Jeremy Campbell PharmD, MHI is an Associate Director of Health Information Technology for a major pharmaceutical company based in Germany. In his current role, Jeremy works with various health systems throughout the United States to leverage technology to improve overall patient outcomes and quality of care provided in both an ambulatory and institutional environment. Prior to working in the pharmaceutical industry, Jeremy worked as a pharmacist informaticist in a hospital, managed care, and consultant setting. In addition to working as a pharmacist informaticist, Jeremy has also taught health informatics at a graduate school level for a local private university and with training clinicians at a local academic medical center .
Jeremy works tirelessly to give back to the community, serving as president of the Epsilon Beta Sigma Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, INC. Jeremy and his wife have also established the Uriah and Estella Thompson Scholarship for minority students at IU Southeast. Jeremy was recently honored by the Black Achievers Association as a recipient of the Adult Achiever award. Jeremy often returns to his Alma mater Louisville Central High School and other community settings as a guest speaker for youth and adult populations targeting issues related to college preparation, health outcomes and creating success. Most recently, Jeremy and his wife were honored as distinguished alumni at a Louisville Central High School football game in which relatively newer graduates were recognized for their various community and professional achievements.
Jeremy completed his pre-pharmacy coursework at Indiana University Southeast but also holds a Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) from Purdue University College of Pharmacy in West Lafayette, Indiana and a Master of Science in Health Informatics and Graduate Certificate in Business Informatics from Northern Kentucky University College of Informatics in Highland Heights, Kentucky. Jeremy is continuing his professional education by currently pursuing a Six Sigma Green Belt Certification which focuses on process and quality improvement. Jeremy is also a registered pharmacist in the state of Kentucky.
Jeremy is the co-author of The Black Mans Guide to Graduate School published in 2013. Jeremy is a passionate family man and currently resides with his wife Cha’Reme, daughter Charlie and is expecting their second daughter Meli in October 2017.