Pharmacy Home Initiative

Pharmacy costs represent one of the greatest areas of increased expense in the Medicaid budget. The Pharmacy Home Initiative provides local networks with additional resources to educate providers about quality and cost effective prescribing strategies.

The Clinical Pharmacist working with NPCC also conducts medication therapy management reviews to assure that patients' medications are both cost-effective and best suited to their health conditions.

Medicaid Preferred Drug List (PDL)

Click here to view and listen to a presentation on the Preferred Drug List.

Click here to access the Preferred Drug List.

Click here to access Prior Authorization criteria, and request forms.

Community Care Partners Network Pharmacist

Ronald DeVizia, Pharm.D., CDE
Senior Clinical Pharmacist & e-Prescribing Specialist
Medication Management, LLC
Regional Director, Clinical Services
Piedmont Pharmaceutical Care Network
Cell phone: (919) 464-1348
Fax: (919) 341-1649
Email: ron.devizia@emailmm.com

Durham Community Health Network

Pharmacist

Vera Farkas Reinstein, Pharm.D., B.C.P.S.
Clinical Pharmacist
Duke University Medical Center
Division of Community Health
Department of Community and Family Medicine
411 West Chapel Hill Street, 3rd floor
Durham, NC 27701
Office Phone: 919-613-4334
Email: vera.reinstein@duke.edu

Pharmacy Program Assistant

Eric Williams, CPhT
Certified Pharmacy Technician
Duke University Medical Center
Duke Division of Community Health
Department of Community and Family Medicine
411 West Chapel Hill Street, 3rd floor
Durham, NC 27701
Office Phone: 919 684 7083
eric.j.williams@duke.edu