Health-System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership Residents

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	Cecilia Costello

Cecilia Costello

Pharmacy School: University of Rhode Island
Masters Project: Medication Safety Strategic Planning and Redesign
Career Interests: Medication Safety, Operations & Automation, Clinical Management, and Informatics
Hobbies: Cooking, cycling, watching New England Patriots football, and (social distance) exploring Madison with co-residents
Why UW? From the minute I arrived in Madison, I felt right at home. I chose UW Health for its legacy of extraordinary pharmacy leadership and progressive, innovative pharmacy services. The clinical and administrative preceptors are dedicated to training residents and preparing us to be leaders in a complex and ever-evolving healthcare environment. I could not be more proud to join a department that puts patient care above all else and continues to strive to be the nation's leader in pharmacy. On, Wisconsin!
Contact E-mail: ccostello@uwhealth.org

	Drew Dretske

Drew Dretske

Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin – Madison
Masters Project: The Price is Right! Revamping Medication Pricing Structure for Ambulatory Pharmacies
Career Interests: Specialty pharmacy, managed care, infusion services, 340B, informatics and data analytics, inpatient operations and automation
Hobbies: Golf, traveling, spending time with friends, co-residents, family, exploring new restaurants and anything Wisconsin Badgers or Green Bay Packers!
Why UW? The legacy, leaders, people, and the department’s dedication to patient care. The administrative and clinical preceptors at UW Health are devoted to developing top-notch graduates as evidenced by the alumni leaders across the country. The residency program allows residents to take a hands-on approach in innovative impactful projects that improve patient care while also moving pharmacy practice forward. This allows residents to develop the administrative, leadership and clinical skills necessary to succeed at large integrated health-systems. The culture, expectations and support from this program all help ensure you leave a lasting impact on the department while preparing yourself for the next steps as a future leader. I’m fortunate to be living a part of the UW Legacy! On, Wisconsin!
Contact E-mail: ddretske@uwhealth.org

	Herolind Jusufi

Herolind Jusufi

Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin – Madison
Masters Project: Navigating Access and Optimizing Medication Infusions (NAOMI) in an Academic Medical Center
Career Interests: Specialty Pharmacy, 340B Operations, Clinical Management
Hobbies: Enjoying time with friends and family, weightlifting, drinking Coke Zero
Why UW? "The legacy, leaders, people, and the department’s dedication to patient care. Administrative and clinical preceptors at UW Health are devoted to developing residents into pharmacy leaders as evidenced by our alumni all over the country. The residency program allows residents to take on impactful projects that improve patient care and are future-focused on advancing pharmacy practice. This allows residents to develop the administrative, leadership, and clinical skills necessary to succeed at large integrated health-systems. I’m fortunate to be living a part of the UW Legacy! On, Wisconsin!"
Contact E-mail: hjusufi@uwhealth.org

	Shannel Gaillard

Shannel Gaillard

Pharmacy School: Medical University of South Carolina
Masters Project: Implementation of a Diversion Detection Software at UW Health
Career Interests: Inpatient pharmacy operations, informatics, leadership development, drug policy, and supply chain
Hobbies: Traveling, hiking, doing puzzles, playing and watching sports, listening to podcasts, hanging out with friends and family
Why UW? The legacy of the UW Health residency program and the continued excellence in leadership, mentorship, pharmacy practice, and research is one of a kind. Early integration of the administrative residents into the pharmacy leadership team provides the challenge and support to develop exceptional pharmacy leaders in clinical and administrative practice. Year after year the residents complete substantial projects that enhance pharmacy practice at UW and lead the way for pharmacy across the country. I chose to become part of the UW legacy for the opportunities that will allow me to grow within my pharmacy practice and become an impactful pharmacy leader. On Wisconsin!
Contact E-mail: sgaillard@uwhealth.org

	Andrew Sonsalla

Andrew Sonsalla

Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin – Madison
Residency Project: Optimization of Unit Dose Dispensing Using Novel Robotic Dispensing Systems
Career Interests: Pharmacy operations and automation, specialty pharmacy, pharmacoeconomics , strategic planning/process improvements, medication safety
Hobbies: Hiking, biking, cooking, spending time with friends and family, home renovation projects, and Wisconsin sports
Why UW? UW Health is a top-tier pharmacy administrative program with an undeniable track record of producing highly qualified pharmacy leaders. UW Health's legacy, hands on managerial experiences, outstanding mentorship, and opportunities to lead impactful initiatives within the organization provide a learning environment that is second to none. The pharmacy department is made up of a highly motivated team of pharmacy leaders who are eager to drive the practice of pharmacy forward and ensure pharmacists are able to practice at the top of their license. I have no doubt this program will prepare me to develop new initiatives and tackle current issues in pharmacy going forward. On Wisconsin!
Contact E-mail: asonsalla@uwhealth.org

	Jeffrey Clark

Jeffrey Clark

Pharmacy School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – GA Campus
Residency Project: Medication Distribution Model Evaluation
Career Interests: Pharmacy Administration, Inpatient Operations and Automation, Specialty Management
Hobbies: Traveling, mentoring, volunteering, cooking, and watching the Atlanta Hawks
Why UW? The legacy and network at UW Health are unmatched and UW Health provides their future graduates with the best opportunities to connect with and become outstanding pharmacy leaders. The residency program allows for residents to play an impactful role early into their residency training, which is integral to the continued success of the pharmacy program. Furthermore, the people and culture at UW Health are fantastic and very supportive. I am beyond fortunate to be a member of the UW Health pharmacy program! On, Wisconsin!
Contact E-mail: jclark2@uwhealth.org

	Kofi Andoh

Kofi Andoh

Pharmacy School: Notre Dame of Maryland University
Residency Project: Discharge to Specialty Pharmacy Referral System / Inpatient Prior Authorization Improvement
Career Interests: Oncology Pharmacy, Specialty Pharmacy, Clinical Management, Ambulatory Management, System-Level Leadership, Infusion Services, Professional Organization Leadership
Hobbies: Basketball, photography, shopping for fly clothes/shoes, personal finance/budgeting, watching sports documentaries/hip-hop podcasts
Why UW? The UW Health HSPAL program undoubtedly felt like the right fit for me. Throughout the residency recruitment process, reservations may surface and rightfully so. I can say I never had a doubt about the quality, integrity, and training provided here at UW Health. As a part of the program now, the feelings I had during recruitment have multiplied exponentially as this program continually fosters the best pharmacy leaders in the country. Taking note of past residents’ success and seeing alumni at top hospitals across the country solidifies my belief in our program. From gaining hands-on interim pharmacy manager experience as a resident, to being immersed in a nation-wide network of pharmacy leaders, UW Health proves to be the premier destination for health-system leadership training.
Contact E-mail: kandoh@uwhealth.org

	Laurie Plewinski

Laurie Plewinski

Pharmacy School: University at Buffalo
Residency Project: UW Health Hospital at Home
Career Interests: Leadership development, Inpatient Operations and Automation, Pharmacy Enterprise Expansion, Pharmacy Practice Advancement, Pharmacy Technician Role Advancement
Hobbies: Quality time with family and friends, Exploring Madison with my co-residents, Running, Snowboarding, and 'Aunt-ing' (AKA being the coolest Aunt to my six nieces and nephews).
Why UW? The legacy, the people, and the experience. The UW Residency Program has a reputation of producing elite pharmacy leaders who go on to shape our profession. As a resident at UW, you quickly become an integrated part of a welcoming network of pharmacy leaders who prioritize your success. Compound this with the hands-on experience in leadership and project-development, UW is truly incomparable. In the residency search, I was looking for a culture of both support and excellence. I know that I found that in UW. I am proud and excited to get to learn from and become a part of the UW Health legacy. On Wisconsin!
Contact E-mail: lplewinski@uwhealth.org




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Created:2020-09-19 22:15 CDTUpdated:2021-10-07 13:59 CDT
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