The medication therapy review (MTR) is a systematic process of collecting patient-specific information, assessing medication therapies to identify medication-related problems, developing a prioritized list of medication-related problems, and creating a plan to resolve them.
The personal medication record (PMR) is a comprehensive record of the patient’s medications (prescription and nonprescription medications, herbal products, and other dietary supplements).
The medication-related action plan (MAP) is a patient-centric document containing a list of actions for the patient to use in tracking progress for self-management
The pharmacist provides consultative services and intervenes to address medication-related problems; when necessary, the pharmacist refers the patient to a physician or other healthcare professional.
MTM services are documented in a consistent manner, and a follow-up MTM visit is scheduled based on the patient’s medication-related needs, or the patient is transitioned from one care setting to another