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Polypharmacy, An Issue of Clinics in Geriatric Medicine. The Clinics: Internal Medicine 33-2

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  • Elsevier Health Science
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This issue of Clinics in Geriatric Medicine, guest edited by Mary Ann Zagaria, PharmD, is devoted to Polypharmacy. Articles in this outstanding issue include: CMS Support for Medication Therapy Management (Enhanced MTM): Testing Strategies for Improving Medication Use Among Beneficiaries Enrolled in Medicare Part D; Interventions in Critical Care Medicine: Identifying Polypharmacy-Associated Delirium in the Growing Older Adult Population with Multimorbidity; Falls-Related Injury, Hospitalizations, and Death: The Polypharmacy Connection; Geriatric Polypharmacy: Pharmacist as Key Facilitator in Assessing for Falls Risk; The Role of Patient Preferences in Deprescribing; Medication Risk Mitigation (MRM): Coordinating and Collaborating with Health Care Systems, Universities, and Researchers to Facilitate the Design and Execution of Practice-Based Research; Can Managed Care Manage Polypharmacy?; Medication Reconciliation in Long-term Care and Assisted Living Facilities: Improving the Transitions of Care Process to Minimize Risks of Polypharmacy; Polypharmacy Reduction Strategies: Tips on Incorporating the 2015 Updated Beers Criteria; Evidence Supporting Pharmacist-Conducted Medication Reviews: Patient-Care and Economic Benefits in Australia; and Medical Practitioner as Caregiver: Avoiding Geriatric Polypharmacy Up Close and Personal.

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