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Persons with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) 

have better outcomes when they take the right combination of medications,
especially early in their treatment.

But with a national shortage of nephrologists, it can be hard to give patients the
individualized attention they need.


That’s why we advocate adding pharmacists to the care team for patients with CKD.

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37 million

of US adults have Chronic Kidney Disease.


Americans are on dialysis.


Americans have a kidney transplant

Many people with kidney disease are not receiving guideline-based medication therapy and many don't have access to needed medications.


bring value to persons living with kidney disease.

Empower patients and their care partners through education on their medical conditions, medications, including medication self-management

Ensure patients are taking the most appropriate medications to treat their symptoms and slow progression of CKD

Help patients understand the role of alternatives to medications (herbals, diet, exercise, etc.) relating to reducing CKD progression

Work with patients to ensure equitable access to needed medications

Improve patient satisfaction related to their medication plan

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