The two year Pharmacy Informatics Residency offers advanced training in pharmacy practice and healthcare technologies at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The primary objective of the program is to prepare pharmacists to assume positions in health care related informatics fields. Participants will gain the tools and knowledge to understand and analyze the changing nature of today's complex medical delivery systems, plus the resources and savvy to anticipate and respond to those changes. Participants will complete a PGY1 pharmacy practice experience in the first year and receive specialized training during the second year in the following areas: Clinical Informatics, Clinical Decision Support, Epic Willow, Pharmacy Automation and Technology, Systems Change Management, Ambulatory Clinical Informatics, Pharmacy Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, and Medication Safety, in addition to a variety of elective rotations and longitudinal experiences. The resident will gain experience in pharmacy information governance, health system administration, leadership, issue and change management, pharmacy information systems, automation & distribution technology, clinical decision support, clinical documentation, process/workflow re-design, information security, project management, system testing, user training, and much more.
Alix A. Dabb, PharmD Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Oncology Clinical Decision Support
Director, Pharmacy Informatics Residency Program
The Johns Hopkins Hospital 600 N. Wolfe Street/Carnegie 180 Baltimore, MD 21287 E-Mail: email@example.com
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