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Medical Pharmacy

Danville, VA
May 17, 2020

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Kasey L. Richardson

*** ********* **** ******, ***** Carolina 27713 ● 434-***-****


Resourceful pharmacist with clinical and educational experience seeking to enter into a role within the pharmaceutical industry. Enthusiastic, forward thinking team player with the ability to identify opportunities for medical engagement in clinical and industry arenas. Proven skill in analyzing and reviewing medical research.


Retail Pharmacy Operations Long-Term Care Drug Utilization Review Presentations

Pharmaceutical Research Pharmacy Marketing & Promotions Detail-oriented

Conflict Resolution Networking Sales Strategies & Training MS Office Suite

Critical Thinking Regulatory Affairs Pharmacoeconomics Writing Skills Public Speaking


Graduate Intern 2018 – present

CVS Health

3+ years working in the pharmaceutical and customer-service arena including working with MTM, third party payment, and healthcare facilities

Experience working independently with time management skills to effectively manage multiple projects and meet deadlines

Practiced strong communication and strategic skills while engaging with patients, customers, and healthcare professionals

Demonstrated ability to maintain a great amount of scientific information across multiple therapeutic areas in a highly dynamic, changing environment

Proven customer-focus, problem solving abilities and with strong conflict resolution skills

Worked closely with regional manager to ensure store adherence to federal and state regulations, as well as company specific policies/regulations

Clinical Pharmacist Intern 2017-2019

Cape Fear Long-Term Care Pharmacy

Experience analyzing and reviewing biomedical literature to identify opportunities for medical engagement

Ability to communicate with third party payers, healthcare professionals, and key stakeholders through effective written/verbal communication skills

Proven ability to work within a team and engage in leadership roles

Analyzed drug information questions and utilized evidence-based medicine to make appropriate recommendations


U.S. Food Drug Administration 2018

Participated in informational sessions about the specific centers and offices that comprise the FDA

Discussed national drug shortages with a pharmacist from the Office of Drug Shortages

Discussed inspections with a pharmacist on the quality assurance team

Attended meetings with internal information, including pre-market drugs

Discussed the goals of health informatics and its impact on patient care


Yellow Belt: Lean Six Sigma


340B & Medicaid Training


The Pharmacist & Patient-Centered Diabetes Care


Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers


Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery



Remdesivir Used for COVID-19

Wake Forest Downtown Health Plaza

April 2020

Bisphosphonates compared to Denosumab

Wake Forest Downtown Health Plaza Journal Club Presentation

April 2020

Is Valbenazine Cost-Effective in Treating Tardive Dyskinesia?

Campbell University

March 2020

Journal Club: Rapid Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy

Moses Cone Memorial Hospital

January 2020

Patient Case: Clostridium Difficile Infection

Moses Cone Memorial Hospital

January 2020

Sickle Cell Disease: Pathophysiology and Treatment

Moses Cone Memorial Hospital

January 2020

Oral Antibiotic Therapy in Bone and Joint Infections

Moses Cone Memorial Hospital

November 2019

Care of Patient with Osteoporosis

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

October 2019

Role of Vitamin D Supplementation in Depression Treatment

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Journal Club Presentation

October 2019

Utilization of Unfractionated Heparin (UFH)

Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center

September 2019

Antibiotic Duration for Uncomplicated Gram-negative Bacteremia

Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center Journal Club Presentation

September 2019

Solriamfetol in the Treatment of Narcolepsy

BCBS – Journal Club Presentation

August 2019

Overview of the Affordable Care Act

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina

August 2018

Appropriateness of Basal-Bolus Insulin Use in the Hospital

SOVAH Regional Healthcare System

June 2018

Business Plan

April 2017

Campbell University

Healthy Aging

Alzheimer’s North Carolina (AlzNC)

November 2016


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