Members of our team had the opportunity to present a new poster abstract at the 2023 NASP Annual Meeting & Expo, which was held from September 18-21.
High toxicity profiles of oral oncolytic medications (OAMs) can lead to decreased time on therapy.
Medication persistence can be improved through high-touch communication between patients and pharmacists. With earlier touch points, pharmacists are more likely to identify patient-related challenges to therapy.
Clinical care management and reporting platforms like TherigySTM℠ have allowed for the development of health system specialty pharmacy (HSSP) protocolized check-ins.
To evaluate the outcomes of an HSSP-led 7- to 14-day check-in protocol, using TherigySTM, on identifying and addressing early side effects of OAMs.
Read about the team's findings by downloading the Outcomes Study below.
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