Patrick Campbell, PharmD, PhD

Senior Director, Research


Patrick Campbell

Patrick Campbell, PharmD, PhD serves as the Director of Measurement Outcomes Research at the Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA). In this role, Patrick works to expand research efforts that align with PQA’s mission of optimizing health by advancing the quality of medication use. He leads various research studies that analyze the impact and outcomes associated with quality measures, health policies, and pharmaceutical services within healthcare systems. Additionally, Dr. Campbell supports AGILE Model initiatives and serves as the liaison to the Research Coordinating Committee.

Dr. Campbell received both his PharmD and PhD in Pharmaceutical Economics, Policy and Outcomes from the University of Arizona, College of Pharmacy. He has expertise with both qualitative and quantitative health economics and outcomes research methods including psychometrics, real world evidence, meta-analysis, health technology assessment, and comparative effectiveness research.

Prior to joining PQA, Patrick worked as a research associate within the University of Arizona Medication Management Center Research Team. He is a two-time American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education Fellowship awardee and works part-time as a community pharmacist. Dr. Campbell is passionate about patient-reported outcomes, healthcare quality and safety, and community pharmacy practice.