Education and its Assessment, Health Data Analytics and Informatics, Systems, Computational, and/or Evolutionary Biology
Gregory Reardon’s career experience has ranged from pharmacy practice to academia to healthcare entrepreneurship. Before joining the KGI School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in July 2017, he was a faculty member at the University of Findlay and the Ohio State University colleges of pharmacy. Prior to returning full-time to teaching in 2013, he started and ran an independent research consulting practice. His company specialized in the analysis of healthcare data for measurement and communication of outcomes and population health statistics to improve the quality of patient care.
Dr. Reardon is an Ohio-licensed pharmacist who holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in pharmacy (pharmaceutical administration/outcomes research), both from Ohio State. He has most recently taught courses in pharmacy management, health systems, health economic evaluation, and quality improvement / safety / performance measurement. He maintains a passion for pursuing more systematic approaches to patient care, with an emphasis on analytical methods that derive meaning from healthcare data. He remains an active researcher with interests in assessment of patient needs, health outcomes and geriatrics. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles on these topics.