Paul W. Bush, Pharm.D., MBA, BCPS, FASHP
Vice President, Global Resource Development and Consulting
Paul Bush is ASHP's Vice President for Global Resource Development and Consulting. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of ASHP's mission to create products and services, including accreditation, educational offerings, and consultation, that further practice advancement around the world. Paul's more than 40 years of accomplished hospital and health-system pharmacy leadership make him an ideal partner in strategic planning and setting and achieving short and long-term practice advancement goals.
Prior to his current role, Paul held the positions of Chief Pharmacy Officer for Duke University Hospital in Durham, NC, Director of Pharmacy Services for Medical University of South Carolina, St. John Hospital and Medical Center and Detroit Osteopathic Hospital and was Corporate Director for Clinical Pharmacy Services for Horizon Health System. Dr. Bush has served on the faculty of several schools of pharmacy, and has been deeply involved in ASHP at the state and national levels for most of his professional life.
David J. Warner, Pharm.D.
Senior Director, Consulting and Practice Development
David J. Warner is Senior Director, Consulting and Practice Development in ASHP's Office of Practice Advancement. In this role, David leads ASHP's domestic and international consulting programs, working with pharmacy residency programs and pharmacy services around the world to prepare for accreditation, assess pharmacy operations and clinical services, illustrate opportunities for advancement, or customize a consultation to meet a pharmacy department's or organization's specific need. David's experience in clinical services, practice model evaluation, education, residency training programs, and hospital pharmacy management, and his collaborative and results-oriented style help him work with programs to create a consultation that meets each client's individual needs.
Prior to his current role, David was Director, International Residency Program Development in the Accreditation Services Office at ASHP. For more than 30 years, David has been a clinician, an administrator, an educator and a leader in his roles at ASHP, Duke University Hospital, and University Hospital at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Lynnae Mahaney, BSPharm, MBA, FASHP
Senior Director of Pharmacy Accreditation
Lynnae Mahaney is ASHP's Senior Director of Pharmacy Accreditation in the Office of Practice Advancement. On ASHP's Global team, Lynnae manages the administration of ASHP's International Pharmacy Residency Program Accreditation and International Hospital Pharmacy Services Accreditation. She guides programs through the steps of the accreditation process and ensures that they have a clear plan for meeting their goals.
Prior to her current role, Lynnae was the Executive Director of the Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA). She has also served as vice president of hospital pharmacy services for a pharmacy consulting company operating in the US and internationally, Chief of Pharmacy for the VA Hospital in Madison, WI and has held leadership positions at several community hospitals. She has been active in leadership development within the US Veterans Administration network, and has worked nationally to promote practice model advancement. Lynnae is a past president and fellow of ASHP and has gained a national and international reputation for the advancement of pharmacist practices.
Douglas J. Scheckelhoff, MS, R.PH., FASHP
Senior Vice President, Practice Advancement
Doug Scheckelhoff is ASHP's Senior Vice President of Practice Advancement. He provides leadership and coordination of ASHP initiatives addressing critical practice issues. Doug oversees the Centers on Pharmacy Practice Advancement, Medication Safety and Quality, Practice Development and Pharmacy Accreditation. He also coordinates ASHP international programs, services, and consulting.
Prior to coming to ASHP, Doug was Director of Pharmacy at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC and held leadership positions in academic teaching hospitals for 17 years. He is a frequent speaker and leading voice on medication safety, practice advancement, and best practices.