Korey Kennelty

Korey Kennelty ,
PharmD, MS, PhD

Assistant Professor
Pharmacy Practice and Science

Dr. Kennelty's research primarily examines patients’ medication continuity when they transition from the hospital to community care. She also works in studying roles of pharmacists in managing chronic conditions.

In addition to conducting research, she teaches on topics including quality and process improvement, and team-based care models. She is an active committee member for the Gerontological Society of America, focusing on medication use in older adults, medication reconciliation in the outpatient setting, and OTC sleep aids.

She enjoys mentoring students, residents (pharmacy, medical, nursing), and graduate students, and is passionate about decreasing health system fragmentation for vulnerable patient populations. Her work has focused on developing and implementing effective medication reconciliation strategies when patients transition between the healthcare settings as well as developing and disseminating practical team-based care approaches into outpatient primary care settings.

Keywords:  implementation science.

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