Ontario funds the MedsCheck program for:
. anyone who takes three or more prescription medications for an ongoing, chronic condition
. anyone diagnosed with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes (even if you are not taking diabetes medication)
. any resident of a long-term care home
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Medication Review – Standard (MR-S)
The pharmacist meets with the patient to review their medications
and prepare a Best Possible Medication History (BPMH). The
purpose is to improve the patient’s understanding of their
medications, including what medications they are taking, why they
are being taken, and how best to take them. The BPMH can also
be shared with other health-care professionals, such as the
patient’s family physician or specialist.
Medication Review – Pharmacist Consultation (MR-PC)
Undertaken only when a medication management issue (MMI)
has been identified by a pharmacist during an MR-S. The
pharmacist, in collaboration with the patient, and, if applicable, the
prescriber(s), works to resolve the issue. This includes developing
and implementing a care plan to resolve the issue and evaluate
Medication Review – Follow-Up (MR-F)
The pharmacist meets with patients who have already received a
complete MR-S or MR-PC and require follow-up to:
Eligible patients may receive one Medication Review (which can
include a pharmacist consultation or follow-up) once every six
How to book a MedsCheck
Ask your pharmacist. You can book a MedsCheck appointment once a year.
Your pharmacist may also follow up with you if you:
After your MedsCheck visit
You and your pharmacist will sign and date your MedsCheck personal medication record (a list of all your medications). It is important that you or your caregiver bring this record with you when you meet with your doctor or for any hospital visits.
What to bring
Make sure you bring the following to your MedsCheck appointment: