2022 Incentive Grant Recipient: Joseph Bradley Cason, PharmD
Project Proposal: Impact of a Pharmacist-led, Primary Medication Non-Adherence Intervention Program on Prescription Refills in Underserved Patient Populations Among Four Chronic Disease States in One Regional Division of a Large Community Pharmacy Chain
Joseph Bradley Cason, PharmD, currently serves as the PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident at Kroger Pharmacy in Nashville, TN. He is a graduate of Belmont University College of Pharmacy.
The motivations behind this project include:
- Increasing patient outcomes through addressing primary medication non-adherence.
- Providing evidence-based counseling on patient specific barriers to initiating therapy for chronic disease states.
- Providing a clear path for fellow pharmacists to address primary medication non-adherence to provide better care to our patients.
"What excites me most about this project is the opportunity to connect with my patients on a familial level. This incentive grant will provide an effective and efficient route of communication between myself and my patients throughout the duration of this project."