Teresa Roane, Pharm.D., M.B.A., BCACP, has been appointed as the director of the Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. Roane has been working in collaboration with the Continuing Pharmacy Education office since 2021 and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this role.
Roane joined the faculty of the UF College of Pharmacy in March 2010 as a clinical assistant professor. She currently serves as the assistant director of the online Individualized Medicine graduate program, and the director of the Pharm.D. Medication Therapy Management, or MTM, professional certificate program. She spends most of her time teaching within the Pharm.D. curriculum as well as the online programs. Her clinical practice activities included working with the UF College of Pharmacy’s Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education where she helped create content and facilitated training sessions for various clinical programs, such as the collaborative practice agreement certification, immunization training and pharmacy-based test and treat certificate program. For the 11 years prior, her clinical practice site was located in the UF College of Pharmacy’s Center for Quality Medication Management, or CQM, a clinical call center supported by contracts and grants offering MTM services to patients on behalf of national health plans. While at CQM, Roane served in various roles including the center director, director of clinical development, clinical operations director and residency program director. Her teaching activities focus on topics such as MTM, managed care, effective communications, business concepts, and vaccinations/immunizations.
Before joining UF, Roane was a clinical pharmacist at AvMed Health Plans, a managed care organization, where she helped develop and lead the organization’s first MTM program, provided direction to and oversight of the utilization management program and served as the APPE preceptor for UF College of Pharmacy Pharm.D. students. Roane received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the UF College of Pharmacy and her Master of Business Administration in HealthCare Management degree from Western Governor’s University. She also obtained board certification as an ambulatory care pharmacist and holds her consultant pharmacist license. She serves on various committees for the UF College of Pharmacy as well as several state and national pharmacy organizations, including the Florida Affiliate of AMCP, Alachua County Association of Pharmacists, the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy, and the Pharmacy Quality Alliance.