Residency Program

Pharmacy

Residency Program

PGY2 Informatics

The PGY2 informatics pharmacy residency is a full-time training program designed to build on experiences gained in the PGY1 year and to provide a well-rounded experience leading to the development in expert knowledge, skills, and leadership in the practice of pharmacy informatics. The program consists of intensive training and learning experiences in all aspects of the electronic medical record (EMR), computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system, clinical decision support, pharmacy automation, clinical automation, and other standards and best practices in the healthcare environment. Residents will train to manage the evolution of the medication use system by applying pharmacy informatics principles, standards, and best practices. The program allows the residents to train and develop competencies at an enterprise scale, focusing on the implementation, maintenance, and application of pharmacy technology and automation. Graduates will be specialized in the practical application of pharmacy technology and automation and be able to support hospital and pharmacy processes while ultimately contributing to patient care enhancement

Each resident will be a member of the pharmacy informatics team and train with clinical pharmacists, information technology (IT) staff, and clinical informaticists. The resident will participate in all aspects of maintenance and building of pharmacy automation systems as well as reporting and data analysis.”

Required Rotations

  • Foundations of Pharmacy Technologies
  • Introduction to Medication Use Systems and EHR
  • Data Visualizations and Analytics

Elective Rotations

  • Ancillary Technologies
  • Clinical Decision Support
  • Investigational Drug Services
  • Medication Infusion Pumps

Any required rotation may be repeated as an advanced elective

Longitudinal Rotations (1-2 hours weekly)

  • Data Visualization and Analytics II
  • Informatics Project Management
  • Medication Use Systems and EHR II
  • Pharmacy Automation
  • Pharmacy Informatics Leadership/Committee Membership
  • Research

 

Please refer to the Supplementary Information for additional learning experiences PGY2 residents participate in during the residency year.

Compensation and Benefits

Residents earn an annual stipend of $53,000. Paid time off is allotted for vacation/personal time, holidays, interviews, and professional meetings. Additional benefits include travel stipend for professional meetings, comprehensive health insurance, and subsidized housing (pending availability).

This residency program participates in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Residency Matching Program and is fully-accredited by ASHP.

Staffing Coverage

The PGY2 informatics resident will staff every third weekend in the pharmacy to improve skills with order entry, verification, automation, and operational workflows. The resident will also be integrated into the Pharmacy Informatics Support Group weekly remote on-call schedule every nine weeks to aid in response to emergent IT issues.

To Apply

For more information on the requirements for submitting an application to our program, please visit our To Apply page.

OUR TEAM

Informatics


David Li, Pharm.D

Specialty - Pharmacy Informatics

Residency Program Director, PGY2 Informatics

Primary Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Enterprise
Pharmacy Education: University of Connecticut
Post Graduate Training:
PGY1: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital /Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
PGY2 Informatics: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital /Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Research/Professional Interests: Pharmacy informatics, automation, and data analytics
[email protected]

Bobby Lee, PharmD

Bobby Lee, PharmD

Director EHR- Clinical IT Shared Services

Primary Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Enterprise
Pharmacy Education: St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Research/Professional Interests:  Clinical decision support, medication safety, user experience, digital health, social/economic disparities, machine learning/AI
[email protected]

Margaret Marshall, PharmD, BCPS

Specialty - Pharmacy Informatics

Residency Program Coordinator, PGY2 Informatics

Primary Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Enterprise
Pharmacy Education: University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Post Graduate Training:
PGY1: The Brooklyn Hospital Center
PGY2 Informatics: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Research/Professional Interests: Pharmacy Informatics, Medication Safety, Automation Optimization, Alert Fatigue
[email protected]

Steven Stettner, PharmD

Steven Stettner, PharmD

Pharmacy Manager - Data Analytics

Primary Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Enterprise
Pharmacy Education: St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Post Graduate Training:
PGY1: BronxCare Health System
PGY2 Informatics: Michigan Medicine
Research/Professional Interests: Data analytics, data visualization, predictive modeling
[email protected]

Emily Tang, PharmD

Emily Tang, PharmD

Specialty - Pharmacy Informatics

Primary Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Enterprise
Pharmacy Education: University of Georgia College of Pharmacy
Post Graduate Training:
PGY1: AdventHealth Orlando
PGY2 Informatics: AdventHealth Orlando
Research/Professional Interests: Pediatric critical care & infant/pediatric cardiac critical care pharmacokinetics, ECMO, PICU Pain/Sedation; Medication Safety in Children, academia/preceptorship
[email protected]

Andrew Tong, PharmD, BCSCP

Andrew Tong, PharmD, BCSCP

Specialty - Pharmacy Informatics

Primary Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Enterprise
Pharmacy Education: University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
[email protected]

Yang Fan, PharmD

Pharmacy Operations Manager

Primary Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital /Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Pharmacy Education: St John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Post Graduate Training:
PGY1: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital /Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Research/Professional Interests: Pharmacy Informatics, Pharmacy Operations, Pharmacy Automation
[email protected]

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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Department of Pharmacy

David Li, PharmD
Residency Program Director, PGY2 Informatics