- Completion of a PGY2 Residency in Internal Medicine or a 2-year Pharmacotherapy Program Prior experience in a hospital setting
- Graduate of an ACPE Accredited School of Pharmacy Related Masters or Doctoral Level Academic degree and/or Doctor of Pharmacy degree Completion of a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency New York State Pharmacy License, or eligibility to obtain license within 3 months of hire
Maintains a liaison relationship with the Service covered through participation in patient care rounds and involvement in joint projects with the Department/Division/Service covered. This includes but is not limited to:
- Identification of problems/issues in specific patients and promotion of rational drug use on a case-by-case basis (includes therapy selection, monitoring and assessment of outcomes of therapy) Provision of drug information to providers covering the service and the patients covered by the Service(s) identified Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting for patients on service Patient Medication Education Counseling including but not limited to, diabetes management, anticoagulation, and inhalers Integral involvement with telepharmacy services
- Develops, implements, manages and reports results pertinent to continuous quality improvement and expense reduction programs related to the patients serviced. Examples of such efforts should be:
- Medication use evaluations Treatment protocols/guidelines Clinical pathways Other products/services which fulfill these goals
- Acts as secretary or member of multidisciplinary committee(s) of medical staff, charged by the Formulary and Therapeutics Committee or other Medical Board Subcommittee, which oversees, develops, implements and manages policies for the care delivered to the patients serviced.
- Provides training and educational programs for undergraduate and graduate pharmacy students, universities, and health care providers at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
- Assists in the process of budget forecasting for pharmaceuticals based upon a knowledge base of ongoing research for new drugs and indications and trending of current consumption.
- Develops and delivers educational programs for patients cared for at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
- Performs research in areas of interest, especially those which parallel departmental goals and objectives, and submits manuscripts for publication and/or presentation at local, state and/or national meetings.
Participates in supervisory functions for pharmacy staff (when applicable) including:
- Interviews candidates for pharmacy management and staff positions Recommends corrective action for pharmacy staff for supervisor implementation Contributes to and administers, when applicable, performance evaluations for staff Provides guidance related to pharmacotherapy decisions
*Other duties as outlined by the Pharmacy Director, Drug Use Policy of New York Presbyterian Hospital, Apothecary-in-Chief of New York Presbyterian Hospital, including departmental Administrator-on-call.
Performs all duties inherent to managerial role. Participates in hiring, training, evaluation and termination of assigned staff according to hospital policies and procedures.
Performs other special projects and duties as assigned.