Sign in

Pharmacy State University

Boise, Idaho, United States
May 26, 2018

Contact this candidate


Nicholas Wood, PharmD

Boise, ID ***** 208-***-**** Doctor of Pharmacy R esidency Trained Ambulatory Care 340B Clinical Specialty

Specialty Pharmacy

Refugee Care/Project



Teaching/Learning Curriculum

Medication Therapy Management

Collaborative Practice

Leadership Development

Community Pharmacy

Resourceful, decisive, and diligent Doctor of Pharmacy eager to utilize specialized skills and training to provide exceptional patient care, improve patient outcomes, and positively impact population health.

Dedicated and hard working employee who can manage time efficiently and balance priorities to ensure operational success and optimal customer/patient service and support.

Self-motivated team player possessing such qualities as drive, innovation and clear communication skills demonstrated by a history of positive and rewarding interactions with providers and staff that has allowed for a good rapport with all levels of healthcare and business personnel.

Constantly striving to identify new opportunities, techniques, and approaches for growth to exceed business and personal goals demonstrating accuracy and integrity. EDUCATION, LICENSURES, AND CERTIFICATIONS


Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD I DAHO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, Meridian, ID, 2017 Pre-Pharmacy curriculum, Undergraduate, IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY, Pocatello, ID 2013 Licensure:

Idaho State Board of Pharmacy, P7790, 2017-Present Idaho State Controlled Substance License CS45701, 2017 – Present Certifications:

Teaching and Learning Curriculum Program, IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, 2018 – Present 340B University, APEXUS, 2017 – Present

Crucial Conversations, IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, 2015 – Present APhA Immunization, 2013 – Present

BLS First Aid, CPR, & AED, American Heart Association, 2013 – Present Overdose Education & Naloxone Administration, IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, 2013 – Present RESIDENCY EXPERIENCE

FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY OF IDAHO (FMRI), BOISE, ID 7/2017 - Present PGY1 - Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice Residency – P rogram Director: Sabrina Allen, PharmD Achieve success by providing optimal level care when utilized as a member of a primary care team while attempting to meet specific organizational and mission goals for future ASHP accredited ambulatory care residency program. Focused on becoming a specialist in chronic disease state management and gaining experience in specialty care clinics offered at FMRI. Clinical Specialty 340B Pharmacy, Boise, ID: Preceptor, Jared Moore, PharmD 7/2017

● Ensure quality assurance and compliance f ocusing on delivery of appropriate, safe, efficient, and cost effective medication across numerous disease states and to all patients. Additionally, gain experience with foundational information of the 340B drug pricing program including eligibility, registration, recertification, pricing, contract pharmacies, implementation models and audit preparedness.

Ambulatory Care: P receptor, Parker Brown, PharmD, A AHIV 8/2017 Nicholas Wood, PharmD 2

● Ensure accuracy and accountability f ocusing on p ost disease state medication management consultation with patients relating to diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular risk reduction, and psych medications; collaborating with primary care providers to resolve medication issues

Refugee Continuity Clinic (RCC): P receptor, Parker Brown, PharmD, Abby Davids, MD, Babette Munting, NP 8/2017

● Developed and Implemented new model of care at FMRI b y targeting a population in which low health literacy has made management of chronic disease states a challenge. In collaboration with refugee providers, clinical pharmacy involvement has contributed to overall better control of disease states, improved adherence to medications, prevented adverse events, strengthened patient education, and increased clinic financial strength by increasing clinic capacity - allowing providers to see more patients. Lastly, developed metrics that effectively measure patient outcomes associated with the service provided.

HIV and PrEP Clinic: P receptor, Parker Brown, PharmD, AAHIV and Abby Davids MD 8/2017

● Reinforce education o f medications, disease state, safe sex practices, and importance of adherence to medication regimen. Identification of drug-drug interactions, resolution of issues with third party payers, and recommendations in cases of resistance and/or salvage therapy all contributed to safe and appropriate delivery of care in a high risk population. Hepatitis C Clinic: P receptor, Sabrina Allen, PharmD and Penny Beach MD 8/2017

● Ensured sustained success of treatment through in depth patient education, recognition of drug-drug interactions, completion of prior authorization requests, linkage to patient assistance programs which all increased patient access to treatment and eventually to effective cure of illness Rheumatology Clinic: P receptor, Roger Hefflinger, PharmD and Penny Beach, MD 8/2017

● Collaborated with physicians providing therapeutic recommendations when first line treatment options were no longer an option; completed prior authorization for Medicaid and Medicare as well as provided in depth education on new medication including, why they are taking medication, how to best administer medication, common side effects, what to do if a dose is missed, and how to store medication.

Transgender Clinic: P receptor, Parker Brown, PharmD, AAHIV and Marvin Alviso, MD 8/2017

● Provider support: a ssisted physician by resolving third party coverage issues provided information on sliding fee pricing and gave recommendations on most cost-effect hormone replacement options. Also, provided thorough counseling on all medications being prescribed by physician.

Ambulatory Care and Clinic Leadership: P receptor, Sabrina Allen, PharmD 8/2017

● Authored and implemented Collaborative Practice Agreement at FMRI.

● Panel Management: d emonstrate organizational agility: assess and stratify patient panel for targeted engagement; address gaps based on Care Manager information and coordinate various interventions with primary care providers.

● P&T Support: c reate and present drug reviews/monographs; investigate formulary for potential cost savings and changes.

● Prior Authorizations: maintain efficiency and accuracy in completing PAs for Medicaid and Medicare services.

● Management: maintain leadership performance based upon personal integrity and judgment when leading meetings, planning and preparing materials for lectures, topic discussions, or resident education. ADVANCED PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE (APPE)

Primary Children’s Hospital, S alt Lake City, UT 2/2017 Pediatric Transplant/Infectious Disease Unit: Preceptor, Emily Benefield, PharmD

● Assisted with medication management on liver, kidney, and heart transplant teams

● Gained confidence in pediatric dosing and dose adjustments St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center (RMC), B oise, ID 12/2016 Critical Care/Intensive Care Unit: Preceptor, Greg Slevin, PharmD

● Conducted pharmacy rounds: assessed patients for stress ulcer and DVT/VTE prophylaxis; provided therapeutic monitoring and dosing for antimicrobial therapies and TPN; educated nursing staff and supervised and trained 3r d year Pharmacy students during IPPE rotation.

St. Luke’s Regional Internal Medicine (SLIM), B oise, ID 10/2016 Ambulatory Care: Preceptor, Mike Biddle, PharmD, BCPS Nicholas Wood, PharmD 3

● Collaborated with physicians p roviding therapeutic recommendations and educated patients on disease state and medications.

● Provided direct patient and management of chronic conditions such as DM, HTN, and hyperlipidemia. St Luke’s Regional Medical Center (RMC), Boise, ID 9/2016 General Medicine: Preceptor, Mike Dickens, PharmD

● Developed hospital protocol for within EPIC for documentation of completed anticoagulation education

● Drafted press release regarding safety and efficacy of the 2016-2017 influenza virus vaccine Ladd Family Pharmacy, Boise, ID 8/2016

Advanced Community Practice: Preceptor Frank Talboy, RPh

● In addition to daily support of pharmacist, administered long acting antipsychotic injections and assisted with 340B inventory management and compliance.

Idaho State University College of Pharmacy; Meridian, ID 6/2016 Medication Therapy Management: Preceptor Kevin Cleveland, PharmD

● Prioritized multiple patient functions: patient care, drug education, appointments and follow-up, documentation, addressing concerns, CRMs for Medicare Part-D, and resolving payment issues.

● Experienced on multiple MTM platforms i ncluding: Mirixa, Outcomes, Assurance, and MTM Path Family Medicine Residency of Idaho (FMRI), Boise ID 5/2016 Hospital Practice: Preceptor, Roger Hefflinger, PharmD

● Worked in closely and in collaboration with medical residents and attending physicians in providing inpatient and outpatient care.


Ridley’s Pharmacy, K una, ID 2017-Present

Community Pharmacy, Staff Pharmacist

Family Medicine Health Center (FMHC) Pharmacy, Boise, ID 2017 - Present Clinical Specialty 340B Pharmacy, Staff Pharmacist Ridley’s Pharmacy, Kuna, ID 2013-2017

Community Pharmacy Practice Internship, Pharmacy Intern/Student Pharmacist

● Utilized organization and communication skills supporting business growth and success of overall long and short-term goals promoting image of service to patients, public, and staff.

● Achieved goals utilizing multitasking, time management, customer service and problem resolution skills adhering to all approved policies, procedures and standards.


● Employee of the Month – Family Medicine Residency of Idaho (FMRI) 2017

● William L. & Travis Maybee Memorial Scholarship 2013-2017

● Employee of the Month – Ridley’s Pharmacy 2016-2017

● ISU College of Pharmacy Local Scholarship 2014-2015 PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS


● “Refugee Care Pilot Project.” Family Medicine Residency Board of Directors. Boise, ID, May, 2018.

● “Pharmacotherapy of Insomnia.” FMRI Half-Day Conference. Boise, ID, March 2018. Nicholas Wood, PharmD 4

● “Erectile dysfunction Medications.” FMRI Half-Day Conference. Boise, ID, March 2018.

● “BCPS: Critical Care Medicine.” Boise Area Resident Forum. VA Hospital. Boise, ID. November, 2017.

● “Teaching and Learning Assessment.” Boise Area Resident Forum. VA Hospital. Boise, ID. October, 2017.

● “Pharmacology: Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous System. Second Year Doctor of Pharmacy Students. Idaho State University College of Pharmacy. September, 2017.

● “FMRI Collaborative Practice Agreement.” Family Medicine Residency Board of Directors. Boise, ID, September, 2017. Community Outreach and Poster Presentations:

● Health Screening & Education. Ridley’s Pharmacy. Kuna, ID, March 2015.

● “Ambulatory Care.” Poster Presentation at Pharmacy Day at the Capitol. Boise, ID, November 2014. MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS

● American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP)

● Professional Pharmacy Student Alliance, Idaho State University College of Pharmacy

● American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)

● International Pharmaceutical Student Federation

● Idaho Health-System Pharmacists (IHSP)

● Idaho State Pharmacy Association


Available upon request.

Contact this candidate