Hospiville – Conparmed, for the medication reconciliation
CONPARMED is a project aiming to guarantee the CONtinuity of the MEDICINE care course of the old patient via a territorial approach of clinical pharmacy.
This study, started in 2018 and completed in December 2019, aimed to assess the impact of patient discharge medication reconciliation on the rehospitalization rate linked to an adverse drug event during the 30 days following their return home. In addition to the development of conciliation in the territory of the GHT, the CONPARMED project has been the subject of several evaluations. Through the “Eval CONPARMED Haute-Bretagne” study, the clinical and medico-economic impact of medication reconciliation was measured on 470 patients aged 65 or over, hospitalized in one of the 12 departments.
The main objective was to quantify the rate of unscheduled readmissions and unscheduled emergency room visits related to an adverse drug event (ADE) during the 30 days following their return home.