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- The Role of Advanced Practice Pharmacists in care of forensic patients
- The Role of Advanced Practice Pharmacists in care of underserved individuals
- How pharmacists can DE-stigmatize mental illness & patient care
- How clinical pharmacists augment core pharmacy services
- Pharmacists role in SUD and access to care
- And more
About Advantage Healthcare Services (AHCS):
Advantage Healthcare Services is strategically positioned as one of California’s fastest growing independent pharmacy groups specializing in behavioral health.
AHCS has extensive experience serving patients with behavioral health needs through existing partnerships with approximately 250 clinics in California, serving approximately 200,000 behavioral health lives. Through partnerships, AHCS provides clinical pharmacy services and data analytics support.
AHCS’s consultative approach tailors solutions that address the unique needs of patients with complex health conditions and integrates seamlessly with the providers that serve them.
About Dr Dadiomov, PharmD,BCPP
David Dadiomov, PharmD, BCPP, is a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice in the Titus Family Department of Clinical Pharmacy.
He came to the USC School of Pharmacy from Miami, where he served as assistant professor at Larkin University College of Pharmacy, coordinating and teaching courses on the pathophysiology and treatment of various diseases and disorders. He also served as clinical psychiatric specialist at Larkin Community Hospital.
He received his PharmD from the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. He completed his PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Michigan Medicine, and his PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Residency at University of California, San Diego, Health. He holds board certification in psychiatric pharmacy.
Dadiomov serves as the clinical coordinator for the Whole Person Care Clinical Pharmacy Program. This collaboration with the L.A. County Department of Health Services, Department of Mental Health and Correctional Health Services aims to improve access and quality of care to Los Angeles County’s most marginalized patients, including those experiencing homelessness, re-entry, mental health, substance use and medical high-risk patients.