A study published in the Journal of Primary Care & Community Health showed that patients with hepatitis C virus treated at health facilities that served American Indian/Alaska Natives had better outcomes when the clinics collaborated with pharmacists. Local obstacles could affect a repeat of the findings, and further research is needed, wrote Rebecca Geiger, a pharmacist with the Indian Health Service in Lawton, Okla., and colleagues.
Study: Rural clinic-pharmacist partnerships improve HCV outcomes
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