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We are searching for an Assistant Director of Specialty Pharmacy -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will be responsible for overall operation and quality of pharmacy services and personnel, including administrative, clinical, distributive, cold chain management, and technical activities of the department. This role provides oversight and guidance for clinical operational and decision-making aspects of program as the senior clinical staff person for Specialty Pharmacy.
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• Provides administrative direction for pharmacy to include ensuring that all legal and regulatory requirements are met through the creation and implementation of appropriate policies and procedures
• Provides clinical direction and support for pharmacy to include but not limited to ongoing clinical initiatives with respect to the medication usage process and performance improvement
• Provides the appropriate level of pharmaceutical care services to patients of the facility by overseeing the medication use process, people, and systems. In addition, ensures continuous reviews for safety and efficiency of departmental processes
• Develops leadership skills and provides leadership development opportunities for staff. Establishes priorities and educates the staff on critical success factors for the department
• Ensures that URAC (Utilization Review Accreditation Commission), ACHC (Accreditation Commission for Healthcare), and Joint Commission requirements specific to the department are fulfilled but also understand the linkage between the department’s requirements and those of the integrated delivery system
• Collaborates with colleagues in other departments to ensure all URAC, ACHC, and Joint Commission requirements are met
• Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy or Ph.D required
• RPH from the Texas State Board of Pharmacy required
• 5 years pharmacy work or pharmacy residency experience required
• 2 years formal management experience or experience as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist required
• A Master’s degree in pharmacy administration, business administration, public health, or related healthcare field with the completion of a two-year pharmacy residency program may substitute for four years of the required pharmacy work experience (including the two years of pharmacy management/leadership experience