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Practice-Based Research: Measuring Costs and Outcomes Resulting from Pharmacist Provided Interventions. International Pharmaceutical Conference at Al-Zaytoonah University in Jordan. October 2012.
Clinical Pharmacy in the US and the role of Outcomes Research within the practice of pharmacy. Presented to hospital pharmacy staff at The King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Saudi Arabia. October 2012
Improved Outcomes resulting from Medication Therapy Management (MTM): Developing and evaluating programs that improve quality and decrease costs. Presented a session at The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) Annual Meeting, November 2010.
Importance of Capturing Outcomes to measure Pharmacy Success. Presented to members of the Walgreens Diabetes LTC team.
Improvement in Economic, Clinical, and Humanistic Outcomes resulting from pharmacist-conducted MTM. Invited to present to VP of Pharmacy Operations at Fred’s Pharmacy and his Staff and The Health Economics and Outcomes Research Team for Daiichi Sankyo.
Improved Adherence, Outcomes, Work Productivity and Work Flow: Results from MTM programs. Presented to Discount Drug Mart Vice President and the Director of Pharmacy Operations and IQWare.
Positive Outcomes and ROI Associated with Employee participation in a MTM program. Presented to HC-21 and the HEOR team members for Daiichi Sankyo through a funded invitation by Daiichi Sankyo.
Improved Adherence and Outcomes Associated with Employee participation in a MTM program. Presented to Employers Health through a combined invitation by Employer Health and Daiichi Sankyo.
“Enhancing the Health of employees through Pharmacist Care Programs.” Research Round Table at Ohio Pharmacist Association (OPA) Annual Meeting.
Led a Research Round Table titled, “Building Collaborative Research Relationships in Practice,” in the ESAS (Economic Social and Administrative Pharmacy) section at the 2009 American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Annual Meeting & Exposition in San Antonio. April 2009.
Preliminary Outcomes Associated with Medication Therapy Management. Presented to members from Amerisource Bergen including the National Director In-Store Pharmacy Solutions, Group Vice President, and Retail Sales Director for North Region. Summer 2008.
“Impact of Pharmacists Interventions on Improving Care and Decreasing Costs.” Ohio Healthcare Quality Improvement Summit (OHQIS). Audience included, among others, Ohio’s Governor and his Officers. Columbus. November 2008.
“Ohio Pharmacists Improve Chronic Care Management for Patients with Diabetes.” Ohio Healthcare Quality Improvement Summit (OHQIS). Audience included, among others, Ohio’s Governor and his Officers. Columbus. November 2008.
Type 2 Diabetes and Insulin: An Expanding role for Pharmacists in Implementing Medication therapy Management Services. CE Symposium. National Community Pharmacy Association (NCPA) Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, October 14, 2007.