I’ve been a licensed pharmacist in California since obtaining my Pharm.D. degree from the University of California, San Francisco in 1997. I’ve spent most of those years inside a hospital including a couple of years as a pediatric pharmacist and five years of critical care medicine. I’ve also masqueraded as a pharmacy consultant, specializing in pharmacy automation, technology, and informatics. Today, I’m just another aging pharmacist trying to make a living.

I have an interest in many things, but find that various types of technology grab my attention more than anything else. I’m especially interested in tablet computers, other mobile technologies and pharmacy automation. I’m always looking for ways to make use of technology to improve pharmacy and create a more patient centered practice model.

The opinions expressed here are my own.