Study Shows Point-of-Care Testing Increases Patient Access to Care

A new study shows that collaborative physician-community pharmacy programs featuring point-of-care testing have the potential to improve patient care and population health. The study, published in the Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy journal and funded by the NACDS Foundation, looked at flu and strep throat testing done through collaborative practice agreements.

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