Dr. Steven Chen is Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the USC School of Pharmacy, the William A. Heeres and Josephine A. Heeres Chair in Community Pharmacy, and Director of the USC Titus Center for Medication Safety and Population Health. He is PI or Co-I for over $18 million in grant-funded research evaluating the impact of Comprehensive Medication Management (CMM) on healthcare quality, safety, cost, and patient and physician satisfaction, including a $12 million CMMI Healthcare Innovation Award. He is founder of the California Right Meds Collaborative (CRMC), a partnership between health plans, community pharmacies, and medical clinics providing CMM, supported by value-based payments. CRMC is supported in Los Angeles County by a $3 million CDC 1817 Wellness grant through the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Dr. Chen has received over 20 local, state, and national awards recognizing his work in clinical practice innovation / transformation.
Our healthcare system is evolving to prioritize better health and quality of care for all. Especially in the wake of COVID-19, pharmacies continue to make unparalleled impacts on healthcare access and value across communities.
Monday, January 30
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Grand Cypress Ballroom
As follow up to the General Session Incentivizing What Matters: Transforming Payment Models to Improve Health Outcomes, this session discussion will provide practical tips to implement and expand opportunities to sustain pharmacy-based clinical care through innovative payment models.
Monday, January 30
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Grand Cypress Ballroom B
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress • Orlando, FL
January 29–31, 2023
The NACDS Regional Chain Conference is a working meeting that offers unique networking opportunities with both your peers and trading partners.