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PHARMACISTS HELPING SAFETY-NET CLINICS

High Value Medication Project

2007 CLINICIAN MATERIALS

Medpin has developed diabetes and hyperlipidemia materials providing drug information, therapeutic class comparisons, and clinical care guidelines for outpatient care of safety net patients.

Selected Patient Education Materials (pdf)
Lists medication education resources, some available in several languages, that California safety net clinics report using with their low literacy patients with diabetes or high cholesterol.

Hyperlipidemia

Questions and Answers about Statin Medicines (pdf)
Patient information in low literacy English (1 page).

Questions and Answers about Statin Medicines also available in low literacy Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese.

Treatment of Hyperlipidemia Monograph (pdf)
Overview of treatment of hyperlipidemia with statins (6 pages).

Hyperlipidemia Clinical Care Guideline (pdf)
Treatment guidelines for hyperlipidemia developed for the safety net provider environment (2 pages).

Clinician Tip Sheet (pdf)
Summary of key points from the monograph, specifically geared to safety net populations (2 pages).

Statin Comparison Chart (pdf)
Chart comparing use of statin agents (1 page).

Diabetes

Questions and Answers about Diabetes Treatment (pdf)
Patient information in low literacy English (1 page).

Questions and Answers about Diabetes Treatment also available in low literacy Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese.

Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Monograph (pdf)
Overview of treatment of type 2 diabetes (11 pages).

Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Clinical Care Guideline (pdf)
Treatment guidelines of type 2 diabetes developed for the safety net provider environment (4 pages).

 

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