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Medication Therapy Management Pilot

Did you get a letter asking you to participate in the Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Pilot? If you did, we encourage you to participate.

What is Medication Therapy Management?

  • It’s a meeting with a pharmacist to review the prescription and non-prescription drugs you take.
  • It gives you more opportunities to discuss your drugs with a pharmacist.  They can answer any questions you have about what to expect from the drug, any side effects, and how your drugs interact with each other.
  • MTM’s goal is to help you get the most from your drug therapy.

What is the Medication Therapy Management Pilot?

It’s a program with no cost to you. It can help you:
  • Get better health results from your drugs.
  • Improve communication between you, your doctor, and your pharmacist.
  • Understand potential drug side-effects or interactions.
  • Have maximum input into your medication treatment plan.
After your visit, your MTM team may contact your doctor with any concerns. You will receive a copy of your current medication list and a copy of your personal medication action plan.

How do I get started?

Only TRICARE beneficiaries with certain health profiles are eligible to participate in the MTM pilot.

  • You must have at least one chronic medical condition, take multiple medications, and live near a participating location. 
  • If you get a letter about the MTM pilot, you have been selected to participate. Once you receive a letter:
  1. Make sure your information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System is correct.
  2. Wait for us to contact you to make your first appointment.
  • If you get your medications at one of the military hospitals or clinics listed below, that facility may contact you.
    • Ft. Campbell, KY
    • Patrick AFB, FL
  • If you get care from TRICARE network providers, the MTM Pilot vendor, Reef FSR – Healthcare, may contact you.

You’ll meet with your MTM pharmacist four to five times a year.  During your visits, you’ll:

  • Make a list of all the prescription and non-prescriptions drugs you’re taking.
  • Review your drugs for safety concerns.
  • Make an action plan to help you get the most out of them.
  • Ask questions about your drugs.
MTM Pilot Program Ending
The Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Pilot will end on September 30, 2018. If you are currently participating, you do not need to take any action.

Last Updated 6/5/2018

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Fort Campbell, KY:


Reef FSR – Healthcare:  


Patrick AFB, FL:


Defense Health Agency:

866-275-4732, option 1

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