Keri Hager, PharmD, BCACP

Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Keri Hager

Contact Info

khager@umn.edu

Office Phone 218-726-6013

Fax 218-726-6500

Lab Phone Clinic: 218-72

Office Address:
211 Life Science, Duluth

Mailing Address:
University of Minnesota
College of Pharmacy, Duluth
Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences
232 Life Science
1110 Kirby Drive
Duluth, MN 55812-3003

Lab Address:
Clinic Address:
247D Kirby Plaza 1208 Kirby Dr Duluth, MN 55812

Administrative Assistant Name
Anna Foster

Administrative Phone
218-726-6011

Administrative Email
afoster@d.umn.edu

Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Director, University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Clinic

UMD Employee Health and Wellness Center


Pharmacist


University of Minnesota/SuperiorHealth Two Harbors, MN

PharmD, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy

Bachelors of Science in Geological Sciences - University of Minnesota Duluth

Summary

Dr. Hager joined the faculty of the College of Pharmacy in 2009. Prior to joining the faculty, she developed and implemented ambulatory clinical pharmacy services at multiple clinics for SuperiorHealth Center (now Essentia Health). Dr. Hager is the Director of the University of Minnesota Duluth Medication Therapy Management Clinic, and her teaching spans the first year to the fourth year of the professional PharmD curriculum. Her practice, teaching, and research focuses on developing an interprofessional collaboration-ready primary care workforce to improve health of the community.

Expertise

Primary Care, Comprehensive Medication Management, Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice

Practice philosophy:
I believe that the pharmacist is an important member of the health care team. My role on the health care team, and responsibility to the patient, is to meet the drug-related needs of each individual patient in a caring and compassionate manner. This is not a responsibility I take lightly. Rational drug use is essential to meeting the needs of patients and minimizes drug-related morbidity and mortality.

Awards & Recognition

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Innovations in Teaching Award, 2015
(Shannon Reidt, Kristin Janke, Keri Hager, James Beattie)
When Drug Literature Evaluation Isn’t Enough: Implementation of a Longitudinal Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Sequence with a First-Year Milestone EBM Assessment.

Minnesota Pharmacists Association, Distinguished Young Pharmacist, 2014

For individual excellence and outstanding contribution to the pharmacy association and the community

Professional Associations

  • American Interprofessional Health Collaborative (AIHC)
  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
  • American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP)
  • Minnesota Pharmacists Association (MPhA)
  • Duluth Area Pharmacists (DAP)

Research

Research Summary/Interests

The impact of interprofessional collaborative practice and education on patient health outcomes, satisfaction, and cost of care. Development of students into pharmacist practitioners (teaching/learning scholarship). Impact of pharmaceutical care (comprehensive medication management) on clinical, humanistic, and financial outcomes for patients

Publications

PubMed

1. Hager KD, Kolar C, Janke KK. Concept Mapping, Reflective Writing, and Patchwork Text Assessment in a First Year Pharmaceutical Care Course. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2016: 8(4): 492-499.

2. Reidt S, Hager K, Beattie J, Pittenger A, Smith M, Janke KK. From Drug Literature Evaluation to Evidence-Based Medicine: Transforming the Focus of a First Year Pharmacy Curriculum. Inov Pharm. 2016;7(2): Article 2. http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/innovations/

3. Hager KD, St Hill CA, Prunuske J, Swanoski M, Anderson GW, Lutfiyya MN. Development of an Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Practice for Clinical Faculty. J Interprofessional Care. 2016; 30 (2). PMID: 26934068

4. Hager KD, Gosser RA. Retrospective Analysis of Billing at a Stand-Alone Medication Therapy Management Clinic. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 2015; 73:77-81. PMID: 26721537

5. Hager KD, Uden D, Tomaszewski D. Bridging the Location Gap: Physician Perspectives of Physician – Pharmacist Collaboration in Patient Care (BRIDGE Phase II). J Res Interprof Pract Educ. 2015; 5(2).

6. Hager KD, Aronson BD, Smith RC, Parra D, Swanoski M. Improving Blood Pressure Control in Over-the-Road Truck Drivers: Is Provision of Medication Therapy Management by Pharmacists Feasible? Inov Pharm. 2015; 6(1).

7. Prunuske JP, St Hill CA, Hager KD, Lemieux AM, Swanoski MT, Anderson GW, Lutfiyya MN. Opioid Prescribing Patterns for Non-malignant Chronic Pain for Rural versus Non-Rural US Adults: A Population-Based Study Using 2010 NAMCS Data. BMC Health Serv Res 2014; 14:563. PMID: 25407745

8. Dow E, Hager KD, Cernohous T. Proximity of Medication Therapy Management Pharmacist to Physician Site May Impact the Degree of Collaboration (BRIDGE Study Phase I). J Res Interprof Pract Educ. 2014; 3(3). http://www.jripe.org/index.php/journal/article/vie...

9. Hager, KD. Development of an Active Follow-up Process in a Stand-alone Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Clinic. Inov Pharm. 2013;4(1).

10. Tomaszewski DM, Schweiss SK, Hager KD. Pharmacist-Provided Ambulatory Patient Care: Progressing Pharmacy Practice and Preparing the Next Generation of Pharmacists. J Exp Clin Med 2012;4(4): 255-259.

11. Stratton TP, Cernohous TM, Hager KD, Bumgardner M, Traynor A, Worley MM, Isetts BJ, Larson, T, Seifert R. A College of Pharmacy-Based Medication Therapy Management Program for a University System: Description and Evaluation of Pilot Program. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2012;52: 653-660. PMID: 23023847

Teaching

Academic Interests and Focus

Pharmaceutical Care Practice Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice

Teaching Areas

Pharmaceutical Care Practice
Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice

Courses

  • 1Health Phase 3: Interprofessional Activity and Debriefing Session (Phar 7401/fka 7122 APPE)
    Faculty facilitator
  • 1Health Phase 2: Interprofessional Community Teacher Experience (Phar 7330/7340)
    Course director and instructor on Duluth campus
  • 1Health Phase 1: Foundations of Interprofessional Professional Communication and Collaboration (FIPCC, part of Phar 7310)
    Faculty facilitator
  • Phar 7431/7432/7433: Patient Care Elective Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Primary Preceptor
    Primary Preceptor
  • Phar 6706: Foundations of Pharmaceutical Care
    Course director and instructor on Duluth campus
  • Phar 6219: Building a Pharmaceutical Care Practice Elective
    Course director and instructor on Duluth campus
  • Phar 6901: Pharmaceutical Care Experience Elective
    Course director and instructor on Duluth campus
  • Phar 6730: Professional Development and Assessment II
    Pharmaceutical Care Content Assessment
    Peer Mentoring/Teaching Instructor
  • Phar 6715: Professional Development and Assessment I
    Mentor for first-year pharmacy students
    Evidence-Based Medicine (Modified Fresno) Exam Proctor
  • Phar 6700: Becoming a Pharmacist
    Instructor for Introduction to Pharmaceutical Care Content
    Facilitator for peer teaching
    Facilitate interprofessional rural bus trip/discussions
  • BhSc 5591: Social and Behavioral Medicine II (Medical School Course)
    Facilitator for interprofessional learning lab case studies

Clinical

Clinics

University of Minnesota Duluth Medication Therapy Management Clinic

Board Certifications

  • Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP)

Clinical Interests

Primary Care

Clinical Experience Statement

Dr. Hager has been providing comprehensive medication management services in primary care for over a decade.

Hospital Privileges

University of Minnesota Duluth Medication Therapy Management Clinic