Mollie Ashe Scott, Pharm.D., is the School’s regional associate dean for the Asheville satellite campus. She joined the Mountain AHEC and the School in 2001.
Scott attended Meredith College where she received a B.S. in biology and then earned her Pharm.D. at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. She completed an ASHP-accredited residency in geriatrics at the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Durham, NC, and she was a member of the Campbell University clinical pharmacy faculty until 2001. She is board certified in ambulatory care pharmacy and is a clinical pharmacist practitioner. She was the director of pharmacotherapy at Mountain Area Health Education from 2001 to 2011
As a clinical pharmacist, Scott is interested in developing innovative practice models of the patient-centered medical home, a health-care setting that facilitates partnerships between individual patients, their personal physicians and, when appropriate, the patient’s family. Care is facilitated by registries, information technology, health information exchange and other means to assure that patients get the indicated care when and where they need and want it in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner. She has practiced as a clinical pharmacist practitioner since 2001 and provides ambulatory care pharmacy services at MAHEC Family Health Center, which is recognized as a level III patient-centered medical home.
Scott MA*, Hitch WJ, Wilson CG, Lugo AM. Billing for Pharmacists’ Cognitive Services in a Physicians’ Office: Experience with the “Incident To” Model. Journal of the Am Pharm Assoc 2012; 52:175-180.
Scott MA*, Hitch WJ, Ray LL, Colvin G. Integration of pharmacists into a patient-centered medical home. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, March/April 2011.
Scott MA, Section Editor for eight chapters in a textbook titled: Securing and Excelling in a Pharmacy Residency Program, edited by Crouch MA; Jones and Bartlett Learning: 2011.
Scott MA, In: Developing your personal mission and leadership style. Securing and excelling in a pharmacy residency program. Ed. Crouch MA; Jones and Bartlett Learning: 2011; 145-150.
Scott MA, Lugo AM. Insomnia. In: Pharmacotherapy Casebook. A Patient-Focused Approach. 8th edition. Eds. Schwinghammer TL, Koehler JM. 2011; McGraw Hill Medical: New York: 220-223.
Tips, Tools, and Resources for Starting an Ambulatory Care Practice (Round Table Discussion), Postgraduate Opportunities and Resources in Ambulatory Care Environments, 46th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition, New Orleans, LA, December 2011
Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials: Understanding our Differences,North Carolina Association of Pharmacists Annual Residency Leadership Conference, Greensboro, NC, July 2011
Teaching Pharmacy Students about the Patient-Centered Medical Home (Round Table Discussion), American Academy of Colleges of Pharmacy, San Antonio, TX, July 2011
Patient-Centered Medical Home Vignette, Building Ambulatory Services: Convincing Your Institution to Charge for Pharmacist Services, Part 2, American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists 45th Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition, Anaheim, CA, December 2010
South Carolina Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2010 Annual Meeting and Exhibit Program, Hilton Head, SC, March 2010
ASHP-Accredited Geriatric Pharmacy Practice Specialty Residency, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Durham, NC, 1993 to 1994
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 1993
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Cum Laude, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC, 1989
Certification and Licensure
North Carolina Registered Pharmacist since 1993 (NC Board of Pharmacy # 12088)
Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, 1995 to present (# 295311)
Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner, 2001 to present