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Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services can effectively promote appropriate medication therapy, improve patient therapeutic outcomes, and control overall health care costs. Pharmacists and other health professionals collaborate to provide Disease State Management (DSM)/MTM, which targets the prevention of complications and treatment of chronic conditions.

OPA's Medication Therapy Management Committee maintains a Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Registry for patients and health providers. The MTM Registry identifies the location and services provided by MTM pharmacists in Ohio. It is self-reported and kept current by the staff of the Ohio Pharmacists Association (OPA). OPA recognizes the benefits of MTM services to improve the patient’s quality of life and encourages use of this resource. However, OPA does not endorse these providers and their services nor has OPA reviewed the listing of services submitted.  To download a printable form of the Registry, click on the following links.

MTM Registry by City or MTM Registry by Company


Training Program Info

APhA's Delivering MTM Services Certificate Training Program for Pharmacists

Hosted by the Ohio Pharmacists Association
Next Program: Sunday, February 28, 2016

Program details may be found at the following link:
APhAs Delivering MTM Services Brochure February 28, 2016

For secure online MTMS program registration, REGISTER TODAY!

If you are unable to attend this program and are interested in receiving a notification about upcoming programming, please submit the following form:  
MTMS Training Program Interest Form

You must attend the live session to receive CE credit for this program.


 Successfully Engaging Patients OHIO HANDOUT 20120813.pdf


a. OPA encourages you to view its  MTM Strategic Plan and participate in its implementation by joining OPA's DSM Task Force. One of the initial goals of this strategic plan is the MTM Registry (above) - a network linking pharmacists providing, or interesting in providing medication therapy management (MTM) services.  To keep the Registry current, we need to know who in Ohio is providing, or plans to offer, any type of screening, immunization, wellness and/or MTM services. Contact OPA with additions or updates to the Registry.

b. CMS has released updated versions of the MTM Standardized Format Instructions, and Frequently-Asked-Questions

c. Patient Newsletters for MTM Pharmacists to personalize and distribute - Medication Misuse

d. Medicare Part D Fact Sheet

e. OPA MTM/DSM Links

f. PDP Providers - Mirixa, Outcomes Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Services

g.  Institute for Safe Medication Practices


  1. MTM presentation by Tim Ulbrich, R.Ph, PharmD, April 2013 via OPA LinkedIn page  "Your local pharmacist is not who you think they are."
  2. MTM article in Cleveland Plain Dealer - 12.06.2010 Reviewing medications with pharmacist can improve health, save money
  3. OPA Disease State Management/Medication Therapy Management Task Force members recently met with Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Director of Pharmacy John Hanna, R.Ph., to submit a pain management program that may be administered in community pharmacy.
  4. Curt Black, R.Ph., PhD. was honored at the 2010 APhA Annual Meeting with the Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management Merit Award in recognition of his dedication to improved medication use and to promote the value of pharmacist-provided medication therapy management (MTM) services through the state of Ohio.
  5. Pharmacy Today’s featured Curt Black’s promotion of MTM throughout Ohio in its April 2010 issue and online – Black fosters growth of MTM throughout Ohio


S. 3543:  Medication Therapy
Management (MTM) Expanded Benefits Act of 2010

This bill, introduced by Sens. Hagen (D-NC) and Franken (D-MN), would expand Medicare beneficiary access to MTM services.  The legislation would do the following.

Asheville Project

In 1996, The Asheville Project was undertaken by the City of Asheville, North Carolina to provide education and supervision for individuals of chronic health problems with the help of community pharmacists. By working with pharmacists, 80% of employees met national criteria for optimal diabetes control; 60% of employees by the first 6 month follow up appointment. City employees and dependents benefited from improved health, decreased health care costs, fewer sick days and increased satisfaction with their pharmacist's services.

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 February 2016 
February 23, 2016

2016 Pharmacy Student Legislative Day

February 28, 2016

APhA's Delivering MTM Services Certificate Training Program for Pharmacists

OPA office- 2674 Federated Blvd., Columbus, OH 43235

March 15, 2016

APhA's Diabetes Care Certificate Training Program for Pharmacists

OPA office- 2674 Federated Blvd., Columbus, OH 43235

April 15-17, 2016

138th OPA Annual Conference & Trade Show

Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, OH

May 11, 2016

Live Webinar: Required OSHA Training for Immunizing Pharmacists