From the abstract: "Pharmacists' interventions, particularly in the primary care setting, have demonstrated positive outcomes on patient care, but rarely translate into impact and scale when reviewed systematically. Specifically, comprehensive medication management (CMM) is often poorly understood, not well defined, and lacks a measure of fidelity. A consistent approach to delivery of CMM is critical to ensure impact. One way to achieve this is to establish the usability of an intervention, so practitioners have a common language around implementation of CMM to ensure fidelity and facilitate positive outcomes on patient care."
Blanchard, C. M., Yannayon, M., Sorge, L., Frail, C., Funk, K., Ward, C., Livet, M., Sorensen, T., & McClurg, M. R. (2021). Establishing a common language for the comprehensive medication management patient care process: Applying implementation science to standardize care delivery. Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, 4(9), 1070-1079. doi:10.1002/jac5.1496