Many patients have benefited from the P3 Program® since it was first introduced by the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in 2006.

Explore the chart below to learn more about current and past clinical initiatives in which the P3 Program has been involved.

Clinical Initiatives and ProgramsTransitions of Care (TOC)Collaborative Drug Therapy Management (CDTM)Medication Therapy Management (MTM)Medication ReconciliationMobile Technology/Telehealth
McCormick & Co, Inc.  
University of Maryland Quality Care Network (UMQCN)
West Baltimore Mobile Integrated Health Community Paramedic (MIH-CP)  
Totally Linked Care in Maryland (TLC-MD) Transitions of Care (TOC) Program  
University of Maryland Transform Health Maryland Care Transition Organization (UM THMD CTO)  
Prevention Link of Southern Maryland: CDC-Funded Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Management Program  
University of Maryland Regional Capitol Health at PG Health Center (UMRCH-PGHC) Care Transition Organization (CTO)  
Interprofessional Care Transitions Clinic (ICTC) at the University of Maryland Regional Capitol Health at PG Health Center (UMRCH-PGHC)  
Chesapeake Public Schools    
Upper Chesapeake Medical Systems    
GRACE    
Western Maryland Health System    
Chesapeake Regional Medical Center    
American Society of Health-System Pharmacy (ASHP)    
Department of Management and Budget    
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene    
University of Maryland Medical Center Employees    
Baltimore City Health Screenings        
Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) Bay West Endocrinology