Informatics

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Kerry Goldrosen, PharmD, BCPS, WPQC, CITI

Clinical Pharmacist
Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kerry Goldrosen's practice interests include pharmacy informatics. She serves on the American Medical Informatics Association and is a writer for the Health Informatics Certification Exam and is on the validation team for the Health Informatics Description of Practice Analysis Core Content Certification Exam. Kerry has previously served as the Chair of the ASHP Clinical Decision Support and Analytics Section Advisory Group and as the Vice Chair of the Clinical Information Systems Section Advisory Group. She is a founding member of the PSW Pharmacist Informatics Section and a sponsor of programming at their Annual Meeting and Educational Conference. She is also a member of the Health Information and Management Systems Society. Her project and research interests include health literacy in electronic medical records, optimization of electronic medical record builds, supporting ambulatory in-clinic pharmacists, and creating specialty pharmacy tools.

Ashley Hicks, PharmD, BCOP

Clinical Pharmacist
Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin-Madison
PGY-1 Residency: University of Minnesota Fairview Medical Center
PGY-2 Residency: University of Minnesota Fairview Medical Center Oncology
Ashley Hicks's practice interests include pharmacy informatics and oncology. She serves on the Inpatient Pharmacy Practice Committee. Her project and research interests include Willow ambulatory support and optimization and patient outreach workflows.

Julie Pawola, PharmD

Clinical Pharmacist
Pharmacy School: University of Illinois at Chicago
PGY-1 Residency: University of Iowa
Publications
Julie Pawola's primary practice area is informatics as a member of the UW Health Meds Management team. She is the coordinator for the PGY-2 Informatics Residency. She supports medication use within the electronic medical record (EMR) with a primary focus on the inpatient aspect of the EMR. She is active in both the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin (PSW) and American Society of Health System Pharmacist (ASHP), currently serving on the PSW Educational Programming Committee and ASHP Section of Pharmacy Informatics and Technology’s Educational Steering Committee. Her interests including clinical decision support, optimizing the EMR to expand the role of the pharmacists, promoting informatics education to pharmacy students and incorporating it into residency training. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time her family and friends, being outdoors and traveling. Her dream career is event planning.

Sara Pivovar, PharmD

Pharmacy Manager - Health Link Operations
Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin-Madison
PGY-1 Residency:
PGY-2 Residency:
Sara Pivovar's practice interests include informatics. Her project and research interests include streamlining pharmacist workflows and documentation practices in the hospital, clinic and retail settings to maximize pharmacist impact on patient outcomes as well as enhancing transitions of care.

Mike Reed, BS Pharm, BCOP, BCPS, BCCCP

Clinical Pharmacist
Residency Program Director - PGY-2 Pharmacy Informatics
Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Mike Reed's practice interests include hematology, bone marrow transplant, and informatics. He serves on the Vizient University Health System Consortium Pharmacy Network Cancer Care Committee and was a Founding Member of the PSW Informatics and Technology Advisory Group. He supports multiple ASHP and NCCN committees. His project and research interests include improving BMT pharmacy practice, EHR optimization for pharmacists, pharmacy monitoring and documentation, adaptive decision support, medication reconciliation, organizational structures and team dynamics, pharmacy management of oncology patient care locally and in patient homes, resident and employee wellbeing and resilience including study of EHR effects on wellbeing, pharmacogenomics, and expansion of pharmacist specialty practice.

Dan Ruhland, PharmD

Clinical Pharmacist
Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin-Madison Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin University of Wisconsin Health Informatics
Dan Ruhland's practice interests include informatics pharmacy. He serves on the Informatics Practice Committee. His project and research interests include dose warnings for providers, perioperative autoverification, and emergency department autoverification.




Keywords:Medication Management Informatics   Doc ID:91001
Owner:Mike F.Group:UW Health Pharmacy
Created:2019-04-11 17:00 CDTUpdated:2022-09-21 07:26 CDT
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