ASHP Foundation New Investigator Grant (Gums)    07/01/2015-06/30/2017
MEDication adherence: ALgorithms for Success (MED-ALS)
The goal of this study is to build and test algorithms within an electronic medical record (EMR) that can efficiently identify medication nonadherence in primary care office settings.
Role: Principal Investigator

1 R18 HL116259-01 (Carter & Coffey)    3/01/2014–2/28/2019
MEDication Focused Outpatient Care for Underutilization of Secondary Prevention (MED-FOCUS) The goals of this study are to conduct a multi-center, cluster-randomized implementation study utilizing a web-based, centralized CVRS run by clinical pharmacists to support medical offices with large geographic, racial and ethnic diversity to determine the extent to which the CVRS model will be adopted and implemented.
Role: Co-Investigator

1 R18 HL116311-01 (Carter & Levy)    08/08/2013–07/31/2018
Improved Cardiovascular Risk Reduction to Enhance Rural Primary Care (I-CARE) The goal of this study is to conduct a multi-center, cluster-randomized study utilizing a centralized Prevention Health & Cardiovascular Risk Service run by clinical pharmacists to support the efforts of rural medical offices to improve adherence to the Guideline Advantage metrics for reducing cardiovascular risk.
Role: Co-Investigator


R01 HL091841-01A1 (Carter)    4/15/09-2/28/14
A collaborative model to improve BP control and minimize racial disparities
The objective was to evaluate physician-pharmacist co-management of hypertension in a large multi-center clinical trial in clinics with geographic, racial and ethnic diversity.
Role: Co-Investigator

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