As a pharmaceutical consultant, clinical consultant and academic, Diana Rangaves, PharmD, Rph offers health care services within various fields and levels. Her experiences include creating clinical protocols and workflow efficiencies for multiple activities, presentations and follow up to stakeholders and directors, positive interactions with colleagues and assistants, various training projects for staff and new employees, data consolidation and interpolation and quality control and aseptic technique.
Diana earned a Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from the University of
California, San Francisco, and has 16 years of managerial experience. She is able to multitask on various projects, prioritize and implement goal-oriented strategies, solve crises, and work
effectively with a multidimensional team.
Her twenty-six year career has been varied and extensive:
She has broad experience in the use of language for precision and effectiveness and the ability to articulate herself to a wide range of audiences. She values integrity and persistence in working toward short- and long-term personal and institutional goals.
Living in Santa Rosa has afforded Diana a working relationship with many health care providers, prescribers and facilities. She is skilled in medication reconciliation processes, chart reviews, drug screening for potential adverse reactions; formulary and therapeutic substitutions; employee management, both in recruitment of talent and the hiring procedures; productivity, technology, human resources, marketing, communication, compounding and related areas for the pharmaceutical and health care field.
Educational training workshops include, but are not limited to:
She is capable of creating vision, priority and focus.
Diana's experience with elders and dementia moved from theory to practical applications in the care of her late father. She has firsthand knowledge and experience with the patience, perspectives and perceptions necessary to provide the quality of life the dementia patient is silently asking for. As the physical journey concludes, creating the environment for a peaceful death is our final gift to them.