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Kansas Collaborative Practice Agreement

April 10, 2021 by gilsperling

While CPAs are not a prerequisite for collaborative care, they can be used to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of collaborative care delivery. If they are used to their full potential, CPAs have the opportunity to improve access to medical care, expand services available to patients, improve efficiency and coordination of care, and use the expertise of pharmacists in drug matters to complement the skills and knowledge of other members of the health team. 65-1626a. Practice of pharmacy defined; People who work as pharmacists. (a) For the purposes of the Kansas State Pharmacy Act, the following persons are considered to be engaged in pharmacy activities: under the extensive authorization of care I, II and III, a dental hygienist who meets certain statutory experience requirements and enters into an agreement with a dental practitioner may , without prior authorization from a dentist, provide services to population groups with limited access to oral health care in some schools (e.g.B. , chief start-up programs, public prisons, local health services, care clinics in need, retirement homes, etc.). Kan. Stat. Ann. 65-1456 Collaborative Practice Agreements (CPAs) create formal practical relationships between pharmacists and prescribers. CPAs can use collaborative care by specifying which functions are delegated to the pharmacist by the co-operated prescriber, in addition to the pharmacist`s typical scope of application, under negotiated conditions defined in the agreement.

National Count Now up to 48 states and Washington, D.C., where pharmacists have authority to practice collaboratively This toolkit was developed by ChangeLab Solutions, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Alliance of State Pharmaceutical Associations (NASPA) and the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) through a cooperation agreement with ChangeLab Solutions. The National College of Physicians determines a physician`s supervisory duties through a PA. The State Medical Board takes into account the breadth of paA training and skills, the different practice parameters in which Paas and treating physicians practice, the needs of the state`s geographic area, where the PA and the medical practice, and the different degrees of direction and supervision by a supervising physician adapted to these attitudes and areas. Kan. Stat. Ann. No. 65-28a08 Under Kansas law, NPAs may exercise quasi-independence and are not required to exercise direct supervision, but this structure was developed in conjunction with the requirement for an agreement on collaborative practice and the intent of such an agreement, which provides reasonable standards for oversight and delegation. To maintain meaningful cooperation, doctors must do more than sign a Community practice agreement. The Kansas Act (KSA 65-28,127) imposes clear requirements and restrictions on physicians who work with, monitor or delegate non-medical personnel. In particular, physicians can only direct and monitor acts and functions within their specialty that can be performed competently by the non-physician. In addition, delegated acts should be established in a written agreement to provide clear limits and support to non-physicians.

The conclusion of an agreement on cooperation practices should be the beginning of a clearly defined working relationship. According to Michael Larkin, Ceo of KPhA, the goal of physician-pharmacist collaboration is to use the pharmacist`s expertise and knowledge in the areas of drug therapy, treatment fidelity and cost barriers to complement the physician`s work and improve the outcome of the patient`s drug therapy. “As the health care system moves away from older models of care and away from newer models that unders and sustain health outcomes and improve patient outcomes, collaborative practice is one of the tools that will help the health system improve patient care management,” said Larkin

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