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Assists the Sr. Director in developing and implementing goals and objectives to ensure quality services are delivered to patients, staff and the hospital. Supports the Sr. Pharmacy Director in the day-to-day management of the Pharmacy.
1. Assists the Sr. Director in setting objectives and priorities and determining strategies to accomplish department objectives of providing quality services to patients and staff.
2. Recommends, and in conjunction with the Sr. Director, develops policies and procedures and implements departmental and Hospital policies and procedures.
3. Participates in analyzing records to indicate prescribing trends and excessive usage of drugs.
4. Monitors and implements new pharmacy programs upon receiving funding from the hospital.
5. Advises the Sr. Director in developing quality assurance techniques to ensure safe, legal, and ethical practices.
6. Participates in inter-intra departmental meetings to advise and inform hospital medical staff of drug applications and characteristics.
7. Assigns work, sets deadlines and supervises work of assigned staff.
8. Recruits, trains and evaluates performance of assigned staff;
9. Assumes responsibilities of the Sr. Pharmacy Director during absences.
10. Performs other related duties. Specific Duties of the Director of Clinical Pharmacy Services:
- Coordinates all clinical pharmacy programs throughout the Hospital, including roll out of pharmacy clinical initiatives in all pharmacy satellite locations, staff education, medication use evaluations, research, grants, publications, investigational drug activities, antimicrobial assistance program, performance improvement activities, adverse drug reaction program, and medication error evaluation.
- Preceptor and Program Director of the ASHP PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency program
- Pharmacy lead for EPIC willow program
- Review regulatory standards for updates, develop and implement changes to ensure compliance
- Serve as liaison to QA and Risk Management departments
- Member of various hospital committees and assigns pharmacy representation in hospital QA committees
- Preparation of P & T and other committee agendas.
- Administers and maintains pharmacy clinical data bases.
- Editor of Formulary Facts, Pharmacy Bulletins, and Drug Recalls
- Coordinate rotations for pharmacy students from our University Affiliates
- Clinical pharmacy coordinators which include, transplant, infectious diseases, Drug Information, Oncology, clinical research, and performance improvement coordinators
- EPIC pharmacy team
- Adult satellite manager
- Peds satellite manager
- Pharmacy PGY1 residents
- Voluntary College of Pharmacy faculty from affiliated Universities
Graduate from an accredited school of Pharmacy (ACPE).
Advanced degree, Graduate of a PGY1 residency and Board Certification preferred
5 years hospital and/or clinical pharmacy leadership experience; managerial experience is preferred.
Pharmacy computer system(s) - Basic
Hospital Software - Basic
Pharmacy Perpetual Inventory (PMM) - Intermediate (Purchaser, IT)
• Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills
• Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
• Demonstrated knowledge of federal, state/local pharmacy regulations and pharmacy management practices
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