMS, Pharmascript, Newsletter of the Maryland Society of Health System Pharmacy, Nov/Dec 2011 (pg. 3)
Mountain AHEC Represented on Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Collaborative. North Carolina AHEC Program Newsletter. Fall 2009.
Nationwide Collaborative Aims to Improve Patient Safety. The Rural Monitor, a publication of the Rural Assistance Center, Fall 2009.
Home Is Where the Health Is: Advancing Team-Based Care in Chronic Disease Management. Archives of Internal Medicine, November 23, 2009.
Changing Care Model for Diabetes: Delivering Savings AND Superior Outcomes. Focus. American College of Medical Quality E-Newsletter.
HRSA Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative – Zufall Health Center in Dover, NJ. New Jersey Primary Care Association and New Jersey State Office of Rural Health Quarterly Newsletter. Spring 2009.
Harris, Y., Berrian, A., Kwon, L., Calvo, A. (Aug 2012). Redesigning the System from the Bottom Up: Lessons Learned from a Decade of Federal Quality Improvement Collaboratives Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 23 (2012): 11-20
Wallack, M., Loafman, M., Sorenson, T. (Aug 2012). The Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Collaborative: Improving Medication Use Systems for the Underserved Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 23 (2012): 96-102
Giberson S, Yoder S, Lee MP (Dec 2011). Improving Patient and Health System Outcomes through Advanced Pharmacy Practice. A Report to the U.S. Surgeon General. Office of the Chief Pharmacist. U.S. Public Health Service.
Murawski, M., Villa, K., Dole, E., Ives, T., Tinker, D., Colucci, V., Perdiew, J. (Dec. 15, 2011). Advanced-practice pharmacists: Practice characteristics and reimbursement of pharmacists certified for collaborative clinical practice in New Mexico and North Carolina
A. Cheng and M. Loafman (2011). Make Room for Teaching in the Patient-Centered Medical Home" (Nov/Dec 2011 issue of Family Medicine)
Sorensen A.V. & Bernard S.L. (2009). Strategies for safe medication use in ambulatory care settings in the United States. Journal of Patient Safety, 5(3), 160-167.
Dingham J, Glenn Z.M., Leal S. (2009) Improving patient safety—Improving lives: a patient's story. Journal for Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20(1), 103.