The College of Pharmacy's Online POP program offers flexible learning for working professionals who want to enhance their education in health outcomes without disrupting their busy schedules.
Explore 4 Specialized tracks
Pharmacoeconomics utilizes a combination of scientific and economic methods to evaluate and compare the value of one drug or therapy to another. This combination of health economics provides grounded data to assist in optimal allocation of healthcare resources.
Managed care implies a defined structure and process of designing and delivering covered healthcare benefits that include risk-sharing, price and utilization controls, and quality assurance. Managed care pharmacy believes in improving the quality and accessibility of healthcare .
The Institutes of Medicine defines patient safety as the prevention of harm to patients. In the context of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy patient safety is the prevention of harm to patients in the context of medication safety, including drug policy and regulation.
The ultimate goal of healthcare regulation is to ensure healthcare quality, especially in pharmaceuticals. Accomplishing this task requires balancing competing needs, such as cost and access for patients.
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Refine your skills or prepare yourself to enter the growing field of value-based communication. Current and new ISMPP members are now eligible for a tuition discount in the M.S. program.
The Xcenda fellowship program provides Pharm.D. graduates with a prestigious two-year research and educational experience in an outcomes research and market access consulting environment. The program celebrated its 20 year anniversary this past July 2019. Since 2008, Xcenda has partnered with the UF College of Pharmacy to offer fellows the online M.S. in pharmacy degree with an emphasis in applied pharmacoeconomics or managed care pharmacy. Since then, 21 fellows have graduated from the online program. There are currently eight fellows who will graduate from the program over the next two years.
What’s new with pop!
The National Human Genome Research Institute, NHGRI, invited Karam Diaby, Ph.D., an assistant professor of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy in the…
University of Florida researchers determined an FDA-approved program deters pregnant women from starting a potentially harmful immunosuppressive…
Dr. Yu-Jung “Jenny” Wei The current epidemic of opioid use and the ensuing morbidity and mortality, notably the growing burden of overdose deaths…
Dr. Karen Rascati participated in a study examining salary predictors among health economics, outcomes researchers and market access professionals in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Watch our recorded informational webinars and mini lectures to learn more about Online POP.
Stay connected with the graduate program through the quarterly newsletter with faculty interviews and current program updates.
Listen to alumni POPcasts with Dr. Robert Navarro and check out current students’ video testimonials on why they chose Online POP.
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