ACCP Executive Director Appointed to GTMRx Board
Tysons Corner, VA — November 23, 2022 — The GTMRx Board of Directors voted yesterday to approve the appointment of Michael S. Maddux, Pharm.D., FCCP, to the GTMRx board. Maddux succeeds C. Edwin Webb, Pharm.D., MPH, FCCP, as the American College of Clinical Pharmacy’s (ACCP) GTMRx board representative. Webb served on the board of directors as ACCP’s inaugural representative and as GTMRx Treasurer from the time GTMRx was established. Now entering full-time retirement, Webb expressed his thanks to his GTMRx colleagues and applauded the work of the Institute to advance comprehensive medication management (CMM) and medication optimization.
As Executive Director of ACCP, Maddux serves as the organization’s chief staff officer and directs staff based in the suburban Kansas City and Washington, DC, offices. He also serves as Secretary–Treasurer of the Pharmacotherapy Publications Board of Directors, member of the Board of Trustees of the ACCP Foundation, and Secretary of the ACCP-PAC Governing Council. He has received awards for practice, teaching, and leadership, including the ACCP Clinical Practice Award, the UCSF Distinguished Alumnus Award, the Leonard Lecture Award, and the Hartman Lecture Award.
Maddux will serve as a member of the GTMRx Board of Directors and as GTMRx Treasurer. Board President Paul Grundy thanked Dr. Webb for his outstanding commitment and service to GTMRx and welcomed Maddux to the board, stating “ACCP’s commitment to getting the medications right through the delivery of CMM has provided critical support to the GTMRx mission. Dr. Maddux brings the same commitment and leadership to the board and we look forward to working with him.”
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The GTMRx Institute is a catalyst for change that brings critical stakeholders together, bound by the urgent need to get the medications right. We are physicians, pharmacists, nurses, patients, health IT innovators, drug and diagnostics companies, consumer groups, employers, payers—aligned to save lives and save money through comprehensive medication management. By showcasing evidence and innovation, we motivate practice transformation and push payment and policy reform. Together, we ACT to champion appropriate, effective, safe and precise use of medication and gene therapies. Learn more at gtmr.org.