College of Pharmacy

Center for Leading Healthcare Change

Developing Leaders, Leading Change


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    Leadership Conversations

    Join us at our next Minnesota Pharmacy Leadership Conversation

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    Students Look at National Health Policy

    CLHC Takes German Rotation Appe Students To Washington, D.C. To Look At National Health Policy

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    Video: Managed Care & the Pharmacy Benefit Management Pioneers

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    Enabling Pharmacists To Respond To The Health Needs Of Minnesota Communities:

    Recommendations for the modernization of MN Statutes Chapter 151

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Developing Leaders, Leading Change

The Center for Leading Healthcare Change

The Center for Leading Healthcare Change offers leadership development for College of Pharmacy current students, alumni and practicing pharmacists. The center provides a national platform for developing pharmacist leaders and for leading change in both practice and policy.

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Since its founding in 1892, the College of Pharmacy has been a national leader in education, practice and policy. Our alumni are health care leaders: from industry and association leaders, to deans and practitioners leading in their profession and community.


Pharmacists are responding to consumers’ and patients’ needs for assistance in managing their medication use. This is particularly critical with the increasingly complex medication therapies that are being used. Even though pharmacists are being integrated into multidisciplinary provider teams, they will continue their responsibility for product distribution. These health care market changes will require pharmacists’ leadership at all levels of health care systems and government.

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