Dr. Roane loves to teach students and served as a UF preceptor while working for a managed care organization as well as leading the organization's medication therapy management program
“The program is geared toward working professionals and provides the student with in-depth knowledge about medication therapy management.”
Dr. Teresa Roane began her career in pharmacy in 1988 working as a pharmacy technician and became certified in 2000. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida in 2006 and joined the University of Florida College of Pharmacy faculty in March 2010 as a Clinical Assistant Professor. She earned her Board Certification as an Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP) in 2011, and her Master of Business Administration in HealthCare Management degree in 2018.
Dr. Roane is currently the Associate Director of the College of Pharmacy’s Center for Quality Medication Management (CQM). The center provides telephonic medication therapy and adherence related services to patients on behalf of national health plans. The center also services as an APPE site for UF students and has its main location on the UF campus in Lake Nona, FL with the Gainesville employees will remain working remotely.
“The knowledge and information students gain from the program can be applied immediately to their practice setting whether it is beginning a new MTM service, enhancing their current skill set with updated clinical information, or increasing their confidence level in talking with patients and providers.”
Dr. Roane loves to teach students and served as a UF preceptor while working for a managed care organization as well as leading the organization’s medication therapy management program. Joining the faculty at UF combined these two things on a larger scale. She teaches courses within the curriculum that focuses on topics such as medication therapy management (MTM), managed care, effective communications, business concepts, and vaccinations/immunizations.
“The MTM program has been around for a decade now and many students have been successful in completing the program. The program is geared toward working professionals and provides the student with in-depth knowledge about medication therapy management,” said Dr. Roane.
“We are very supportive of the students and our goal is to help the student be successful while growing personally and professionally.”
She serves as a faculty advisor and career coach for UF Pharm.D. students, the Diplomat and faculty advisor for the UF Student Chapter of AMCP, the chair of the Student Affairs committee for the Florida Affiliate of AMCP chapter, a member of the AMCP Educational Affairs committee, and has been a member of the AMCP’s MTM Advisory Group since its inception.