Mike Broyles is a Doctorate Prepared Pharmacist with 25 years of experience as a Hospital Pharmacy Director, providing patients with current concepts in the clinical use of drugs. Working for a large IDN as their pharmacy advisory chairman to develop and implement clinical initiatives, he also consults for several IDN’s, Alaris, Cardinal Health, Carefusion, bioMerieux, ICNet, and independently serving hospitals from 35 to 1200 beds in size. Projects include TheraTrac 2, Stellara, ABX Alert, TheraDoc, coagulation, sepsis management, and antimicrobial stewardships programs including those using the biomarker procalcitonin to reduce antimicrobial exposure. Broyles’ goal is to provide the leading thought processes in patient management and use technology to enhance the ability of clinicians to have the best options in patient’s clinical status, decision support, and documentation to improve outcomes.
Monique Dodd is uniquely positioned to contribute to antimicrobial stewardship programs. After working as a medical laboratory scientist for several years at Tricore Reference Laboratories, she pursued a degree in pharmacy. In a joint program with Tricore and the University of New Mexico’s (UNM) College of Pharmacy, Dodd was selected to help create a collaboration for pharmacists and laboratorians to partner in the laboratory environment to improve patient outcomes. Laboratorians and pharmacists create a powerful team to affect the Triple Aim of: improved patient experience, reduced healthcare costs, and improved population health. In this role, she is working in multiple clinical environments. These include involvement in the antimicrobial stewardship programs at University of New Mexico Health and Presbyterian Health, as well as related efforts to improve the utilization of lab tests and antibiotics involving office-based physician clients of Tricore, and public health laboratories in New Mexico.