Pharmacy Business Operations Analyst
Facility: University of Maryland Medical Center
Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Baltimore, MD Shift/Schedule: DAY
Department: UMH: PHARMACY TRANSPLANT MAIL
Posted FTE: 1.0
Job Posting Category: Professionals
Hours of Work: ROTATE
Job ID #: 23980
Benefits Eligible: Yes
License/Cert Required: Not Indicated
Specialty Type: Not Applicable
What You Will Do:
The Pharmacy Business Operations Analyst coordinates and provides analytical support on financial and operational issues as requested relating to the Pharmacy department. Undertakes special projects as assigned by the Assistant Director Pharmacy Business & Operations. Responsible for maintaining the base of knowledge for the department on certain specific and significant Pharmacy programs such as Disproportionate Share Status (340b rules and regulations) and Medicare Parts B/D as they relate to the department of Pharmacy's operations. Works with outside vendors and consultants as requested and needed to perform the above duties.
What You Need to Be Successful:
Demonstrated knowledge of organizational problem solving and analytical skills are required to evaluate and resolve operational issues. Highly effective written and verbal communication skills are necessary to work with clinical, upper management, administrative and other personnel from multiple medical system departments and supervise staff. Ability to acquire and maintain sufficient knowledge of departmental systems and software to perform duties and responsibilities as required. Ability to work with others on complex issues. Ability to prepare, analyze, organize and present financial data. General knowledge of pharmacy services is preferred.
Bachelor’s Degree in Health Care Administration, Business Administration or a related discipline is required. Post graduate work is preferred. Two years of progressively responsible professional experience in financial and operations analysis is required. Three years experiences would be preferred. Pharmacy related health care administration or analysis would be preferable. Prior experience with 340b or Medicare Part B/D is preferred.
Microsoft Excel proficiency required. Familiarity with Microsoft Access database development, as it relates to design of queries, forms, reports and macros, preferred.
University of Maryland Medical Center - 21 months ago
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