Daniel Ashby, vice president and chief pharmacy officer for the Johns Hopkins Health System, oversees pharmacy services for the health system.
Mr. Ashby came to Johns Hopkins in 1999, serving as director of pharmacy for the Johns Hopkins Health System before being promoted to senior director of pharmacy. During his tenure, he has reestablished and expanded pharmacy residency training programs and implemented continuing education and professional development programs for the health system.
Before coming to Johns Hopkins, Mr. Ashby held various positions with hospitals and health care systems across the country, most recently serving as director of pharmacy for Methodist Healthcare in Memphis. He held faculty appointments at the University of Tennessee and University of Mississippi colleges of pharmacy.
In recognition for his work and contributions to the industry, Mr. Ashby has earned a number of awards and recognitions, including Michigan Pharmacist of the Year, President’s Award from the Association of Black Health-System Pharmacists and American Society of Hospital Pharmacists Distinguished Leadership Award in Health-System Pharmacy Practice. He is the 2011 recipient of the Harvey A.K. Whitney Lecture Award, the ASHP’s highest honor. Mr. Ashby has published numerous articles and made over 100 presentations on a variety of topics. His proudest achievement is serving as preceptor for more than 325 pharmacy residents.
Mr. Ashby holds a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy and a master’s degree in pharmacy administration from Wayne State University in Detroit. He completed the Wharton School of Business Hospital Pharmacy Executive Leadership Program.