“I learn something new from each participant and ECHO event that allows me to improve my own clinical practice and provide better services to my patients. I am very honored and privileged to be a part of this exceptional team and initiative.”
CAPT Ted Hall graduated from the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University with a Doctor of Pharmacy in 2002. He has served the Ho-Chunk Nation Health Department since September 2002 as a staff pharmacist and advanced to Chief Pharmacist in 2009. In 2019, he transferred billets to an Advanced Practice Pharmacist II. CAPT Hall is privileged by the Ho-Chunk Nation Medical Staff as a clinical psychiatric pharmacist non-physician medical provider under a Clinical Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreement for Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Disorders with diagnostic and prescriptive authority.
Ted served as the Principle IHS Lead for the US White House Office/Office of National Drug Control Policy National Heroin Task Force in 2015. He also served on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Technical Expert Panel to develop an Evidence-Based Guidebook on Treatment of Stimulant Use in 2019. He currently is serving on the Office of the White House/Office of National Drug Control Policy Coordinating Committee, Eliminating Barriers to Treatment Sub-Committee.
Pharmacy SUD ECHO Program
Ted is lead faculty with the Advancing Pharmacist Roles in Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Teams ECHO Program, which is designed to equip pharmacists, pharmacy staff, and other healthcare professionals with the necessary tools to effectively assume a critical role in SUD prevention, education, and assistance.