Bonnie Greenwood leads health outcomes research and strategic planning in addition to providing clinical expertise and program implementation for current and future clients. She specializes in leveraging data to optimize medication policies and utilization and has published on quality improvement efforts related to opioids, hepatitis C virus, insulin, and aminoglycosides. Her work contributes to the understanding of medication uptake patterns and clinical outcomes to ensure equitable access to these therapies for all patients.
Before joining UMass Medical School, Greenwood worked at Brigham & Women’s Hospital for ten years, where she served as manager of Perioperative Services and Staff Development. In this role, she gained experience in clinical research, project management, quality improvement, and professional education.
In addition to her being a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist, Greenwood is an assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at UMass Medical School. In 2017, she became a Member of Honor of the Rwanda Hospital Pharmacists Society. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Northeastern University.