Mission Statement: CPESN West Virginia is focused on improving the health of West Virginians through collaborative efforts with health care providers and health care organizations to ensure safe and effective therapeutic outcomes.
Network Description: CPESN West Virginia is high-performance network of West Virginia community-based practices dedicated to serving our patients with enhanced pharmacy services and collaborating with other members of the healthcare team to improve patient health outcomes. Our goals include partnering with other health care providers, health care systems, accountable care organizations, and other key stakeholders; contracting with payers for billable compensation of patient care services; and ensuring that our network is responding and adapting to the needs of the communities of West Virginia.
Leadership & Luminaries
Gretchen K. Garofoli, Managing Network Facilitator
Jason Turner, Network Lead Luminary
Krista D. Capehart, Lead Account Manager
Local Network Requirements
Comprehensive Medication Review
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.
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 process should be done at every transition of care, and other times as applicable. Pharmacists should assess for discrepancies, communicate with other providers/health-systems, and work closely with the patient to ensure that their current medications are intended and appropriate. Pharmacists will document that they performed the medication reconciliation, identified any discrepancies, and communicated with other providers as necessary
Personal Medication Record
Ability to create a comprehensive list of current patient medications manually or from dispensing software.
Provide each patient receiving a dispensed medication from the participating pharmacy ready access to unscheduled face-to-face meeting(s) with a pharmacist employed by the participating CPESN pharmacy during operational hours. For pharmacies not staffing a pharmacist during operational hours, a non-pharmacist involved in the patient’s care must be available for the unscheduled face-to-face visit as well as a pharmacist via appropriate telecommunication methods upon request by the patient or the pharmacy staff-person who provides service in support of that pharmacy.