2024 Incentive Grant Recipient: Tia Fulton, PharmD
Project Proposal: The Value of a Pharmacist-Led Remote Patient Monitoring Service
Tia Fulton is a PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Resident with Korger and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' College of Pharmacy in Little Rock, AR. She graduated from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
"Community pharmacists are able to provide a multitude of non-dispensing services including remote patient monitoring. This is one of the many services community pharmacists are able to provide to better serve our communities. We are not limited to one task in one particular setting. The aim of this study is to determine the value of a pharmacist-led remote patient monitoring service."
" I would love for community pharmacists to get more recognition for all of the amazing services that we are able to provide. We are valuable clinicians who strive to serve countless communities to the best of our abilities."
" I am very excited about my project because I believe that it will help change the perception of the role of a community pharmacist. We are skilled, knowledgeable, easily accessible, and our focus is patient centered care. I am hoping that this service will show how valuable pharmacists are and will open many doors for pharmacists to provide many innovative services in the near future."