Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy required. PharmD preferred. New Mexico Board of Pharmacy License required. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Experience with pharmacy information system implementations preferred. Experience with training others preferred. Requires in-depth knowledge of the clinical pharmacy operations, processes and procedures. Requires understanding of the clinical and distribution activities associated with the dispensing of medications within a hospital pharmacy serving multiple sites. Comprehensive understanding of pharmacology related to hospital pharmacy activities. Knowledge of pharmacy work-flow processes and how automation can create efficiencies. Knowledge of PC’s, Microsoft Windows operating system, and Excel spreadsheet application required.
Primary Job Functions
Responsible for implementation of the Pharmacy Information System, in conjunction with Information Services analysts. Following implementation, responsible for ongoing support of the Pharmacy Information System through coordination with Connect Rx and all components, the order management system, clinical systems patient financial (billing) system and inventory purchasing system.
Coordinate implementation efforts among core users, vendor, IS and key hospital departments.
Assist in identifying and scheduling training and all other functions required of core users.
Conduct regular core users meetings for development of policies and procedures, documentation, file building, testing, training and other pertinent functions.
Provide pharmacy ongoing support for the Pharmacy Information System to include coordination with all other automation components: Connect RX and all components, order management system, patient billing system, inventory purchasing and management system, and clinical systems.
Security management to include managing core user access and control rights.
Support upgrade implementations.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services - 17 months ago