In this podcast episode, we will explore development of interprofessional teams that embrace pharmacy learners. The goal is to help arm academic pharmacists with candid insights on how to approach providers and practices with creating and developing integrated pharmacy services.
In 1984, Dr. Joseph Caplan established a physician-owned facility to treat patients suffering from a range of cardiological disorders. From there, the practice has grown into clinics in multiple cities with a sterling reputation for excellence. One of the ways we serve our patients is by providing personalized cardiovascular treatment plans. We recognize every patient is different, so we treat them as such.
Laurie Duvall joined Cardiac Solutions in 1999. Through her 33 years of experience, she has been able to combine both her clinical and leadership experience to develop the first population health based ambulatory cardiology practices in the area. She has grown the organization through value based relationships by achieving clinical outcomes and reducing the total cost of care.
Dr. Ariane Guthrie is a PGY2 Geriatric Pharmacy Resident at Midwestern University College of Pharmacy-Glendale. She graduated from the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy in 2020 and completed a PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System. She recently earned Board Certification in Pharmacotherapy and plans to pursue additional certification in geriatrics upon completion of residency. Her interests include geriatrics, ambulatory care, and academia.
Lindsay Davis, PharmD, BCPS, BCCP, ASH-CHC, TTS, FAzPA is a Professor at Midwestern University College of Pharmacy – Glendale (CPG). She earned her PharmD from the University of Arizona and completed residency training at the Phoenix VA. She is honored to have received teaching, mentoring, and precepting awards from CPG. Dr. Davis provides cardiology pharmacist services under a collaborative practice agreement at Cardiac Solutions. Her scholarly publications are focused on teaching and precepting methods as well as cardiovascular pharmacotherapy.