Dr. Rashid is a clinical and research pharmacist with a health economics and outcomes research degree from USC. Dr. Rashid has been leading and conducting various research projects at KPSC under the pharmacy umbrella for 12+ years, including retrospective database analyses, prospective, clinical intervention, translational research, formulary evaluations, value propositions, cost-effectiveness analyses, and patient reported outcomes.
She also has created many interactive tools for physicians and healthcare decision makers to utilize to improve data gathering, collection and evaluation. Dr. Rashid has created many database registries and performs strategic planning related to involvement of informatics and database analysis. She loves teaching and has been a preceptor for many pharmacy residents for 10+ years.