2017 – October: Dr. Mattingly was interviewed by WBAL’s Lisa Robinson on a story discussing the impact of Hurricane Maria on the pharmaceutical supply.

2017 – September: Dr. Mattingly was interviewed by MD Magazine regarding the lack of patient engagement in economic analyses for hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatments identified in his recent literature review published in Hepatology.

2017 – August: Dr. Mattingly was interviewed by MD Magazine on the cost-effectiveness of hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatments and to discuss a recent study published by Mattingly et al.

2017 – January: Dr. Mattingly was interviewed by Allison Aubrey from NPR to discuss the potential drug pricing issues with an old drug now being tested to treat cancer.

2016 – January: Dr. Mattingly was interviewed by Men’s Health for the January/February issue entitled “The 17 Best Drugstore Meds for Men” by Lila Battis.Mens Health Joey Mattingly

2015 – October: Dr. Mattingly was quoted by Drug Topics in an article regarding mobile health (mHealth) in pharmacy practice following an invited presentation on the topic at the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) Annual Meeting in National Harbor, Maryland.

2015 – September: Dr. Mattingly was interviewed and quoted by the Huffington Post as well as Baltimore’s Fox45 News regarding a controversial price increase of Daraprim(R) by Turing Pharmaceuticals.

2015 – June: Dr. Mattingly was interviewed and quoted on an article regarding over-the-counter cold medicines for Attn.com.

2014 – July: Dr. Mattingly was featured by KAPLAN Test Prep to help promote the profession of pharmacy for those interested.

2014 – June: Dr. Mattingly was invited to write a guest post for the Honest Apothecary blog to discuss the business case for schools of pharmacy.

2012 – September: Dr. Mattingly’s first blog was listed in an article as one of the “Best in Pharmacists’ Blogs” by Drugsdb.com.

2011 – Dr. Mattingly helped advocate for pharmacist-administered immunizations during Flu Season by giving an immunization during Good Morning Kentuckiana on WHAS11 News to reporter Michelle Arnold.