Pharmacy Intelligence – Insights from Aggregate Benchmarking
Recently aggregated nationwide drug data from hundreds of health systems, as well as outpatient prescription data, show COVID-19 response and post-recovery have had dramatic impacts on medication availability, utilization and costs. Learn how pharmacy leaders are using these aggregated data sets, together with their own analytical tools, for strategic pharmacy operations and to inform other departments such as supply chain, finance and population health.
As first presented at Scottsdale Institute
“I’m really delighted that as we developed these data insights, pharmacy supply chain was an important factor in deciding to reopen our health system for elective surgeries.”
Sandy Salverson, OSF Healthcare
Sandy Salverson, PharmD, BCPS
VP Pharmacy Operations, OSF HealthCare System
Sandy Salverson is the VP for Pharmacy Operations at OSF HealthCare System, based in Peoria, IL. Sandy leads the service strategy and pharmacy operations execution for the eleven-hospital health system, which includes oversight of collaborative optimization of a $100 million drug budget with medical staff, supply chain, and finance.
Staci A. Hermann, PharmD, MS
Chief Pharmacy Officer, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health
Staci Herman is the Chief Pharmacy Officer at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health. Staci received a Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from the University of Rhode Island. She then completed a year of post-graduate residency training at Aurora Healthcare in Milwaukee, WI, followed by a two-year focused post-graduate residency training in Pharmacy Administration with a Master of Science in Pharmacy Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Throughout her career, she’s managed a variety of areas within pharmacy such as inpatient operations, informatics, clinical practice, etc. She is very active professionally in both the American Society of Health-System Pharmacist and Vizient national organizations where she has leads a number of committees. Much of her work focuses on shaping the profession of pharmacy in the ever-changing healthcare landscape.
James Stevenson, PharmD, FASHP, FFIP
VP Medication Systems Strategy, Omnicell
James G. Stevenson is Vice President of Medication Systems Strategy at Omnicell. Previously, he served as president of hospitals and health systems services at Visante, Inc. Before joining Visante, Stevenson was chief pharmacy officer at the University of Michigan Health System and associate dean and department chair of clinical, social, and administrative sciences at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. He also served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.