Insaf Mohammad Pharm.D., BCACP

Insaf Mohammad Pharm.D., BCACP

Title

Assistant Professor (Clinical)

Department

Pharmacy Practice

Office Location

EACPHS, Room 4125

Phone

313-577-8502

Email

insaf@wayne.edu

Insaf Mohammad Pharm.D., BCACP

Degrees and Certifications

Degrees
  • 2015 - Pharm.D., Wayne State University
  • 2014 - B.S. of Health Science, Wayne State University

Certification

  • 2017-present - Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist

Positions and Employment

  • 2019-present - Director of Ambulatory Quality and Scholarship - Internal Medicine Residency Program, Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn 
  • 2019-present - Adjunct Faculty - Internal Medicine Residency Program, Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn
  • 2017-present - Clinical Assistant Professor - Department of Pharmacy Practice, Wayne State University
  • 2017-present - Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Specialist, Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn
  • 2016-2017 - PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident, Harper University Hospital - Detroit Medical Center
  • 2015-2016 - PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Resident, Harper University Hospital - Detroit Medical Center

Awards and Honors

  • 2020 - Roland T. Lakey Award, Wayne County Pharmacists Association
  • 2019 - Innovative Practice Award, Southeastern Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • 2019 - Patient & Family-Centered Culture Clinician Award, Beaumont Health
  • 2017 - Thomas J. Schaut Presidential Service Award, Wayne County Pharmacists Association 
  • 2016 - Resident of the Year, Southeastern Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • 2016 - Gordon F. Goyette, Jr. Humanitarian Award, Wayne County Pharmacists Association

Professional Memberships

  • 2017-present - American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
  • 2015-present - Southeastern Michigan Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists
  • 2015-present - The Phi Lambda Sigma National Leadership Society - Gamma Chi Chapter
  • 2014-present - American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • 2013-present - The Rho Chi National Pharmacy Honor Society -Alpha Chi Chapter
  • 2012-present - Wayne County Pharmacists Association
  • 2012-present - Michigan Pharmacists Association

Primary Research Interest

  • 2019-present - Improving controlled substance safety and in an internal medicine clinic via and interprofessional approach
  • 2018-present - Implementation of an interprofessional shared decision-making model for patients with uncontrolled diabetes
  • 2018-present - Improving safety on long-term controlled substances via urine drug screening: an interprofessional approach
  • 2017-present - Improving Adherence to a Controlled Substance Agreement Policy: An Interprofessional Approach
  • 2016-present - Outcomes of Chronic Care Management in Primary Care Practice
  • 2017-2018 - Impact of Efforts to Improve Medication Reconciliation for Geriatric Patients in a Resident-Run Internal Medicine Clinic

Recent Publications

  • Mohammad I, Berlie H, Lipari M, Martirosov AL, Bacon O, Duong A, Faraj M, Garwood C. Ambulatory care practice in the COVID-19 era: redesigning clinical services and experiential learning. JACCP.2020 [Submitted, invited paper].
  • Mohammad I*, Mawari M, Elabdallah M, Elteriefi R, John R, George J.Impact of an interprofessional quality improvement project on adherence to a controlled substance agreement policy. 2020 [Submitted for publication].
  • McConachie S, Giuliano C, Mohammad I, Kale-Pradhan PB. Adverse drug reactions in drug information databases: does presentation affect interpretation?. J Med Libr Assoc2020; 108(1):76-83.
  • Lui VC, Mohammad I, Deol BD, Balarezo A, Deng L, Garwood CL. Post-discharge medication reconciliation: reduction in readmissions in a geriatric primary care clinic. Journal of Aging and Health2019; 31(10):1790-1805.
  • Lui VC, Mohammad I, Deol BD, Balarezo A, Deng L, Garwood CL. Post-discharge medication reconciliation: reduction in readmissions in a geriatric primary care clinic. Journal of Aging and Health2018 Aug; [Epub ahead of print].
  • Mohammad I, Korkis B, Garwood CL. Incorporating comprehensive management of direct oral anticoagulants into anticoagulation clinics. Pharmacotherapy 2017; 37(10):1284-1297.
  • Mohammad I, Shuster J, Petrovitch E, Garwood CL. Implementation of a direct oral anticoagulant discharge service. Am J Health Syst Pharm2017; 74(14):1040-1044.
  • Mohammad I, Powell A, Garbarino A, Pogue JM, Kaye KS, Martin E, Molloy L. Linezolid-associated myelosuppression in children: role of concomitant medications. Michigan Pharmacist Special Issue 2017; 55(3):20-22.
  • Garwood CL, Korkis B, Mohammad I, Lepczyk M, Risko K. Implementation of chronic care management services in primary care practice. Am J Health Syst Pharm2016; 73:1924-1932.
  • Horng M, Mohammad I, Smith ZR, Cajigas H, Awdish R. Inhaled iloprost for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) during pregnancy: a case report. Pharmacotherapy2016; 1-6.
  • Mohammad I, McConachie S. Innovating the integration of pharmacy trainees into practice: The Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn experience. Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Monitor2018; 37(12):4-5.
  • Mohammad I, Cwengros L. The opioid epidemic: Medicare’s approach and the pharmacist’s role. ACCP Ambulatory Care Practice and Research Network (PRN) Spring Newsletter2017: 3-5.
  • Mohammad I. Opportunities in ambulatory care practice: Medicare’s chronic care management (CCM) service. Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) Monitor2017; 36(2):7-9.
  • Mohammad I, Shuster J. Empowering patients and improving care: Patient self-monitoring and empowerment project. Michigan Pharmacist 2017; 55(1):18-19.
  • Mohammad I. Chronic care management (CCM) in primary care practice. The Receptor2017; 5(1):1-7.
  • Mohammad I. Medicare’s chronic care management (CCM) service. ACCP Ambulatory Care Practice and Research Network (PRN) Fall Newsletter2016; 12-13.
  • Mohammad I. Zapping hepatitis C with Zepatier®. The Receptor 2016; 4(2):3-5.
  • Mohammad I, MacDonald N. Chronic obstructivepulmonary disease & asthma community A.I.M. project (Assess, Intervene, Maintain). Michigan Pharmacist 2016; 53(4):26-27.
  • Al-banaa K, Mohammad I, Rehman T, Mahmood R, Al Rubaye A, Elteriefi R. Think beyond the numbers: a case of lithium toxicity with normal therapeutic level. American College of Physicians Michigan Chapter Scientific Meeting. Acme, Michigan. Oct 2018.
  • El Abdallah M, Ali A, Elghafri A, Modi P, Noureldin M, Shah S, Valliappan C, Elteriefi R, Mohammad I. Improving adherence to a controlled substance agreement policy: an interprofessional approach.
  • AhmedM, Al-Jubori M, Bangash R, Rehman T, Shetty R, Smbatt K, Zakharia K, Kane J, Mohammad I. Impact of efforts to improve medication reconciliation for geriatric patients in a resident-run internal medicine clinic.
  • Mohammad I, Garwood C, Whittaker P. Outcomes of chronic care management (CCM) in primary care practice.
  • Mohammad I, Elabdallah M, Elteriefi R. Improved adherence to a controlled substance agreement policy: an interprofressional approach. J Am Coll Clin Pharm2018; 1:136.
  • Mohammad I, Bangash R, Kane J. Impact of team-based efforts to improve medication reconciliation for geriatric patients in a resident-run internal medicine clinic. J Am Coll Clin Pharm2018; 1:138.
  • Korkis B, Lobkovich A, Mohammad I, Garwood CL. Implementation of a direct oral anticoagulant service in a pharmacist-managed anticoagulation clinic. J Am Coll Clin Pharm2018; 1:303.
  • Mohammad I, Whittaker P, Garwood CL. Outcomes of chronic care management (CCM) in primary care practice. Pharmacotherapy2017; 37(12):e124.
  • Mohammad I, Shuster J. Implementation of a transitions of care and care coordination service for patients with acute venous thromboembolism in the emergency department and observation unit. Pharmacotherapy2016; 36(7):e104.
  • Korkis B, Mohammad I, Garwood CL. Implementation of chronic care management services in a patient-centered medical home. Pharmacotherapy2016; 36(7):e106.
  • Horng M, Mohammad I, Smith ZR, Cajigas H, Awdish R. CTEPH and iloprost during pregnancy: case report. Crit Care Med2015; 43(12):1286.