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EP. 115 | All-NEW! | Community-based Pharmacy Networks and Wrap-Around Pop Health Management Support

Emily Durham, MS, Network Liason, CESPN

By Michael Tetreault | Editor | Author | Host, The DocPreneur Podcast

Meet Emily Durham, MS | Network Liaison @ CPESN (Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Networks) | www.cpesn.com

Emily Durham, MS (right) spoke to a large group of Concierge Medicine and Direct Care Physicians in Atlanta at the 2017 CMT Concierge Medicine FORUM about Community Pharmacy options, benefits, patient care services and more | October 2018

Graduate of the MSci in Health Care Delivery; extensive background pharmacy sales and developing, implementing and managing physician dispensary operations for high-volume medical practices. Background in building strong and sustainable relationships with patients, providers and vendors. Expertise in pharmacy and health care regulations, quality standards and patient requirements. Hands-on clinical experience combined with advanced knowledge of pharmacy and health care facility operations.

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Meet Troy Trygstad, PharmD, MBA, PhD | Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network | www.cpesn.com

Not your average pharmacist… Troy Trygstad is a community pharmacist, a health economist, and a pharmacy visionary who continues to encourage pharmacy industry leaders into new and innovative ways of thinking.

Troy is the Executive Director of CPESN USA, a clinically integrated network of community-based pharmacy networks that endeavors to improve the quality and effectiveness of enhanced services provided by participating pharmacies and align them with the workflows and payment reform incentives of physicians, their support staff and other healthcare providers.

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Troy is the Executive Director of CPESN USA, a clinically integrated network of community-based pharmacy networks that endeavors to improve the quality and effectiveness of enhanced services provided by participating pharmacies and align them with the workflows and payment reform incentives of physicians, their support staff and other healthcare providers. He also serves as the Vice President of Pharmacy Provider Partnerships for Community Care of North Carolina, an organization providing wrap-around population health management supports for nearly 2,000 primary care practices.

He also serves as the Vice President of Pharmacy Provider Partnerships for Community Care of North Carolina, an organization providing wrap-around population health management supports for nearly 2,000 primary care practices.

Troy possesses over fifteen years of experience with multi-disciplinary care teams and intervention development under alternative payment and support models. He is the Project Director for a Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation Award that tests new models of payment and pharmacy connectivity to primary care providers and the medical neighborhood that includes over 250 pharmacies in North Carolina.

Troy proudly practices in a community pharmacy setting on nights and weekends and serves as a board member for the American Pharmacists Association Foundation and the Pharmacy Quality Alliance, as well as Editor-in-Chief of Pharmacy Times.

Troy and his wife, Peggy, have been married for 15 years. He enjoys biking and triathlons as well as chasing his three young kids around the house.

Related Resources:

Community Care of North Carolina, Inc. (CCNC, Inc.)www.communitycarenc.org

Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network | www.cpesn.com

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