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Provides accurate and timely dispensing of medications, in all forms, to meet the needs of the individual patient according to professional standards and practices. Provides drug information, as requested, to patients, staff, and physicians. Assists in coordinating and supervising the other pharmacy staff (technicians, inventory personnel, etc).

Requirements

Education and/or Experience

1-3 years of hospital experience required

Computer Skills

Epic experience preferred

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

PharmD preferred, State of Illinois Registered Pharmacist License required

Ability to speak and write English to the extent necessary for safe and efficient performance of the job

Position available: Full-time, rotating 1st and 2nd shift with rotating weekends and holidays

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Overview

Chicago, IL
1001 to 5000 employees
Hospital
₹5 to ₹10 billion (INR)
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Clinical Pharmacist

Job Details

Full-timeEstimated: $90,000 – $120,000 a year9 days ago

Qualifications

  • Managed Care
  • Registered Pharmacist
  • Word Processing
  • Windows
  • Relational Databases
  • Pass Drug Screening

Full Job Description

***POSITION CAN BE LOCATED IN THE CHICAGO, IL. HQ, OR TULSA, OK. HQ OR RICHARDSON, TX. HQ***

  • Pharmacy Consultancy and/or Managed Care experience is a plus.*

BASIC FUNCTION:
This position is responsible for performing pharmacy program quality improvement activities including but not limited to reviewing and supporting formulary (drug list) and Utilization Management (UM) programs. This position is responsible for performing comprehensive medication reviews of individual member drug use as well.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Registered Pharmacist with unrestricted license in the state of Illinois, Oklahoma or Texas.
  • Experience using window based word processing, spreadsheet and relational database software.
  • Drug information skills.
  • Strong Verbal and written communication skills with client-facing experience.
  • Knowledge of practice guidelines or practice parameters; pharmacoeconomics; quality improvement processes and techniques.
  • Knowledge of medication use evaluation principles.
  • MTM program experience or completion of MTM/Pharmaceutical Care Training preferred.

PREFERRED JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Computer skills to include Excel and PowerPoint experience.
  • CB*

DICE 14

  • CA

HCSC is committed to diversity in the workplace and to providing equal opportunity and affirmative action to employees and applicants. We are an Equal Opportunity Employment / Affirmative Action employer dedicated to workforce diversity and a drug-free and smoke-free workplace. Drug screening and background investigation are required, as allowed by law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

Requirements:
Expertise Other
Job Type Full-Time Regular
Location OK – Tulsa, TX – Richardson, IL – Chicago

HCSC is committed to diversity in the workplace and to providing equal opportunity and affirmative action to employees and applicants.

If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran and need an accommodation or assistance in either using the Careers website or completing the application process, you can call us at 1-866-977-7378 to request reasonable accommodations.

Please note that only requests for accommodations in the application process will be returned. All applications, including resumes, must be submitted through HCSC’s Career website on-line application process. If you have general questions regarding the status of an existing application, navigate to “my account” and click on “View your job submissions”.

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PHARM REGISTERED PHARMACIST

Job Details

Full-timeEstimated: $110,000 – $140,000 a year9 days ago

Qualifications

  • Registered Pharmacist
  • Pharmacy Residency

Full Job Description

Clinical Pharmacist:
The Clinical Pharmacist – General Medicine is a part of our rotating clinical pharmacist team. This position is responsible for providing and coordinating pharmaceutical care services, including drug distribution and drug therapeutics (selection, monitoring).Clinical Pharmacist responsibilities encompass:
Medication Order Management
Reviews medication orders for completeness and appropriateness, including indication, patient-specific attributes that warrant individualization of therapy (or avoidance of therapy entirely) and drug / food interactions
Reviews medical record for patient response, occurrence of adverse events, and omission of therapies
Executes departmental protocols, clinical and operational. Effectively utilizes guidelines and procedures to optimally impact patient care
Documents medication interventions
Conducts medication histories and medication reconciliation when needed
Provision of Decentralized Pharmaceutical Care
Units: general medicine, surgery, cardiology, rehabilitation-medicine, psych
Serves as a medication expert to unit staff. Intervenes before or at the time of ordering of medications
Attends patient care rounds, when appropriate
Transitions of care. Provide the transitions of care for the patient, from medication history & reconciliation through the post-discharge period
Contributes to pharmacy quality and medication safety initiatives: reporting of ADRs, medication errors and other issues/concerns
Oversees workflow, complies with protocols/policies & procedures/guidelines and works collaboratively with both pharmacy and hospital staff to optimally meet the medication needs of the patient
Serves as a resource for physicians, nurses, hospital staff, and patients regarding medication therapy

Further opportunities include:
Precepting IPPE & APPE
Precepting PGY1 Residents
Professional development and advancement program for the Pharmacist team

Pharmacy Department

With a focus on comprehensive medication safety provisions and clinical pharmacy initiatives, the Inpatient Pharmacy has an innovative practice and significant automation throughout the medication management system. As a teaching facility, we are especially dedicated to ongoing educational opportunities within the department. We precept IPPE & APPE students from several colleges of pharmacy, and have a PGY1 Residency program as well as a PGY2 Administration Residency program. Additionally, there are significant teaching opportunities within the department and within the numerous medical residency programs in our health system. The department deploys several specialists and pharmacists to the patient care units as part of our patient-centered care model.

Sinai Health System

Sinai Health System provides an integrated care delivery model across four hospitals and several Sinai Medical Group clinics throughout Chicago and the near west suburbs.
Mount Sinai Hospital is a 319 bed Level I trauma academic medical center with specialty services including Cardiovascular Services, Cancer Care Center, Primary Stroke Center, Chest Pain Center, Orthopedics, Diabetes and Geriatrics. The Emergency Department at Mount Sinai receives almost 60,000 patient visits each year.
Sinai Children’s Hospital is a 74 bed facility which includes a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and a Pediatric Intensive Care unit. Sinai Children’s Hospital is located at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital is a 102 bed facility with comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services for adults and children.
Holy Cross Hospital is a 274 bed community safety-net hospital with specialty services including inpatient Rehabilitation, Hospice and a Primary Stroke Center. The Emergency Department at Holy Cross remains very busy, receiving the second highest number of ambulance runs in the city of Chicago.

Shifts/Hours Rotation:
Decentralized primarily
Rotation: central, evenings, weekends

Qualifications

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Part Time Staff Pharmacist

Job Details

Part-time$45 – $50 an hour

Qualifications

  • Leadership Experience
  • Licensed Pharmacist
  • Communication Skills

Full Job Description

Compensation: $45 to $50 per hour

About Scripts Rx:
Scripts Rx is a fast-growing, hub pharmacy company that helps manufacturers address common patient access concerns while providing a next generation pharmacy experience for doctors and patients. We employ highly skilled pharmacy technicians, pharmacists, and industry professionals, coupling industry expertise with innovative technology, process, and strategic solutions to change the way people think about pharmacy.

Scripts Rx was established with a mission to change the way doctors, patients, and drug manufacturers think about pharmacy. Pharmacies today are dependent upon antiquated processes, approaches, and technologies that prevent them from adapting to the ever-evolving needs of patients and doctors. At Scripts Rx, we are focused on building innovative solutions and new approaches that challenge traditional pharmacy norms to achieve the best possible outcomes for the patient while significantly improving the way doctors’ offices interact with pharmacy.

Scripts Rx provides its services to doctors and patients across the country through its physical locations in Chicago and Houston. Scripts Rx has experienced rapid growth and now and is continuing to build a foundation of innovative technology solutions since its founding in 2016.

Position Summary:
The Staff Pharmacist serves patients by preparing and dispensing medications, reviewing and interpreting physician orders, counseling patients on medication therapies and by detecting possible drug interactions.

Essential Functions:
Reviews prescriptions issued by physicians, or other authorized prescribers to ensure accuracy and patient safety.
Serves as primary source of information both internally and externally; providing information to patients regarding drug interactions, side effects, dosage and storage of pharmaceuticals.
Assist in ordering, delivery acceptance and maintaining accurate inventory records.
Assist the Pharmacist in Charge with staff management and various administrative tasks related to the operations of the Pharmacy.

Qualifications:
Current Illinois Pharmacist License
Education: Pharm D

Competencies:
Customer/client focused
Detail oriented
Excellent communication & interpersonal skills

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Pharmacist, Clinical & Operations – Inpatient Pharmacy

ob Details

Full-timeEstimated: $110,000 – $150,000 a year

Benefits

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance

Qualifications

  • BLS Certification
  • ACLS Certification
  • PALS Certification
  • Customer Service
  • Pharmacy Residency
  • Doctoral Degree

Full Job Description

Job Title: Pharmacist, Clinical & Operations – Inpatient Pharmacy
Department: Pharmacy – Inpatient
Shift: 4th (Rotating)Specialty:
Job Number: 2020-1391
Date Posted: 05/22/2020
Position Type: Pharmacy

Job Qualifications:
Are you a self-directed individual interested in joining a leading health care organization?
Join Rush University Medical Center!

We are seeking an experienced Pharmacist, Clinical and Operations to join our innovative Inpatient Pharmacy Department at Rush University Medical Center! The desired, motivated candidate will be able to provide leadership, multitask effectively and collaborate well with the team.

General Summary:
The scope of practice of the Pharmacist, Clinical and Operations includes evaluating pharmacotherapy, Epic order verification, oversight of technician drug preparation and distribution, and coordination of medication deliveries. In addition, a strong pharmacotherapy knowledge base is necessary to optimize patient therapy. This individual may work in several operational areas including the Central Pharmacy, Operating Room Pharmacy satellites, or clean rooms. In addition, this position may provide clinical service to adult critical or acute care patients, including intensive care, intermediate care, internal medicine, or perioperative units. Pharmacists in this role may also be trained to Lead Pharmacist shifts. This will include troubleshooting drug shortages, coordinating sick call coverage, and providing leadership and feedback to technicians and other staff. In addition, the individuals will exemplify Rush, mission, vision, and values and act in accordance with Rush policies and procedures.

This position may work days, evenings or nights, as well as weekends.

Position Highlights:
Provide patient-specific pharmacotherapy recommendations and drug information to the medical and nursing staff.
Evaluate and verify Epic provider orders for therapeutic appropriateness, proper dosing, optimal dosage form, drug interactions, allergic reactions, route and rate of administration and therapeutic redundancy.
Clarify provider orders, when necessary, through direct and timely contact with prescriber or designated practitioner.
Document Epic clinical interventions.
Oversight of workflows operations in assigned areas, including but not limited to automated dispensing cabinet restock, oral and IV batch production, compounded medication checking, central pharmacy carousel, IV Robot, chemotherapy and total parenteral nutrition.
Perform daily review of specified pharmacy dashboard reports including pharmacokinetic monitoring, and other drug or patient specific reports, as necessary.
Precepting of IPPE and APPE students on rotation and residents during orientation, staffing roles and/or projects/research.
Conduct monthly nursing unit inspections of medication storage areas as assigned.
Supervise pharmacy technician staff involved in the preparation and delivery of medications ensuring coordination of workflows with established delivery schedules.
Coordinate medication ordering, preparation, dispensing, and administration systems.
Participate in SE (ADR and medication error) reporting programs.
Implement all drug use policy and formulary decisions of the Pharmacy, Nutrition and Therapeutics committee
Maintain working knowledge of medical center and departmental policies and procedures.
Participate in Code Blue situations, as required, therefore required maintenance of BLS and ACLS certification. If training includes the Pediatric Satellite, PALS is also required.
Conduct or participate in medication use evaluations, quality improvement projects, or medical center or pharmacy department committees.
Demonstrate the ability to prioritize work to optimize resources.
Demonstrate skill in customer service.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Doctor of Pharmacy degree plus PGY1 residency and at least 1 additional year of health system pharmacy experience, or Doctor of Pharmacy degree and at least 3 years of health system pharmacy experience required.
Currently licensed as a Registered Pharmacist in the State of Illinois required.
BLS/ACLS/PALS certification completed during orientation (if not currently active).
PGY1 residency and at least 1 additional year of health system pharmacy experience
Active participant in pharmacy professional or peer organizations preferred.
Capable of assuming responsibility for evaluating and monitoring drug therapy relative to the total needs/problems of the ambulatory care patient in collaboration with physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
Previous experience providing medication order review and approval for neonatal and pediatric patients.
Must display maturity, independence, initiative, and strong verbal communication skills
Must be able to work effectively with others to provide safe and effective drug therapy.
Strong analytical, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills.
Excellent verbal, communication skills, organizational and time-management skills
Team player with a positive attitude and work ethic.
May be exposed to certain hazardous materials, including but not limited to blood-borne pathogens, chemotherapeutic agents, cleaning and sanitizing agents.

Company Highlights:
Rush was recently ranked first for Quality and Accountability among 102 leading academic medical centers in the US in a study conducted by the health care services company Vizient.
Ranked among the top academic medical centers in the country, Rush University Medical Center is an outstanding place to enhance your career. Everything we do centers on one goal: improving patient care.
Rush offers a competitive salary, and valuable healthy living benefits including: health, dental and vision to help you maintain and improve your health. Rush also offers several ways to invest in your future.

Rush is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.

Are you a self-directed individual interested in joining a leading health care organization?
Join Rush University Medical Center!

We are seeking an experienced Pharmacist, Clinical and Operations to join our innovative Inpatient Pharmacy Department at Rush University Medical Center! The desired, motivated candidate will be able to provide leadership, multitask effectively and collaborate well with the team.

General Summary:
The scope of practice of the Pharmacist, Clinical and Operations includes evaluating pharmacotherapy, Epic order verification, oversight of technician drug preparation and distribution, and coordination of medication deliveries. In addition, a strong pharmacotherapy knowledge base is necessary to optimize patient therapy. This individual may work in several operational areas including the Central Pharmacy, Operating Room Pharmacy satellites, or clean rooms. In addition, this position may provide clinical service to adult critical or acute care patients, including intensive care, intermediate care, internal medicine, or perioperative units. Pharmacists in this role may also be trained to Lead Pharmacist shifts. This will include troubleshooting drug shortages, coordinating sick call coverage, and providing leadership and feedback to technicians and other staff. In addition, the individuals will exemplify Rush, mission, vision, and values and act in accordance with Rush policies and procedures.

This position may work days, evenings or nights, as well as weekends.

Position Highlights:
Provide patient-specific pharmacotherapy recommendations and drug information to the medical and nursing staff.
Evaluate and verify Epic provider orders for therapeutic appropriateness, proper dosing, optimal dosage form, drug interactions, allergic reactions, route and rate of administration and therapeutic redundancy.
Clarify provider orders, when necessary, through direct and timely contact with prescriber or designated practitioner.
Document Epic clinical interventions.
Oversight of workflows operations in assigned areas, including but not limited to automated dispensing cabinet restock, oral and IV batch production, compounded medication checking, central pharmacy carousel, IV Robot, chemotherapy and total parenteral nutrition.
Perform daily review of specified pharmacy dashboard reports including pharmacokinetic monitoring, and other drug or patient specific reports, as necessary.
Precepting of IPPE and APPE students on rotation and residents during orientation, staffing roles and/or projects/research.
Conduct monthly nursing unit inspections of medication storage areas as assigned.
Supervise pharmacy technician staff involved in the preparation and delivery of medications ensuring coordination of workflows with established delivery schedules.
Coordinate medication ordering, preparation, dispensing, and administration systems.
Participate in SE (ADR and medication error) reporting programs.
Implement all drug use policy and formulary decisions of the Pharmacy, Nutrition and Therapeutics committee
Maintain working knowledge of medical center and departmental policies and procedures.
Participate in Code Blue situations, as required, therefore required maintenance of BLS and ACLS certification. If training includes the Pediatric Satellite, PALS is also required.
Conduct or participate in medication use evaluations, quality improvement projects, or medical center or pharmacy department committees.
Demonstrate the ability to prioritize work to optimize resources.
Demonstrate skill in customer service.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Doctor of Pharmacy degree plus PGY1 residency and at least 1 additional year of health system pharmacy experience, or Doctor of Pharmacy degree and at least 3 years of health system pharmacy experience required.
Currently licensed as a Registered Pharmacist in the State of Illinois required.
BLS/ACLS/PALS certification completed during orientation (if not currently active).
PGY1 residency and at least 1 additional year of health system pharmacy experience
Active participant in pharmacy professional or peer organizations preferred.
Capable of assuming responsibility for evaluating and monitoring drug therapy relative to the total needs/problems of the ambulatory care patient in collaboration with physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
Previous experience providing medication order review and approval for neonatal and pediatric patients.
Must display maturity, independence, initiative, and strong verbal communication skills
Must be able to work effectively with others to provide safe and effective drug therapy.
Strong analytical, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills.
Excellent verbal, communication skills, organizational and time-management skills
Team player with a positive attitude and work ethic.
May be exposed to certain hazardous materials, including but not limited to blood-borne pathogens, chemotherapeutic agents, cleaning and sanitizing agents.

Company Highlights:
Rush was recently ranked first for Quality and Accountability among 102 leading academic medical centers in the US in a study conducted by the health care services company Vizient.
Ranked among the top academic medical centers in the country, Rush University Medical Center is an outstanding place to enhance your career. Everything we do centers on one goal: improving patient care.
Rush offers a competitive salary, and valuable healthy living benefits including: health, dental and vision to help you maintain and improve your health. Rush also offers several ways to invest in your future.

Rush is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.

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