The goal of CPESN® Michigan is to improve quality of care and patient outcomes related to medication use, enhance patients’ overall health trajectory and reduce total cost of care. Key to CPESN Michigan approach is active integration of community pharmacist activity with the larger care team, including the primary care physicians, specialty providers such as behavioral health professionals, and the extended care team of the Patient Centered Medical Home. CPESN Michigan will seek pharmacy participation with those that have demonstrated interest in delivering high quality, patient-centered care that exceed traditional pharmacy dispensing services.
CPESN Michigan was founded in 2018, and is a growing network with 35 participating pharmacies currently.
In order to represent Michigan participating pharmacies to value purchasers and other payers, each pharmacy will be asked to complete two agreements via DocuSign:
- CPESN Michigan Pharmacy Participation Agreement (a non-legal binding agreement between MI CPESN and participating pharmacies).
- CPESN USA Pharmacy Participation Agreement (a legal document between CPESN USA and the participating pharmacy).
Leadership & Luminaries
Clayton Gilde, Managing Network Facilitator
Clayton Gilde, Network Lead Luminary
Local Network Requirements
The minimum requirements for participation in CPESN Michigan are the same as for participation in CPESN USA:
Comprehensive Medication Reviews
A systemic assessment of medications, including prescription, over-the-counter, herbal medications and dietary supplements to identify medication-related problems, prioritize a list of medication therapy problems and create a patient-specific plan to resolve medication therapy problems working with the extended healthcare team.
Medication Synchronization Program
Aligning a patient’s routine medications to be filled at the same time each month. The pharmacists will provide clinical medication management and monitoring for progression toward desired therapeutic goals during the patient appointment at time of medication pick-up or delivery.
Act of screening patients for ACIP recommended immunizations, educate patients about needed immunizations and administer immunizations when appropriate.
The process of comparing a patient’s medication orders to all of the medications that the patient has been taking (active, chronic, as needed and OTC including herbal) to avoid medication errors. This service is especially important during transitions of care when patients are most vulnerable to medication errors or mishaps.
Personal Medication Record
Ability to create a comprehensive list of current patient medications manually or from dispensing software.
Ensures safe opioid use in acute and chronic pain patients with risk factors for respiratory depression and opioid use disorder (OUD) and to educate about safe medication storage and disposal.
Ability to dispense naloxone and deliver proper counseling.