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Presentations

Working with Your Pharmacist. October 2016. Renee Jones, PharmD, CPh 

Emerging Business Models: Innovating Partnerships Between Accountable Care Organizations and Pharmacists. Nova Law Review Symposium: Regulating Innovation in Healthcare: Protecting the Public or Stifling Progress.” Nova Southeastern University – Shepard Broad College of Law, October 2016. Stephanie Gernant, PharmD, MS; Genevieve Hale, PharmD, BCPS

Integration of Clinical Pharmacy in a Choric Care Management Team within an Accountable Care Organization: A report from the ACO Research Network, Services, and Education. American College of Clinical Pharmacy, October 2016. Tina Joseph, PharmD, BCACP

Clinical and Financial Impact of Pharmacists in an Accountable Care Organization. Roundtable. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA.  July 2016. Stephanie Gernant, PharmD, MS

Posters

Development of disease-specific self-management kits for at-home use: a report from the ACO Research Network, Services and Education (ACORN SEED). American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2016 Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, December 2016. Nguyen M, Seamon M, Gernant SA, Hale G, Jones R, Joseph T, Loeffler L.

Integration of Clinical Pharmacy in a Chronic Care Management Team within an Accountable Care Organization (ACO): a report from the ACO Research Network, Services and Education (ACORN SEED). American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2016 Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, December 2016. Joseph T, Seamon M, Gernant SA, Hale G, Jones R.

Improving Quality of Life and Cardiovascular Health and Wellness of Elderly Patients in South Florida. American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Scientific Meeting, October 2016. Miller J, Nieves A, Hale G, Maravent S, Joseph T, Alameddine S.

Developing Partnerships between an Accountable Care Organization and College of Pharmacy. NSU HPD Research Day, February 2016. Gomez S, Gernant SA, Hale G.

Grants

Name: Quality of Life
Title: “Improving quality of life and cardiovascular health and wellness of elderly patients in South Florida” 
PI: Genevieve Hale, PharmD, BCPS 
Funding Agency: Nova Southeastern University 
Status: Approved (Data Analysis Phase)

Name: Merit-Based Scholarship Award
Title: "Advancing Interprofessional Education of Pharmacy Students in Emerging Healthcare Models via an Adherence, Transitions of Care, and Medication Therapy Management (ATM) Center"
PI: Cynthia Moreau, PharmD
Funding Agency: NACDS Foundation
Status: Awaiting decision

Name: Value Assessment Initiative Challenge Award
Title: "Developing an Index Tool"
PI: Genevieve Hale, PharmD, BCPS
Funding Agency: PhRMA Foundation
Status: Awaiting decision

Ongoing Research

  • The establishment of outpatient rounds via an interdisciplinary chronic care management team within a primary care-based ACO
  • Development of Interprofessional APPE education within primary care accountable care organizations
  • The Impact of Pharmacists on Quality Measures in the Primary Care Setting
  • Development of disease-specific emergency kits for outpatient transitions of care
  • Improving Medication Adherence with a Pharmacist-Led MTM Clinic in the Primary Care Setting
  • Quantaflo: Identifying Patients with Peripheral Vascular Disease
  • Pharmacists Making Money in Quality Based Care
  • Pharmacist Planting a SEED in Primary Care
  • Evaluation of Heart Failure Self-Management Kits in the Outpatient Setting

ACORN SEED is a registered Practice Based Research Network (PBRN) with the US Department of Health and Human Services' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). Learn more about PBRNs here: https://pbrn.ahrq.gov/

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