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Chapter 12. Overview of Medication Therapy Management Data Sets

Which of the following best describes the rationale for creation of the MTM data sets?

a. The need to train multiple MTM providers on an ongoing basis

b. The need for a comprehensive drug information resource

c. The need for a clinical decision support tool for MTM

d. The need to define the core elements of MTM

All of the following are potential uses of the compendium of MTM data sets EXCEPT:

a. A tool for educating trainees in an MTM practice setting

b. A resource to supplement MTM software programs

c. A resource for an MTM practitioner starting a new MTM program

d. A tool to use in screening for drug interactions in MTM patients

Which of the following is a limitation of the MTM data sets?

a. Lack of a treatment algorithm

b. Lack of a complete listing of adverse effects

c. Lack of suggested MTM interview questions

d. Lack of sample medication action plans

Which of the following best describes the basic organizational structure for each MTM data set?

a. Organized by type of medication-related problem

b. Organized by core elements of MTM

c. Organized by level of reimbursement for MTM services

d. Organized by complexity of patient problems

An MTM provider is scheduled to see a patient with low health literacy and multiple medical conditions. Which section of the MTM data set would give the provider guidance on how to best communicate complex medical concepts to this patient?

a. Living room language

b. Questions to anticipate from the patient

c. Sample provider communications

d. Supportive therapies

Which of the following is a unique component of the MTM data sets, as compared to traditional drug databases?

a. Categorization of prescription medications by drug therapy class


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