Shellie Keast, Ph.D., Pharm.D., M.S.

Assistant Professor

Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences

Phone 405-271-8222 x47269

Alt Phone 405-271-6868

Office ORI W-4403 or CPB 222

Email shellie-keast@ouhsc.edu


Summary

I explore policy implications through review of administrative claims data as well as publicly available secondary datasets.  Intended and unintended consequences of policy implementations are a primary focus of my research along with utilization and resource use resulting from global changes to health care management.  Disease areas include opioid misuse and abuse, asthma, diabetes, and mental health. 



Education & Experience

Doctorate in Pharmaceutical Sciences in Pharmaceutical Sciences

OUHSC College of Pharmacy, OKC, OK

2013

Master in Pharmaceutical Sciences in Pharmaceutical Sciences

OUHSC College of Pharmacy, OKC, OK

2007

Bachelor of Sciences in Pharmacy in Sciences in Pharmacy

OU College of Pharmacy, OKC, OK

1999

Doctor of Pharmacy in Pharmacy

OU College of Pharmacy, OKC, OK.

2000

Bachelor of Science in Science

University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK

1993


Publications & Presentations

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  • George D L, Smith M J, Draugalis J R, Tolma E L, Keast S, Wilson J B. Community pharmacists' beliefs regarding improvement of Star Ratings scores using the Theory of Planned Behavior. JAPhA. 2018; 58 : 21-29
  • Keast S. Resource use evaluation of tobramycin formulations in a state Medicaid program. Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 2018; 23 : 132-138
  • George D L, Smith M J, Draugalis J R, Tolma E L, Keast S, Wilson J B. The use of think-aloud protocols to identify a decision-making process of community pharmacists aimed at improving CMS Star Ratings scores. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2018; 14 : 262-268
  • Gildon B, John B, Condren M, Keast S, Maglunog R, Johnson J L, Robertson C. Pharmacist-managed short-acting beta agonist refill service in a general pediatric clinic. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association : JAPhA. 2018
  • Pham T T, Keast S, Farmer K, Thompson D, Rathbun R C, Nesser N J, Holderread B. Sustained virologic response and costs associated with direct-acting antivirals for chronic hepatitis C infection in Oklahoma Medicaid. Journal of Managed Care and Specialty Pharmacy. In Press
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