2017 Distinguished Service Award Winner
Starlin Haydon-Greatting is currently serving as the Illinois Pharmacists Association’s (IPhA) Director of Clinical Programs and Population Health, working primarily to create and establish ambulatory care medication management programs to improve patient centered care and medication optimization. She serves as the IPhA Patient Self-Management Program Pharmacy Network Coordinator, which includes programs for diabetes, pre-diabetes, and cardiovascular health. Haydon-Greatting also coaches patients in the pharmacist-based chronic care management program for self-insured employers in pre-diabetes, diabetes, cardiovascular health, asthma, and depression.
Starlin received her B.S. in Pharmacy degree from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy (SLCOP) and completed a primary care residency with the Alaska Area Indian Health Service. She practiced as a clinical pharmacist in health system pharmacy for 10 years and 17 years as the Director of Quality Assurance and Drug Utilization for Illinois Medicaid. As a pharmacist who specializes in pharmacoepidemiology, she is an expert in the field of health care outcomes research and drug-use analysis, with over 26 years’ experience with medical and pharmacy claims analysis and population health management.
She serves on the Pharmacy Quality Alliance Inappropriate Duplicate Therapy workgroup and the National Quality Forum Endocrine Steering Committee. Most recently she was appointed to serve as a member of the Board of Pharmacy Specialties Council on Ambulatory Care Pharmacy. Haydon-Greatting was inducted in 2016 into the Phi Lambda Sigma, Alpha Theta Chapter at SLCOP, an honorary pharmacy leadership society. In August and September 2017, she was honored to receive the Lambda Kappa Sigma Women in Pharmacy 2017 Vanguard Leadership Award, and is the 2017 recipient of the Excellence in Pharmacy Innovation Award at the IPhA-MPA Annual meeting.
Starlin proudly serves ASHP in the Section of Ambulatory Care Practitioners as a Past-Chair of the Section Advisory Group (SAG) on Compensation and Practice Sustainability and the liaison member to the SAG on Ambulatory Care Medication Management. Over the past 35 years with both state and national, Haydon-Greatting has had the privilege of presenting numerous programs, posters, and networking sessions with valued colleagues in Ambulatory Care and health system related issues, patient centered-care, and pharmacist provider status.
She also serves the American Association of Diabetes Educators as the IL CB Leader for the Illinois Coordinating Body and is a co-Chair of the Community and Clinical Linkages committee for the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Diabetes State Plan 2017-2020.