University of Wisconsin-Madison - Doctor of Pharmacy
Pain Management - American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist
Tyler is a clinical pharmacist at Fort Healthcare. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 and worked at Stoughton Hospital in Stoughton, WI as in inpatient pharmacist immediately after graduation. Tyler joined the Fort Healthcare team in June of 2019. Prior to graduating, he worked with UW Health in Madison as a Student Pharmacist Intern and pharmacy technician trained in sterile products. He maintains membership in the American Society of Health System Pharmacists, the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin, and Phi Delta Chi Professional Fraternity. He is on the Board of Directors for the UW Madison School of Pharmacy Alumni Association, is the Midwest Regional Director of Collegiate Affairs in Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity, is a voting member and member of the Opioid Workgroup of the Jefferson County Drug Free Coalition, and a member of PSW’s Opioid Stewardship Group.
Tyler achieved his board certification as a pharmacotherapy specialist (BCPS) in the fall of 2020. Within Fort HealthCare, Tyler is a regular member of the Opioid Stewardship Task Force and the Improving Diabetes Care for Healthier Communities grant committee. He also participates in research work through the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy evaluating the impact of thoughtful alerts within the electronic health record on naloxone-prescribing for high risk patients, and also the role of the pharmacist within medication assisted therapy for opioid use disorder.
Tyler has developed a love for rural health care which requires a pharmacist be flexible and have a wide breadth of knowledge. He has focused on pain management, having received a Certificate in Pain Management from ASHP, but also enjoys critical care, diabetes management, and population health. He also enjoys precepting students and residents, and is currently a preceptor for UW School of Pharmacy students. In his free time, Tyler enjoys playing golf and video games, spending time with family, including his three nephews and his niece, and training his new golden doodle puppy, Apollo.
An Introduction to Understanding Opioid Misuse and Addiction: Part 2 | December 9, 2020
An Introduction to Understanding Opioid Misuse and Addiction: Part 1 | August 7, 2020
The Pharmacy Services team of clinical pharmacists, pharmacy technician professionals, pharmacy analysts and our pharmacy buyer promote safe and regulatory compliant medication management practices and systems throughout the health-system, all hospital departments and affiliated Fort Medical Group clinics and service lines.
The pharmacy service provides expert resources, clinical decision support, medication treatment recommendations and evidence-based therapy to our patients community, support services teammates, and medical providers team. Pharmacy professionals work throughout the healthcare system directly in the patient care departments and units as well as in our ambulatory community-based clinics, in an ongoing effort to be everywhere our patients need us to be.
Components of our safe medication management practices and system include:
Fort HealthCare Pharmacy Leadership encourage all Fort Healthcare clinical pharmacists to become Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy Services (BCPS). Furthermore, the Fort Healthcare Pharmacy Leadership also encourages all pharmacy technician professionals to become Certified Technician Compliant (CPhT). More than 90% of the Pharmacy Services Team hold these additional certifications.
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