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Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS, PMSP, PRS - page 2

Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS, PMSP, PRS - page 2

Clinical Informatics Pharmacist

Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, serves as a Clinical Informatics Pharmacist for Veradigm. He graduated from Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2008. After serving as a hospital and community-based pharmacist for 7 years, Tom joined Allscripts in 2015. As the Veradigm clinical informatics pharmacist, Tom serves as a thought leader for Clinical Workflows, Practice Fusion, and Payer Health markets. He also manages the Allscripts’ Medi-Span content relationship for all medication related issues. Tom publishes a weekly newsletter to the Veradigm product management, sales, and payer teams. This newsletter provides insight on new FDA approved medications, relevant medical news, pharmacy benefit management (PBM) updates, and new genetic therapies. By connecting the Veradigm team and our external sales partners, the weekly newsletter helps the team stay on the forefront of medical updates, exceeding the needs our clients and ultimately helping to provide better care to each patient.


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  • Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS, PRS · January 27, 2020

    Perspective on Independent Physician Practices: A Look into the Past and the Future

    Perspective on Independent Physician Practices.

    Independent physician practices date back to the days when doctors would use a horse and buggy to make home visits to patients. These physicians took pride in serving the community and often received little compensation in return. As populations grew and cities became larger, physicians...

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  • Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS, PRS · January 24, 2020

    What Independent Practices Can Do to Address the Flu

    Address the Flu.

    This year’s flu has been less virulent in some areas, much more so in others. Whether you have had a flu shot or not, influenza can result in serious complications including hospitalizations and even death.1 The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends annual influenza...

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  • Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS, PRS · January 14, 2020

    A Clinician’s Perspective on Reducing Clinician Burnout

    Anyone who has practiced as a healthcare professional in the U.S. has experienced burnout to one degree or another. As a pharmacist, I have experienced it myself, many times. In today’s healthcare environment, every clinician is a potential candidate for burnout. And the implications of...

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  • Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS · August 6, 2019

    2019 Survey of Independent Practices

    2019 Survey of Practice Fusion Independent Practices- how do you stack up?

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  • Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS · April 10, 2019

    Helping improve patient satisfaction and practice efficiency with appointment reminders

    Patient no-shows are common and can affect independent physician practices in many ways. A study published in BMC Health Services Research found that patients do not show up to their scheduled appointments 18.8% of the time.1 Some estimates have missed appointments costing a single physician...

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