Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy – Cincinnati, OH The iHEART Study: Influence of Hypertension Education and RPh-led Therapy Administration for the Underserved Matthew Lengel – Kroger Pharmacy – Columbus, OH A Pharmacist-Led Fitness, Nourishment, and WEIGHT REDUCTION Coaching Program : Patient Objectives and Utilization Jacqueline L’Heureux – Jewel Osco Pharmacy #3111 – Franklin Park, IL Impact of Pharmacist-Provided Patient Education on Primary Medication Non-Adherence Rates for Chronic Disease Condition Prescriptions in a Community Pharmacy Setting Leandro Llambi – Kroger Pharmacy – Cincinnati, OH Aftereffect of a Pharmacist-Led Rest Hygiene Coaching Program on Medication Possession Ratio of Sedative Utilized for Insomnia Andrew Morris – Kroger Patient Care Center – Lewis Middle, OH Evaluation of Collecting Individual Medical History Utilizing a Standardized Intake Type and the Impact on Identification of Drug Related Complications in a Community Pharmacy Setting up Haley Palmer – Hen Home Pharmacy – Olathe, KS Evaluation of Pharmacy-Initiated Interventions on Vaccination Rates in Individuals with Asthma or COPD Payal Patel – Jewel-Osco Pharmacy – Chicago, IL Impact of a Community Pharmacist Provided Medication Adherence Counseling Program on Individual Follow-up with Physician and Subsequent Medication Refills Erin Pauling – TigeRx Pharmacy – Honaker, VA Evaluation of a Medication Synchronization System and Associated Health Outcomes in Individuals of TigeRx Pharmacy Kevin Popa – Jewel-Osco Pharmacy – Lombard, IL Change in Individual Clinical Outcomes After Completing a Community Pharmacist-Led Diabetes Education System Katelyn Steele – Price Chopper Pharmacy – Overland Park, KS THE RESULT of Home-based Comprehensive Medication Reviews on Triple-Weighted CMS Star Rating Measurements Samantha Strong – Centro de Salud Familiar la Fe, Inc.Standard culture-based confirmation lab tests for ESBLs require 2-3 days to perform typically. Using pure clinical strains, the new study demonstrated reportable test results in 90 to 180 minutes. The test achieved sensitivity of 96 percent and specificity of 96 percent, on 53 positive and 73 detrimental strains. The test used the same agents as standard assessments, but performed with high swiftness and accuracy through the use of automated microscopy and picture analysis of small amounts of immobilized individual bacteria. The extensive research investigators included scientists from the Barnes-Jewish Medical center and the Washington University in St.