Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor
Director of Community Affairs
Department of Clinical Pharmacy

Office: STE 2D POLK AVENUE BUILDING
193 POLK AVENUE
NASHVILLE TN 372100000
Tel: (615) 532-0228
khohmeie@uthsc.edu

Education

  • Residency Certificate, Kroger Pharmacy/University of Toledo, PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program
  • Pharm.D., University of Toledo, Pharmacy
  • B.S., University of Toledo, Pharmaceutical Sciences

Research Interest/Specialty

 Pharmacy operations, medication therapy management (MTM), pharmacy technicians, community pharmacy practice change, point-of-care testing (POCT)

Clinical Care Specialty/Interest

 Community pharmacy practice, MTM, POCT

Grant Funded Research

Exploring the Effects and Outcomes of Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Certification of Pharmacy Technicians (Phase I and II) 

Investigators: Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Junling Wang, Sharon McDonough, James Wheeler

Sponsor/Funding source: Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)                                             

Award start and end dates: January 1st, 2017 – January 1st, 2018

Role: PI

Consumer Perceptions of Point-of-care Testing

Investigators: Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Justin Gatwood

Sponsor/Funding source: Community Pharmacy Foundation                                    

Award start and end dates: July 1st, 2016 – January 1st, 2017

Role: PI                                                                                             

Patterns of Medication Utilization among Medicare Beneficiaries with Multiple Chronic Conditions 

Investigators: Junling Wang, Kenneth C. Hohmeier

Sponsor/Funding source: PhRMA Foundation                                             

Award start and end dates: November 1st, 2015 – December 31st, 2015

Role: Co-PI                                                         

Reducing the Burden of Diabetes Distress: A Community Pharmacy Intervention

Name of PI:      Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Morgan Machen

Sponsor/Funding source: APhA Foundation Incentive Grant                                   

Award start and end dates: December 17, 2015 – June 30, 2016

Role: PI          

Exploring Current Practices of the Role of the Pharmacy Technician in the Provision of Cognitive Pharmaceutical Services at High Performing Sites within a Chain Community Pharmacy

Investigators: Kenneth C. Hohmeier

Sponsor/Funding source: NACDS Foundation Faculty Scholars Grant                                

Award start and end dates: July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

Role: PI                                                              

Operation Access: A Four-Part Effort to Expand Access to Community Pharmacy Services Across the State of Tennessee     

Investigators: Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Christina Spivey, Marie Chisholm-Burns

Sponsor/Funding source:  NACDS Foundation Pharmacy Partners Grant                           

Award start and end dates: April 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016

Role: PI                                                                                       

Evaluating Hospital Readmissions After Initiating Community Pharmacist-Directed Transitions of Care Program

Investigators: Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Jacqueline M. Deiley

Sponsor/Funding source: APhA Foundation Incentive Grant                                   

Award start and end dates: December 17, 2014 – June 30, 2015

Your Role: PI 

Post-Graduate Training

PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency, University of Toledo, Kroger Pharmacy, and Cordelia Martin Health Center, Toledo, OH

Professional Experience

American Pharmacists Association                                               2013-2014

Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management (APPM) Education Standing Committee       

Washington, DC                                                                                             

Committee Member

OHIO PHARMACISTS ASSOCIATION                                                        2013-2014

Board of Trustees

Columbus, OH                                                                                                 

Board Member

American Pharmacists Association                                              2009-2011

Books and Electronic Products Editorial Advisory Board       

Washington, DC                                                                                             

Board Member

Publications

  1. Jamison, JJ, Wang, J, Surbhi, S, Adams, S, Solomon, D, Hohmeier, KC, McDonough, S, Eoff, JC. Impact of Medicare Part D on Racial and Ethnic Minorities. Divers Equal Health Care, 13 (5), 326-333, 2017.
  2. Gibson, ML, Hohmeier, KC, Smith, CT. Pharmacogenomics testing in a community pharmacy: patient perceptions and willingness-to-pay. Pharmacogenomics, 18 (3), 227-233, 2017.
  3. Hohmeier, KC, Borja-Hart, N, Cooper, M, Kirby, J, Fisher, C. Training and retaining community pharmacy leaders: Career pathways after completing a PGY1 community pharmacy residency affiliated with a large supermarket chain. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003), 2016.
  4. Cochran, G, Hruschak, V, Bacci, JL, Hohmeier, KC, Tarter, R. Behavioral, mental, and physical health characteristics and opioid medication misuse among community pharmacy patients: A latent class analysis. Res Social Adm Pharm, 2016.
  5. Gemelli, MG, Yockel, K, Hohmeier, KC. Evaluating the Impact of Pharmacists on Reducing Use of Sedative/Hypnotics for Treatment of Insomnia in Long-Term Care Facility Residents. Consult Pharm, 31 (11), 650-657, 2016.
  6. Hohmeier, KC, McDonough, SL, Wang, J. Co-creation of market expansion in point-of-care testing in the United States: Industry leadership perspectives on the community pharmacy segment. Res Social Adm Pharm, 2016.
  7. Hohmeier, KC, Gatwood, J. Toward Intrapreneurship in Pharmacy Education. Am J Pharm Educ, 80 (3), 53, 2016.
  8. Justis L, Crain J, Marchetti ML, Hohmeier KC. The Effect of Community Pharmacy Technicians on Industry Standard Adherence Performance Measures After Cognitive Pharmaceutical Services Training. J Pharm Technol, 32 (6), 230-3, 2016.
  9. Hohmeier KC, Masselink A. Patient Preferences on Participation in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Practice-based Research in a Community Pharmacy Setting.. J App Pharm, 8 (2), 2016.
  10. Cochran G, Hruschak V, Bacci J, Hohmeier KC, Tarter R. A Latent Class Analysis of Behavioral, Mental, and Physical Health Characteristics and Opioid Medication Misuse Among Community Pharmacy Patients. Res Social Adm Pharm (In-press), 2016.
  11. Prescription Opioid Abuse: Pharmacists Perspective and Response. Integrated Pharmacy Research and Practice. Cochran G, Hruschak V, Defosse B, Hohmeier KC. Integr Pharm Res and Pract (5), 65-73, 2016.
  12. Gemelli MG, Yockel K, Hohmeier KC. Evaluating the Impact of Pharmacists on Reducing Use of Sedative/Hypnotics for Treatment of Insomnia in Long-Term Care Facility Residents. Consult Pharm, 31 (11), 650-7, 2016.
  13. Hohmeier, KC, Borja-Hart, N. Are patient's simply unaware? A cross-sectional study of website promotion of community pharmacy adherence-related services in Tennessee. Res Social Adm Pharm, 12 (6), 1004-1009, 2015.
  14. Hohmeier, KC, Almon, LM. Topical and intranasal analgesic therapy in a woman with refractory postherpetic neuralgia. Case Rep Med, 2015, 392874, 2015.
  15. Hohmeier, KC, Mangan, MN, Powers, MF, Lengel AJ. The Patient-Centered Medical Home and Community Pharmacists’ Perceptions. J Pharm Technol (28), 151-5, 2012.
  16. Hohmeier KC, Powers MF. Pharmacy Technicians and Immunizations. J Pharm Technol (27), 111-6, 2011.
  17. Hohmeier KC, Powers MF, Lengel AJ. Community pharmacists’ perceptions of barriers to participation and acceptant within the Patient Centered Medical Home. J. Am. Pharm. Assoc., 2011.
  18. Powers MF, Hohmeier KC. OTC product: Zentrip. Pharm Today, 17 (1), 29, 2011.
  19. Lynn S, Hohmeier K, Samaroo L, Azzi A, Brown J, Mullins A, Powers M, Lengel A, Bechtol R. APhA-ASP Project Chance: Management of asthma through the integration of a pharmacy-based Medication Therapy Management program at a 340-B Clinic. J. Am. Pharm. Assoc., 2010.