Get to know Dr. Walker

“My medical practice belief is that medication-related problems are predictable and thus preventable. For Geriatric care, I am prepared to advise on your drug therapy needs. The Journal of the American Medical Association (AMA) recently stated that if adverse reactions to medications were classified as a distinct disease, it would rank as the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. The economic cost rivals that of cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and other major diseases and conditions commonly affecting today patient population. My professional goal is to support the medical profession in meeting their outcome goals, implementing practice-based programs that ensure cost-effective disease management registries.”

Introducing Dr. Marcia A. Walker- a graduate in data analytics from University Georgia and of Northeastern University. She is also, adjunct professor and physician trained pharmacologist.  Dr. Walker is here to explain her vision of how to expand data intelligence, education services in the care services for nurses and physicians.

Trained by a physician, she brings a unique clinical and date analytical eye to this care setting. She has completed a doctorate in the field of Pharmacology and is currently pursuing a second doctorate in Health Educational Research, with a focus on disease-based data intelligence in healthcare and care outcomes.

She brings both direct patient care and clinical expertise to resolve your concerns. From infectious disease to palliative care, she is knowledgeable because she teaches it. She also has consultations on customized training for employers that includes administrative and clinical training at Rx2Educate.

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