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Farmacia Hospitalaria

versión On-line ISSN 2171-8695versión impresa ISSN 1130-6343

Resumen

CALLEJA HERNANDEZ, Miguel Ángel et al. Pharmacotherapy follow-up of patients under treatment with biologic agents for chronic inflammatory systemic conditions: an agreement among hospital pharmacists for the tandardized collection of a minimum set of data. Farm Hosp. [online]. 2017, vol.41, n.1, pp.31-48. ISSN 2171-8695.  http://dx.doi.org/10.7399/fh.2017.41.1.10463.

Background and objective:

The objective of this study was to reach a consensus on the minimum set of data that would allow to optimize the pharmacotherapy follow-up of patients on biologic agents for chronic systemic inflammatory conditions, through structured and standardized collection with an electronic tool in the hospital pharmacy.

Materials and method:

A scientific committee was formed (n = 5 hospital pharmacists). The Delphi Technique was used, 2 rounds of consultation by e-mail for hospital pharmacists. A structured questionnaire was used, based on a bibliographic review and recommendations by the scientific committee; 37 statements were assessed with the Likert 5-point scale (1= “Strongly Disagree”; 5= “Strongly Agree”). Consensus was reached when 75% or more of panel members assigned a score of 1-2 (rejection consensus) or 4-5 (agreement consensus) to the matter reviewed. Descriptive statistical analyses were conducted.

Results:

The study included 21 hospital pharmacists (70 were invited, there was 70% response). Consensus was reached for 100% of statements. The minimum set of data was agreed upon, as well as the recommendations that the pharmacist had to collect and make during visits: to document the health status, health-related quality of life, changes in treatment compliance and in patient autonomy, as well as the conditions to make feasible the systematic collection of the minimum data set.

Conclusions:

There is consensus among hospital pharmacists about a minimum data set to be collected, through an electronic tool, which will order, standardize and structure the pharmacotherapy follow-up of patients with chronic inflammatory conditions on treatment with biologic agents in the Spanish public health system.

Palabras clave : Pharmacotherapy follow-up; Hospital pharmacy unit; Systemic inflammatory condition; Tumour necrosis factor-alpha; Consensus; Delphi.

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