Stephanie Uses, PharmD, MJ, JD

Stephanie Uses is a Patient Safety Analyst at ECRI Institute where her responsibilities include event analysis and custom feedback to healthcare facilities submitting event data to ECRI Institute PSO. Before joining ECRI Institute, Stephanie worked for 19 years at a large health system in suburban Philadelphia as a Clinical Pharmacist. During that time, she was responsible for ensuring safe and effective prescribing practices for patients in the critical care unit and assisted in the development of the health system’s anti-coagulation program. Her other duties included reporting and reviewing adverse drug reactions, monitoring and education of patients receiving warfarin, and participating in education programs for the physicians and nurses within the health system. Stephanie has spoken on numerous patient safety topics, including the safe use of opioids, anticoagulation management, and drug shortages. Stephanie continues to work as a hospital pharmacist. She has a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. Stephanie also has a Masters of Jurisprudence in Health Law and a Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law. She is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar.