National Director of Medication Outcomes Disparity
Paul Mollo is the National Director for Medication Outcomes Disparity for Ascension. He oversees the 340B program and the Patient Medication Assistance Program at the National level, is the liaison to the ministry of the Dispensary of Hope and spends most of his time working on programs to help make medications more affordable for patients.
Previously, Paul spent 16 years as the Director of Pharmacy for Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital in Binghamton, NY where he helped create and lead many programs to sustain the poor and vulnerable in that community.
He holds a BS in Pharmacy from the University of Buffalo, and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida. Paul has been a speaker for the Island Peer Review Organization (IPRO) as well as for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). He has co-authorized a chapter for The Joint Commission on The Nurse’s Role in Medication Reconciliation as well as co-authored an article for The Joint Commission on Eliminating Adverse Drug Events.
Paul is an active member of the 340B Health Board of Directors as well as the 340B Health Pharmacy Services Committee in addition to his memberships with ASHP and The Southern Tier Society of Health Systems Pharmacy.