Primary care networks are seen to be an essential tool when it comes to supporting neighbourhood-level population health management with a key focus on structured medication reviews (SMRs) and medicines optimisation.
In light of this, Healthy Wirral Partners (HWP) and local PCN clinical pharmacists have been working with Cerner to co-develop and implement digital tools which enhance SMRs and support improved medicines management and safety.
This case study explores how HWP made the most of Cerner’s HealtheIntent population health platform and medicines optimisation framework, to identify and prioritise patients who would benefit from a structured medication review. This involved using joined-up data from across primary, acute, community and mental healthcare settings.
The project also included support from Imperial College London, which helped the team understand the impact of the intervention and opportunities for learning and improvement.
Find out more about the project below.
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