Responsible for managing medication therapy to help facilitate patient care within a clinic and infusion room setting. Provides medication related services to optimize pharmacotherapeutic outcomes for patients and provides remote services to the infusion areas within the clinic.
Develop and/or maintains an active clinical pharmacy service as assigned
Provide effective medication and practice-related education and counseling to patients, caregivers, and medical staff
Collaborate with medical and nursing staff to optimize the pharmacotherapeutic aspects of patient care including infusion and outpatient medication management.
Provide timely follow-up on clinical effects/assessments of medications with adjustments as necessary to achieve optimal outcomes.
Participate in medication/treatment plan development and review based on recognized needs.
Appropriately participates in and guide medical staff to comply with institutional standards, initiatives, guidelines (i.e. prior authorization, reimbursement optimization, formula management, REMS programs, and institutional programs, etc.).
Dispenses and labels drugs or devices, selects drugs and reviews drug utilization, stores prescription drugs and devices and maintains drug records in the pharmacy.
Participate in institutional initiatives to develop, improve, and implement patient care tools (i.e., treatment plans, protocols, algorithms, monitoring programs) to align with departmental and institutional goals.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Doctor of Pharmacy is required.
Pharmacy Practice Residency (PGY1 or 2) or two (2) years of experience in a clinical setting. Oncology experience is required.
Additional Licenses and Certifications:
Registered Pharmacist (RPh) license is required. BCOP Certification is preferred.