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Summary

The primary duties of the Pharmacist In Charge (PIC) will be to ensure that all policies and procedures are being followed and are in-line with both state and federal regulations. In addition the PIC will be responsible for monitoring overall productivity to ensure that KPIs are being met. Identify strategies to improve existing pharmacy operations to maximize workflow, increase efficiency and develop new service line workflows. Exercises broad judgment in professional field requiring extensive subject matter knowledge and expertise, while keeping senior leadership fully informed of operating issues and results

Responsible for direct management of Lead Pharmacists

Essential Duties and Functions

  • Serve as a point of escalation for issues requiring a higher degree of expertise or discretion to resolve patient and inventory issues and ensure timely resolution.
  • Ensure ongoing pharmacy compliance will all laws and regulations; ensure that the pharmacy meets or exceeds accreditation standards; and implement “best practices” in department activities.
  • Enhance patient satisfaction by leading investigations to determine root cause, establish preventive measures, and provide after action reports.
  • Coach and mentor pharmacy leaders to increase employee engagement, maintain positive morale, and develop high-quality work standards.
  • Collaborate across the organization in the development of processes, best practices for pharmacy operations, additional licensing, and development of new service lines.
  • Represents Propel Pharmacy at the Boards of Pharmacies to receive additional licenses, leading to increased operational ability. 
  • Analyzes pharmacy systems (i.e. SuiteRx) to ensure proper support of pharmacy operations.  Makes recommendations for enhancements or system changes. 
  • Ensures accurate pricing and billing for 3rd party compliance. 
  • Coordinates and resolves state and accreditation inspections. 
  • Report business metrics to HQ/SLT and represent pharmacy during cross-functional meetings.
  • Research topics and provide guidance to clinical team as required
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and HIPAA compliance.
  • Participate in the pharmacy’s performance improvement program as requested by the Performance Improvement Coordinator. 
  • Report any misconduct, suspicious or unethical activities to the Compliance Officer and VP of Operations

Qualifications

To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Required

  • Doctor of Pharmacy or Bachelor degree from ACPE accredited program.
  • Registered Pharmacist licensed in Ohio
  • Must not be included on the List of Excluded Individuals and Entities (LEIE) by OIG.

Preferred

  • Counseling experience in preventive medicine or women’s health. 
  • Minimum of 5 year's  experience managing a team in a pharmacy environment.
  • Licensed in other states, or interested in obtaining licensing in additional states.

Physical Requirements

  • Manual dexterity, arm and upper body range of motion sufficient for use of a keyboard, mouse and telephone 7-8 hours per day.
  • Speech and hearing sufficient for in-person and telephone communication 7-8 hours per day.
  • Vision sufficient for use of a computer monitor.
  • Ability to sit or stand at a desk for 7-8 hours per day.

The job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive statement of the duties of the position listed above.  Other appropriate duties may be required from time to time. 

 

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