Our Leadership Team
Director of Pharmacy
Yen Pham, RPh, BS, MBA
Yen Pham is the Director of Pharmacy Services. Her responsibilities include oversight over all pharmacy operations including, finance, inpatient, outpatient and, ambulatory pharmacy. She is the co-chair of OHSU's Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and has made significant progress standardizing the medical care patients receive at OHSU. Her professional interests include medication therapy optimization, business operations and finance, and efficient use of systems within the department of pharmacy.
David Bearden, Pharm.D.
Dave is the Assistant Director for Clinical Services with responsibility for system wide clinical and academic initiatives with a major focus on inpatient adult medical, surgical, and intensive care. He also serves as Professor and Chair in the Department of Pharmacy Practice with the Oregon State University/Oregon Health and Science University College of Pharmacy. His administrative interests include faculty and practitioner development, enhancement of interprofessional and collaborative patient care, and demonstrating the value of antimicrobial stewardship
Erin Corella, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCOP
Erin is the Assistant Director for Ambulatory Pharmacy Services (Oncology, Infusion, and Research Pharmacy). Erin has been a pharmacist at OHSU since 2002 and made the transition to administration in 2014. She serves as the Residency Program Director for the PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency established in 2011 and acts as an ASHP guest surveyor for PGY2 Oncology programs. Erin's professional interests remain focused on creating the best patient experience for those with cancer who receive care within the OHSU system.
Neil Edillo, Pharm.D., BCPS, CPHIMS
Neil is the Assistant Director for Information Management and Medication Safety with responsibilities to inpatient, ambulatory, and outpatient pharmacy services. Neil oversees the medication use process within the Electronic Health Record and any associated technology. His interests include patient safety, workflow efficiency, project management, change management, and pharmacy residency training.
Joe Fazio RPh, MHA, MBI
Joe is the Assistant Director for Pharmacy Business Intelligence and Business Services. His responsibilities include reporting and analytics, finance and revenue cycle management, regulatory compliance and supply chain across inpatient, ambulatory and outpatient retail settings. Joe's professional interest centers around the use of business intelligence, data management principles and outcomes research in developing safe and efficient medication use systems.
Lam Nguyen, PharmD, MBA
Lam is an Assistant Director for Inpatient Pharmacy Services. His Inpatient oversight encompass both the adult OHSU hospital, as well as, Doernbecher Children's hospital. His responsibilities include management of multiple decentral clinical service lines in addition to the central pharmacy operations that includes USP 795/797/800 medication preparation and distribution workflows, automation management, and perioperative satellite pharmacy operations. Lam's administrative practice and research interests include leveraging lean principles in the application towards continuous improvement in quality, safety, and financial stewardship. He has a passion for change management that elevates the pharmacists and technicians ability to practice at the top of their licenses. He is active in the Vizient Pharmacy Network and Chairs the Member Engagement Sub-committee for the Programming, Innovation, and Engagement Committee. He also serves as the PGY1/PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency Program Coordinator.
Amy Szczukowski, RPh.
Amy is the Assistant Director for Specialty Pharmacy with responsibilities for the URAC accredited Specialty Pharmacy Program, ambulatory and discharge services. She currently serves as a state legislative advocacy coordinator through a national pharmacy association. Amy's administrative interests include operational process improvement, transitions of care and managed care strategies.
Jeff Wassouf, Pharm.D.
Jeff is the Assistant Director of the of the OHSU Mail Order, Home Infusion and Compounding Pharmacy operations. While his professional background is primarily in Community Pharmacy, Jeff is interested in developing innovative Specialty and Home Delivery pharmacy service models. Other professional interests include Pharmacist-based immunization programs, Medication Therapy Management and Collaborative Drug Therapy Management programs and Professional Development programs for Student Pharmacists.
Andrew Albanese, Pharm.D., MBA
Andrew is the Operations Manager for the Ambulatory Pharmacy Services (Oncology, Infusion, and Research Pharmacy). He completed his PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Peace Health Southwest and a PGY-1/PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency at Oregon Health and Science University. He also provides oversight of the OHSU Pharmacy Internship Program in collaboration with the inpatient operations manager. Andrew is passionate to serve patients through continuous process improvement, lean methodology, change management, automation utilization, and supporting the Oncology, Infusion, and Research teams.
Nancy Boyd, MBA
Nancy Boyd is the Pharmacy Finance Manager. Her responsible include pharmacy billing, departmental budget and financial analysis. Nancy performs analysis on a wide range of complex issues related to department funding, financial operations and administration. She is responsible for analyzing historical revenue and expense trends in support of the department's development of programmatic business plans for new services and staff expansion. The focus for the billing function is to ensure appropriate revenue capture and continually improving revenue cycle process. Her administrative interests include financial operations management, operational efficiency, data accuracy that lead to a clear understanding of the data and drive timely decision making, project management.
Rick Bross, Pharm.D.
Rick is an Inpatient Pharmacy Operations Manager with responsibility over central pharmacy services, with an emphasis in perioperative areas. Rick's responsibilities include oversight of services to procedural areas, including apheresis, cardiac cath lab, IR, pediatric sedation and endoscopy. Rick is also responsible for oversight of pharmacy services to OHSU surgical areas and coordination with pain management. His administrative interests include patient safety, operational efficiency, project management and financial management.
Michael Deam, RPh
Mike is the Outpatient Pharmacy operations manager with responsibility for the daily operation of OHSU's seven outpatient sites. Mike brings his extensive community pharmacy experience to OHSU. Mike's professional interests include patient safety, pharmacy automation, workflow management, customer service, and pharmacy-based immunization programs.
Seth Hartman Pharm.D., MBA
Seth is the Information Management and Medication Safety Manager for both Inpatient and Outpatient Pharmacy Services. He oversees the Drug Information/Policy, Medication Safety and Pharmacy Informatics Teams in this role. He evaluates current and future medication use processes at OHSU—from medication ordering, verifying, and dispensing to medication administration and patient monitoring—identifying opportunities and leading efforts to improve medication safety, efficiency, compliance and quality throughout OHSU. To achieve this work, Seth closely collaborates with the OHSU patient safety officer, quality leadership, pharmacy management, clinical informatics, information technology specialists and both medical and nursing leadership. His professional interests include health system improvement, predictive analytics, project management, informatics practice and development, human factors engineering, usability and post-graduate pharmacy training to enhance systems thinking and leadership skills.
Susie Jiing, Pharm.D.
Susie is a Clinical Manager in Oncology and Research Pharmacy Services with responsibility over inpatient, clinical, and infusion services for both Adult and Pediatric populations. She completed her PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at OHSU and her PGY-2 Oncology Specialty Residency at UW Medicine. Susie practices as an oncology pharmacist and served as a clinical coordinator/supervisor before making the transition to administration in 2016. She is also the PGY-2 Oncology Residency Coordinator since its establishment in 2011. Susie is passionate about serving patients, supporting her team, and participating in the clinical expansion of Oncology and Research Services at OHSU.
Kristen LaGrotta, Pharm.D.
Kristen has direct responsibility for the daily operations of the OHSU Home Infusion Pharmacy. Her administrative interests include patient safety, sterile compounding best practices, pharmacy operations technology, and transitions of care.
Steve Overby, BBA, MDiv
Steve is the Front Office Manager for Pharmacy Services. His responsibilities include oversight of the day to day office operations team which includes HR processing, new employee onboarding, payroll time keeping, scheduling, office finances, room scheduling, travel, and other staff office and administrative needs.
Lisa Postlewaite, Pharm.D.
Lisa is the Specialty Pharmacy Operations Manager with responsibility over daily operations of the outpatient specialty pharmacy, medication assistance program, and the URAC accredited Specialty Pharmacy Program. Lisa strives to improve patient experience and access to specialty medications. Her professional interests include process improvement, patient safety, and project management.
Colleen Shipman, PharmD, MPH, BCPS
Colleen is the Inpatient Clinical Adult Operations Manager with oversight over inpatient clinical service lines which include medicine, surgery, cardiology, solid organ transplant, intensive care units and the emergency room. Her administrative interests include patient safety/experience, enhancement of clinical services, evidence based practice guidelines and continued interdisciplinary care, workflow efficiencies, transitions of care, and staff development.
Patricia Sullivan, CPhT
Patti is an Inpatient Operations Manager with responsibility over central pharmacy services with an emphasis in sterile and non-sterile compounding, controlled substance management, pharmacy automation, and medication distribution. She is responsible for managing inpatient technician workflows, overseeing the Technician Validation and Decentralized programs. Her administrative interests include automation and technology, medication safety, lean process improvement, teaching and certification activities.
Long D. Trinh, PharmD, MS, BCPS
Long is an Inpatient Manager, Pharmacy Services with responsibilities for adult operations. Long is responsible for central pharmacy services with an emphasis on automation and technology, sterile and non-sterile preparations. Long also provides oversight of the Intern Program in collaboration with the ambulatory operations manager. His professional interest include patient safety, operational efficiency, leadership development, and financial management. His long term goals are to enhance the access and transition of patient care through innovative business models, interdisciplinary collaborations, and mentorship.
Karey Whitten MBA, BSN, RN
Karey Whitten is the Nurse Manager of Home Infusion Pharmacy Services. Her responsibilities include oversight over all home infusion pharmacy nursing operations. Karey closely collaborates with the inpatient and ambulatory nursing leadership teams to support OHSU Nursing's Magnet status. Her professional interests include optimizing home infusion therapy practices, advancing nursing professional practice and research, nursing education, and increasing collaboration in practice and processes within nursing and pharmacy services.
Jennifer Zanon, RPh
Jennifer is the Supply Chain and Compliance Operations Manager for pharmacy services encompassing inpatient, outpatient and ambulatory settings. Her administrative focus is patient safety and service. This focus is driven by assuring adherence to industry regulations, OHSU policy and procedure and by maintaining a consistent and cost effective medication supply.