The PGY2 residency in Population Health Management and Data Analytics (PHMDA) builds upon PGY1 residency graduates’ competence in the delivery of patient-centered care and support of optimal medication therapy outcomes. The residency trains pharmacists to integrate health information, evidence-based medicine, outcomes measurement, and data analytics to inform decisions surrounding pharmacy services and population health management. Graduates are adept in discovering and optimizing synergy between clinical knowledge, information technology, and pharmaceutical operations, equipping them to function in a multifaceted professional environment and lead change to improve patient outcomes.
Graduates of this program will become skilled in concepts of population health management, applied pharmacoeconomic principles, and data analytics, thereby enabling them to create, implement, and optimize population health care initiatives designed to improve health outcomes of patients covered by government, managed care, or public/private health care systems, agencies, companies, and organizations.
The PGY2 Population Health Management and Data Analytics Pharmacy Residency Program at Wake Forest Baptist Health is a 12-month, full-time, postgraduate training experience based in our large regional health system. The program aims to develop critical data analysis and leadership skills to expand clinical services as it relates to population health. Residents will be instrumental in departmental and organizational initiatives that focus on value-based care and improving access, quality, and cost of care for patient populations. One position is available.
Why Wake Forest Baptist?
- Join a rapidly expanding population health pharmacy team
- Gain experience in a wide variety of value-based care services
- Work one-on-one with pharmacy data analytics experts
- Collaborate with system leaders and population health stakeholders
- Ample opportunities for precepting, teaching, and mentoring PGY1 pharmacy residents and pharmacy students
- Participate in the first PGY2 Population Health Management and Data Analytics Pharmacy Residency in the Southeast and second in a large health system