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all the access that a younger adult may have. By having these processes, the medications can be ready for them prior to discharge by utilizing a possible in-house pharmacy which helps as well. This helps with the reeducation of readmissions to hospitals due to lack of medication or education. I think this helps patients as well with learning and developing trust with their pharmacist. If they are comfortable with their pharmacist, they may be more prone to ask questions rather than not taking their medications. I have seen that the pharmacist knows more about patients and their medication or allergies than their PCP. I am pleased that I conducted this interview with our pharmacist. There are very important to the care team as well. I learned about how a MD can write a prescription and send it directly to the pharmacy via electronic prescribing. I know I may speak with the pharmacist many times throughout my shift. I now understand their job better and how important it is to the patient’s wellbeing. References1.Hillblom D, Schueth A, Robertson SM, Topor L, Low G. The impact of informationtechnology on managed care pharmacy: today and tomorrow. J Manag Care Spec Pharm. 20142.2014 national progress report. Surescripts website. -2014-national-progress-report.pdf. Published 2014.