2022 Incentive Grant Recipient: Taylor Mize, PharmD
Project Proposal: Evaluation of a pharmacist-led diabetes coaching program on clinical and economic outcomes in a self-insured grocery chain
Taylor Mize, PharmD currently serves as the PGY1 Community Practice Resident at UMKC School of Pharmacy/Price Chopper Pharmacy in Grandview, MO. He is a graduate of University of Missouri-Kansas City.
"I am honored to be a recipient of the Incentive Grant this year, and I look forward to exploring the impact that pharmacists can have on clinical and economic outcomes in the community setting."
Pharmacists play a vital role in patient care –sometimes more of a role than others recognize. Taylor hopes by completing his project, he can demonstrate the clinical and economic value of pharmacists in the community setting.
"I am excited about my project and receiving an Incentive Grant because I feel that the community practice model is changing in a way that places more value on outcomes and clinical services. Receiving the Incentive Grant will help me demonstrate that pharmacists are well positioned to provide these services and are capable of delivering quality patient care in the community pharmacy setting."