Biographies Speakers

Dr. Hae Mi Choe is an associate dean and director of Pharmacy Innovations & Partnerships for the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy and University of Michigan Medical Group, respectively. She received her baccalaureate degree in Biochemistry/Cell Biology from the University of California, San Diego and completed Doctor of Pharmacy from University of California, San Francisco. She completed Pharmacy Practice Residency at the Kaiser Permanente. Dr. Choe joined the University of Michigan Health System in 1999 to develop ambulatory clinical services. She was the first pharmacist evaluated and endorsed by the Credentialing Committee at UMHS and was granted special privileges in patient care. Dr. Choe created a group practice model at UMHS as part of the Patient Centered Medical Home. In recognition for her practice in diabetes, she received the 2004 Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award from the Michigan Pharmacists Association. In 2011, Dr. Choe and her colleagues received state and national recognition (MPA Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award and ASHP Best Practice Award) for their group practice model in the Patient-Centered Medical Home. In 2014, she received the APhA Pinnacle Award for Individual Career Achievement. Dr. Choe has received 2016 MSHP President’s Award for her statewide initiative to integrate pharmacists into primary care. In addition, Dr. Choe has been recognized for excellence in teaching, including 2008 Crystal APPLE (Academic-Practice Partnerships for Learning Excellence) Award for excellence in providing exemplary experiential education from American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and 2006 Excellence in Teaching Award from UM College of Pharmacy.