302. CDS and PGY2 Pharmacy Informatics Training feat. Dr. Marc Willner

Intended Audience: Everyone

Originally recorded in early 2022.

On today’s episode, we had the opportunity to speak with lead pharmacy informatics specialist and residency program director, Dr. Marc Willner, on his career journey and what his role is in terms of clinical decision support.

Topics in this episode include:

  • Dr. Willner’s early career path
  • Vendor-neutral residency training
  • The importance of clinical knowledge prior to moving into pharmacy informatics
  • What the CDS informatics team is responsible for, such as pharmacy patient scoring
  • The feature request process
  • How COVID-19 affected practice

You can learn more about the Cleveland Clinic Pharmacy Informatics Residency program at https://my.clevelandclinic.org/departments/pharmacy/education/residency-programs

You can also reach out to Dr. WIllner at willnem@ccf.org

Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with which speakers have been, is now, or will be affiliated.

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For more information on pharmacy informatics, check out some of the following useful links:

ASHP’s Section of Pharmacy Informatics and Technology: https://www.ashp.org/Pharmacy-Informaticist/Section-of-Pharmacy-Informatics-and-Technology/
HIMSS: https://www.himss.org/resources/pharmacy-informatics-and-its-cross-functional-role-healthcare

Disclaimer: Views expressed are my own and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with which I have been, am now, or will be affiliated.