Executive Director, Pharmaceutical & Nutrition Care and The Nebraska Poison Control Center
Associate Professor Pharmacy Practice and Associate Dean for Hospital Affairs
Department of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy
University of Nebraska Medical Center
988138 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-1090
Mr. Powell serves as Executive Director, Pharmaceutical & Nutrition Care and The Nebraska Poison Control Center at Nebraska Medicine, as well as Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Hospital Affairs in the College of Pharmacy. His primary teaching interests are in post-graduate experiential training programs. Nebraska Medicine and the University of Nebraska Medical Center jointly offer PGY1 and PGY2 residency programs and fellowship programs. Mr. Powell provides instruction in the areas of ethics, health systems policy and institutional pharmacy practice. Mr. Powell offers elective rotations in pharmacy practice management.
Mr. Powell’s primary interests are on evaluating the effectiveness of Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees and clinical outcomes of direct care by pharmacists. Mr. Powell directs research at Nebraska Medicine to quantify clinical and economic outcomes of formulary management strategies and pharmacist practice on resource consumption in the health care delivery system.
- Miller RF, Mark SA, and Powell, MF. Assessing your Aptitude for Pharmacy Leadership. AM J Health System Pharmacy. 2008;65:1700-1
- Powell MF. “Pharmaceutical Industry, Pharmacy and Academic Medical Centers” APA Matrix. 2004; 8-9
- Powell MF. Current Literature Reviews. “Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes: Applications for Patient Care. Module 2: Assessment of Economic Outcomes. Workbook and Tapes”. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 1997; 54: 853.
- Hawkins VA and Powell MF. Justification of a pediatric pharmacy satellite in a tertiary care institution. Am J Hosp Pharm. 1992;49:2192-7.
- Powell MF, Stevenson JD and Solomon DK. A survey of current operations and future plans for ambulatory pharmacy services. Topics Hosp Pharm Manage. 1991; 11(2): 79-89.