Over 2,100 West Virginia pharmacists ready to help!
Currently most West Virginia residents on Medicare do not have access to important services provided by pharmacists, including:
- Chronic Disease Management (e.g. Diabetes, Heart Disease)
- Drug Therapy Management
- Preventative Screenings & Related Counseling and Education
- Glucose Testing
- Blood Pressure
If H.R.592/S.109 becomes law, pharmacists - a qualified and underutilized health care provider - can help address the needs of West Virginia's medically underserved.