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Providing a medicines optimisation service to frail and vulnerable people at home can reduce the risk of medicines-related harm and could prevent hospital admissions, say the authors of a report in Clinical Pharmacist

As part of the service, patients are visited at home by either a pharmacist or pharmacy technician

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