CMM for CCM: The Role of a Population Health Pharmacist


Following the presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Review Chronic Care Management programming and pharmacist interventions for enrolled patients
  • Describe new roles for pharmacists to improve patient care in transition from the inpatient to outpatient setting
  • Understand how this pharmacist work fits within population health

Continuing Education credits are not available for this seminar.


Courtney Murphy-Bakken, PharmD
Dr. Murphy-Bakken earned her PharmD from the University of MN Duluth in 2017 and throughout her education, she engaged in research on interprofessional practice and education and learned of my interests in ambulatory care practice. Following pharmacy school, she completed a PGY1 with the University of MN at Essentia Health.She practiced in ambulatory care settings and also discovered how pharmacists play an important role in transitions of care, which led her to seek a PGY2 in Pharmacotherapy at St. Luke's Hospital with focus on transitions of care. She has since built an ambulatory care practice at St. Luke's Internal Medicine Associates and works for St. Luke's Population Health, where she works to optimize care for high risk patient populations.
Disclosure Statements

The University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy has a conflict of interest policy that requires course faculty to disclose whether they have financial interests or affiliations with organizations with a direct substantial interest in the subject matter of their programs. The following information was received from Courtney Murphy-Bakken.

Courtney Murphy-Bakken, PharmD
No relationships to disclose. Dr. Murphy-Bakken, PharmD does not discuss off-label or investigational uses of commercial products.