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Clinical responsibilities include (80%) - Medication Therapy Management:
* Manage a CPP clinic which collaborates with physicians and advanced practice providers to see patients and bill for services * Serve as a liaison between the Department of Pharmacy and the Division of Hematology/Oncology to assure all activities are coordinated and consistent * Educate patients and their caregivers about their chemotherapy plan * Support medication management goals set forth by the institution or Department of Pharmacy * Manage chemotherapy toxicities * Function as a limited oncology prescribing practitioner (LOPP) to collaboratively manage treatment plans within Epic electronic health record (EHR) * Coordinate medication related aspects of transitional care * Collaborate with the acute care pharmacists and chemotherapy infusion pharmacy team caring for oncology patients on pharmacy related policies, procedures, and guidelines * Provide comprehensive medication management for patients receiving oral chemotherapy agents * Document patient encounters in the EHR including items necessary for facility fee billing * Service Responsibilities (10%): * The pharmacist will maintain credentialing as a Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner * The pharmacist will contribute to ongoing quality assurance initiatives for the Department of Pharmacy * Educational Responsibilities (10%): * The outpatient oncology Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner will have responsibilities to educate students from local Schools of Pharmacy and PGY1 and PGY2 residents from UNC REX on experiential rotations.
● Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy.
● CPP must by a registered Pharmacist and licensed CPP in the state of NC. Credentialing and Privileging must be completed through the appropriate UNC HCS accrediting body as an APP prior to start date.
Professional Experience Requirements:
● North Carolina registered Pharmacist:. BS Pharmacy or Pharm D. BPS Certification or Geriatric Certification or ASHP residency program + 2 years of experience
● North Carolina Registered Pharmacist:. Pharm D. 3 years experience. 1 certificate program
● North Carolina Registered Pharmacist:. BS Pharmacy. 5 years experience. 2 certificate programs