MS & PHD STUDENTS

Kimberly Saverno, PhD

Degree: 
PhD
Program: 
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Track: 
Pharmaceutical Economics, Policy and Outcome
Dissertation Title: 
“Impact of Medicare Part D on Pharmaceutical and Medical utilization Among Arizona's Dual Eligible Population”

Alumna
Year Graduated: 2011

Honors & Achievements
1. Graduate Track Awards: Outstanding Research, 2011-12.

Publications
1. Malone DC, Saverno KR. Evaluation of wireless handheld medication management device in the prevention of drug-drug interactions in a Medicaid population. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy 2012; 18:33-45.
2. Warholak TL, Hines LE, Saverno KR, Grizzle AJ, Malone DC*. An assessment tool for pharmacy drug-drug interaction software. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2011; 51: 418-424.
3. Saverno KR, Hines LE, Warholak TL, Grizzle AJ, Babits L, Clark C, Taylor AM, Malone DC*. Ability of pharmacy clinical decision support software to alert users about clinically important drug-drug interactions. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2011: 18:32-37.
4. Saverno KR, Malone DC*, Kurowsky J. Pharmacy students’ ability to identify potential drug-drug interactions. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2009; 73(2):Article 27.
5. Hines LE, Saverno KR, Warholak TL, Grizzle AJ, Murphy JE, Taylor A, Malone DC. Pharmacists' awareness of clinical decision support in pharmacy information systems: an exploratory evaluation. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.  2011; 7 (4): 259-368. PMID: 21530417.
Originally posted: April 1, 2015
Last updated: October 8, 2015
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