BlueCross Selects Moore To Lead Clinical Pharmacy

Friday, July 21, 2017
Dr. Crescent Moore
Dr. Crescent Moore

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee has promoted Dr. Crescent Moore to director of clinical pharmacy. 

In this role, she is responsible for strategic direction for clinical pharmacy programs for all BlueCross lines of business. This includes overseeing approved lists of prescription drugs for members as well as the medication management for their medical and pharmacy benefits. 

“Dr. Moore’s experience in managed care, research, analytics and clinical and retail pharmacy will help guide our pharmacy programs in providing the best service for our members,” said Dr. Natalie Tate, BlueCross vice president of pharmacy management. 

Dr. Moore joined BlueCross in 2015 as a clinical pharmacist for government programs. She’s previously worked as a retail pharmacist, clinical pharmacist, and assistant professor at Lipscomb University. 

She has a Doctor of Philosophy degree and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and she earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Rhodes College. Dr. Moore completed a residency at the Tennessee Pharmacist Association and is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist. 



 



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