Terrence J. Adam, RPh, PhD, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems

Terrence J. Adam

Contact Info

adamx004@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-625-5825

Office Address:
Institute for Health Informatics
8-120 Phillips-Wangensteen Building

College of Pharmacy
7-125E Weaver-Densford Hall

Mailing Address:
University of Minnesota
College of Pharmacy
Department of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems
7-159 Weaver-Densford Hall
308 Harvard St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems

Associate Director and Core Faculty, Institute for Health Informatics (IHI)

Social & Administrative Pharmacy Track Graduate Faculty


University of Minnesota (Doctor of Medicine), 2003

Mayo Clinic Arizona (Internal Medicine), 2006

Mayo Clinic Arizona (Chief Medical), 2007

PhD, University of Minnesota (Health Informatics), 2003

BS, South Dakota State University (Pharmacy), 1996

Board Certified in Internal Medicine, 2006

Summary

Clinical Informatics

  • Development of Clinical Databases for Clinical Care Quality and Outcomes Assessment
  • Data Driven Decision Support
  • Development and Assessment of Clinical Documentation
  • Qualitative Evaluation

Preoperative/ Perioperative Medicine

  • Patient Driven Clinical Risk Assessment
  • Point of Care Clinical Decision Support Systems Development and Evaluation
  • Surgical Outcomes Assessment
  • Medication Clinical Decision Support

Medication Safety

  • Medication Therapy Outcomes Assessment
  • Evaluation of the Effects of Medication Therapy Management on Clinical Outcomes
  • Assessment of the Risk of Adverse Events Associated with Drug-Drug Interaction Exposure

Teaching Interests:
Clinical Databases, Pharmacy Informatics, Medication Safety, Perioperative Medicine

Clinical Practice:
Provide ambulatory preoperative medical care to patients at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration focused on cardiac and pulmonary risk assessment and perioperative medication management.

Research

Research Summary/Interests

My research interests focus on medication safety using clinical databases for clinical outcome evaluation. I also have interests in preoperative medicine risk assessment and outcome evaluation.

  • Biomedical Informatics
  • Preoperative/Perioperative Medicine

Publications

For a list of publications, see PubMed.

  • Adam T. "Preoperative Medicine Infobutton" Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 2009; 76: eS29.
  • Curtis KK, Adam TJ, Chen SC, Pruthi RK, Gornet MK. "Anemia Following Initiation of Androgen Deprivation Therapy for Metastatic Prostate Cancer: A Retrospective Chart Review" Aging Male 2008; 20: 1-5.
  • Parish JM, Adam TJ, Facchiano L. "Relationship of Metabolic Syndrome and Obstructive Sleep Apnea" J Clin Sleep Med 2007 Aug 15: 3(5): 467-72.
  • Lee KS, Appleton CP, Lester SJ, Adam TJ, Hurst RT, Moreno CA, Altemose GT. "The Relation of Electrocardiographic Criteria for Left Atrial Enlargement to Echocardiographic Left Atrial Volume." Am J Cardiol 2007 Jan 1; 99(1): 113-8.
  • Adam TJ, Parente S, Finkelstein SM, Hertz MI. "Cost Analysis of Home Monitoring in Lung Transplant Recipients." Int J of Health Tech Assessment 2007 Spring; 23(2): 216-22.
  • Adam TJ. “POME-DSS: Pre-Operative Medical Exam Decision Support System” Spring 2008 American Medical Informatics Association Meeting. (Accepted).
  • Parish JM, Adam TJ, Facchiano L. “Relationship of Metabolic Syndrome and Obstructive Sleep Apnea” J Clin Sleep Med 2007 Aug 15: 3(5): 467-72.
  • Lee KS, Appleton CP, Lester SJ, Adam TJ, Hurst RT, Moreno CA, Altemose GT. “The Relation of Electrocardiographic Criteria for Left Atrial Enlargement to Echocardiographic Left Atrial Volume.” Am J Cardiol 2007 Jan 1; 99(1): 113-8.
  • Adam TJ, Parente S, Finkelstein SM, Hertz MI. “Cost Analysis of Home Monitoring in Lung Transplant Recipients.” Int J of Health Tech Assessment 2007 Spring; 23(2): 216-22.
  • Lindgren BR, Snyder M, Sabati N, Adam T, Pieczkiewicz D, Finkelstein SM. “Health locus of control and adherence with home spirometry use in lung transplant recipients.” Prog Transplant 2002 Mar; 12(1):24-9.

Teaching

Academic Interests and Focus

Clinical Databases; Pharmacy Informatics; Medication Safety; Perioperative Medicine

Clinical

Clinical Experience Statement

Provide ambulatory preoperative medical care to patients at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration focused on cardiac and pulmonary risk assessment and perioperative medication management.