Medication Systems and Operations Residency
This program offers extensive training to establish advanced and innovative medication systems in clinical, operational and technology settings. Residents learn and apply the fundamentals of hands-on project management (i.e., initiate, plan, execute, and close on team deliverables) for projects of varying complexity and scale. Graduates of the residency obtain leadership positions in hospital pharmacy requiring skills in project management, productivity and systemization.
Meet Our Resident
Pharmacy school: Texas Southern University
Residency project: Implementation of an operational service to insource sterile preparations made from non-sterile ingredients
Career interests: Pharmacy Operations, Informatics, Medication Safety, Leadership Development
Hobbies: Singing karaoke, cheering for the Houston Astros, discovering new coffee shops/restaurants/bars around Madison
Why UW? The Medication Systems and Operations Residency Program originated here, and I get to work with the first MSO residents in the country. Originally, I had interests in administration or informatics, but with the MSO program I gain experience in both areas. Also, I was drawn to the large residency class to grow with, support each other, and learn from our varied career interests and backgrounds. Ultimately it is clear that UW fosters their residents and gives them opportunities to make a significant impact within the health-system. I look forward to making a beneficial change to add to the legacy of residents from UW.
Contact E-mail: MDano@uwhealth.org