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Compound Pharmacist

century pharmacy

lowell, MA
30 days ago
lowell, MA
30 days ago

We are a busy retail and compounding pharmacy that is looking to add a diligent and knowledgeable pharmacist to our staff. We offer great very competitive reimbursement, benefits and a positive working atmosphere.
***Ideal candidate will have several years of compounding experience as well as strong knowledge of Billing And Third-Party Adjudication***

Other Common Duties:

Preparing medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders;

detecting therapeutic incompatibilities.

Dispensing medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals. Controling medications by monitoring drug therapies; advising interventions.

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Clinical Pharmacy Specialist

Lahey Health

Burlington, MA
9 days ago
Burlington, MA
9 days ago
Welcome To
Welcome to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, part of Beth Israel Lahey Health. Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is a world-renowned tertiary medical center known for its innovative technology, pioneering medical treatment and leading-edge research. A teaching hospital of Tufts University School of Medicine, the hospital provides quality health care in virtually every specialty and subspecialty, from primary care to cancer diagnosis and treatment to kidney and liver transplantation. It is a national leader in a number of health care areas, including stroke, weight management and lung screenings, among many others. Lahey also helps to advance medicine through research and the education of tomorrow's health care leaders.
About the Job
Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Anti-Coagulation Program Manager and the general supervision of the Administrative Director and Anticoagulation Program Medical Director, the Anticoagulation pharmacist will be instrumental in facilitating the safe and effective use of anticoagulation therapy at Lahey Clinic. Critical elements of this position include providing patient, staff and provider education; performing therapeutic monitoring for efficacy and safety; evaluating for potential drug interaction; making recommendations regarding appropriate dosage adjustment; and effectively communicating to patients, families and other members of the healthcare team. In collaboration with other anticoagulation team members, the Anticoagulation Program Clinical Pharmacist will participate in the development, maintenance and direction of the Thrombosis Service; ensure appropriate, complete and accurate documentation in the Patient's Medical Record; perform the daily operations including data collection and analysis, and identifying performance improvement opportunities.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities including but not limited to:
+ Clinically reviews anticoagulation medication orders to identify patients receiving therapeutic doses of anticoagulation medications. Assessment should include, appropriate drug selection, medication allergy, dose, route of administration, indication for anticoagulation, relevant laboratory results, therapeutic duplication, drug interactions and age of patient.
+ Intervenes with appropriate health care professional when necessary, and documents clinical interventions consistent with departmental policy.
+ Appropriately enters dosing recommendations and other pertinent communications regarding the anticoagulation therapy into the Patient’s Medical Record.
+ Provides clinical guidance related to anticoagulation therapy to Nurses, physicians, Interns, medical students, and other members of the health care team. Participates in the Pharmacy Residency program as a clinical preceptor.
+ Provides anticoagulation drug information to medical staff and patients upon request or when need is apparent. Documents request into the intervention database in accordance with departmental policy
+ Responsible for day-to-day evaluation of patients on anticoagulation therapy to identify patients requiring close monitoring, evaluation of drug-drug interactions, monitoring of therapeutic lab results and communicating recommended adjustments to therapy to the appropriate provider managing the patient’s care.
+ Responsible for understanding and utilizing all technology to accomplish the above.
+ Serves as a liaison between the Anticoagulation Department and any health care provider
+ Pharmacists are responsible for their own professional development including, meeting all requirements for continuing education, keeping abreast of current professional literature, both from a clinical and medication safety perspective. Pharmacists are expected to participate in select pharmacy department activities such as the clinical staff meeting and clinical conferences.
+ Actively participates in continuous performance improvement activities of the department, including providing suggestions on how to improve day-to-day operations
+ Performs assigned projects in a efficient and timely manner
+ Demonstrates competency in all practice areas in which Anticoagulation Pharmacist duties are performed. Has completed all required departmental competency requirements.
+ Incorporates Lahey Clinic Guiding Principles, Mission Statement and Goals into daily activities.
+ Complies with all Lahey Clinic Policies.
+ Complies with behavioral expectations of the department and Lahey Clinic.
+ Maintains courteous and effective interactions with colleagues and patients.
+ Demonstrates an understanding of the job description, performance expectations, and competency assessment.
+ Demonstrates a commitment toward meeting and exceeding the needs of our customers and consistently adheres to Customer Service standards.
+ Participates in departmental and/or interdepartmental quality improvement activities.
+ Participates in and successfully completes Mandatory Education.
+ Performs all other duties as needed or directed to meet the needs of the department.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education: Must be a graduate of an accredited college of pharmacy with a current MA registration in Pharmacy
Licensure, Certification, Registration: Must possess a valid MA pharmacist license
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities: Demonstrates the ability to be thoroughly trained to meet the requirements of this job description.
Experience: Previous hospital pharmacy experience is preferred. Excellent communication, interpersonal skills and teamwork is required. Residency experience or board certification or equivalent experience preferred.
Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Anti-Coagulation Program Manager and the general supervision of the Administrative Director and Anticoagulation Program Medical Director, the Anticoagulation pharmacist will be instrumental in facilitating the safe and effective use of anticoagulation therapy at Lahey Clinic. Critical elements of this position include providing patient, staff and provider education; performing therapeutic monitoring for efficacy and safety; evaluating for potential drug interaction; making recommendations regarding appropriate dosage adjustment; and effectively communicating to patients, families and other members of the healthcare team. In collaboration with other anticoagulation team members, the Anticoagulation Program Clinical Pharmacist will participate in the development, maintenance and direction of the Thrombosis Service; ensure appropriate, complete and accurate documentation in the Patient's Medical Record; perform the daily operations including data collection and analysis, and identifying performance improvement opportunities.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities including but not limited to:
+ Clinically reviews anticoagulation medication orders to identify patients receiving therapeutic doses of anticoagulation medications. Assessment should include, appropriate drug selection, medication allergy, dose, route of administration, indication for anticoagulation, relevant laboratory results, therapeutic duplication, drug interactions and age of patient.
+ Intervenes with appropriate health care professional when necessary, and documents clinical interventions consistent with departmental policy.
+ Appropriately enters dosing recommendations and other pertinent communications regarding the anticoagulation therapy into the Patient’s Medical Record.
+ Provides clinical guidance related to anticoagulation therapy to Nurses, physicians, Interns, medical students, and other members of the health care team. Participates in the Pharmacy Residency program as a clinical preceptor.
+ Provides anticoagulation drug information to medical staff and patients upon request or when need is apparent. Documents request into the intervention database in accordance with departmental policy
+ Responsible for day-to-day evaluation of patients on anticoagulation therapy to identify patients requiring close monitoring, evaluation of drug-drug interactions, monitoring of therapeutic lab results and communicating recommended adjustments to therapy to the appropriate provider managing the patient’s care.
+ Responsible for understanding and utilizing all technology to accomplish the above.
+ Serves as a liaison between the Anticoagulation Department and any health care provider
+ Pharmacists are responsible for their own professional development including, meeting all requirements for continuing education, keeping abreast of current professional literature, both from a clinical and medication safety perspective. Pharmacists are expected to participate in select pharmacy department activities such as the clinical staff meeting and clinical conferences.
+ Actively participates in continuous performance improvement activities of the department, including providing suggestions on how to improve day-to-day operations
+ Performs assigned projects in a efficient and timely manner
+ Demonstrates competency in all practice areas in which Anticoagulation Pharmacist duties are performed. Has completed all required departmental competency requirements.
+ Incorporates Lahey Clinic Guiding Principles, Mission Statement and Goals into daily activities.
+ Complies with all Lahey Clinic Policies.
+ Complies with behavioral expectations of the department and Lahey Clinic.
+ Maintains courteous and effective interactions with colleagues and patients.
+ Demonstrates an understanding of the job description, performance expectations, and competency assessment.
+ Demonstrates a commitment toward meeting and exceeding the needs of our customers and consistently adheres to Customer Service standards.
+ Participates in departmental and/or interdepartmental quality improvement activities.
+ Participates in and successfully completes Mandatory Education.
+ Performs all other duties as needed or directed to meet the needs of the department.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education: Must be a graduate of an accredited college of pharmacy with a current MA registration in Pharmacy
Licensure, Certification, Registration: Must possess a valid MA pharmacist license
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities: Demonstrates the ability to be thoroughly trained to meet the requirements of this job description.
Experience: Previous hospital pharmacy experience is preferred. Excellent communication, interpersonal skills and teamwork is required. Residency experience or board certification or equivalent experience preferred.
Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Anti-Coagulation Program Manager and the general supervision of the Administrative Director and Anticoagulation Program Medical Director, the Anticoagulation pharmacist will be instrumental in facilitating the safe and effective use of anticoagulation therapy at Lahey Clinic. Critical elements of this position include providing patient, staff and provider education; performing therapeutic monitoring for efficacy and safety; evaluating for potential drug interaction; making recommendations regarding appropriate dosage adjustment; and effectively communicating to patients, families and other members of the healthcare team. In collaboration with other anticoagulation team members, the Anticoagulation Program Clinical Pharmacist will participate in the development, maintenance and direction of the Thrombosis Service; ensure appropriate, complete and accurate documentation in the Patient's Medical Record; perform the daily operations including data collection and analysis, and identifying performance improvement opportunities.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities including but not limited to:
+ Clinically reviews anticoagulation medication orders to identify patients receiving therapeutic doses of anticoagulation medications. Assessment should include, appropriate drug selection, medication allergy, dose, route of administration, indication for anticoagulation, relevant laboratory results, therapeutic duplication, drug interactions and age of patient.
+ Intervenes with appropriate health care professional when necessary, and documents clinical interventions consistent with departmental policy.
+ Appropriately enters dosing recommendations and other pertinent communications regarding the anticoagulation therapy into the Patient’s Medical Record.
+ Provides clinical guidance related to anticoagulation therapy to Nurses, physicians, Interns, medical students, and other members of the health care team. Participates in the Pharmacy Residency program as a clinical preceptor.
+ Provides anticoagulation drug information to medical staff and patients upon request or when need is apparent. Documents request into the intervention database in accordance with departmental policy
+ Responsible for day-to-day evaluation of patients on anticoagulation therapy to identify patients requiring close monitoring, evaluation of drug-drug interactions, monitoring of therapeutic lab results and communicating recommended adjustments to therapy to the appropriate provider managing the patient’s care.
+ Responsible for understanding and utilizing all technology to accomplish the above.
+ Serves as a liaison between the Anticoagulation Department and any health care provider
+ Pharmacists are responsible for their own professional development including, meeting all requirements for continuing education, keeping abreast of current professional literature, both from a clinical and medication safety perspective. Pharmacists are expected to participate in select pharmacy department activities such as the clinical staff meeting and clinical conferences.
+ Actively participates in continuous performance improvement activities of the department, including providing suggestions on how to improve day-to-day operations
+ Performs assigned projects in a efficient and timely manner
+ Demonstrates competency in all practice areas in which Anticoagulation Pharmacist duties are performed. Has completed all required departmental competency requirements.
+ Incorporates Lahey Clinic Guiding Principles, Mission Statement and Goals into daily activities.
+ Complies with all Lahey Clinic Policies.
+ Complies with behavioral expectations of the department and Lahey Clinic.
+ Maintains courteous and effective interactions with colleagues and patients.
+ Demonstrates an understanding of the job description, performance expectations, and competency assessment.
+ Demonstrates a commitment toward meeting and exceeding the needs of our customers and consistently adheres to Customer Service standards.
+ Participates in departmental and/or interdepartmental quality improvement activities.
+ Participates in and successfully completes Mandatory Education.
+ Performs all other duties as needed or directed to meet the needs of the department.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education: Must be a graduate of an accredited college of pharmacy with a current MA registration in Pharmacy
Licensure, Certification, Registration: Must possess a valid MA pharmacist license
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities: Demonstrates the ability to be thoroughly trained to meet the requirements of this job description.
Experience: Previous hospital pharmacy experience is preferred. Excellent communication, interpersonal skills and teamwork is required. Residency experience or board certification or equivalent experience preferred.
Scheduled Hours
40 Hours
About Us
Beth Israel Lahey Health is an integrated system providing patients with better care wherever they are. Care informed by world-class research and education. We are doctors and nurses, technicians and social workers, innovators and educators, and so many others. All with a shared vision for what healthcare can and should be. We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining top talent. We strive to create a diverse and inclusive workplace that reflects the communities in which we work and serve. With a team approach to care, we encourage learning and growth at all levels and offer competitive salaries and benefits.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans.
REQNUMBER: 166002-1A
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Clinical Pharmacist - Inpatient Pharmacy

Tufts Medical Center

Boston, MA
3 days ago
Boston, MA
3 days ago
Company Description

It takes a lot of very smart, hard-working and talented people to provide the level of care that we give to our patients. Tufts Medical Center is an internationally respected academic medical center and we pride ourselves not only on the sophistication of the care we deliver, but the compassionate way in which we provide it. And that starts with our employees!

Job Description

Clinical pharmacists (CP) at Tufts Medical Center work closely with other health practitioners to meet the various needs of our patients. They improve the health of patients by providing pharmaceutical care to individual patients and by serving as a resource to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Clinical pharmacists provide leadership by facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of hospital and departmental systems that promote desirable patient outcomes.  They educate students, interns, residents, nurses and patients and they participate in drug therapy research. Pharmacists review and approve medication orders, monitor drug therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, a clinical pharmacy specialist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:

  • Education, Training and Development
  • Provide continuing education for the Tufts Medical Center professional staffs (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses).
  • Serve as preceptor for co-operative education students and pharmacy interns.
  • Serve as a co-preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.
  • Educate other health care providers by publishing drug information articles in the pharmacy newsletter.
  • Policy and Procedure Development and Maintenance
  • Identify the need for, and create new policies and procedures.
  • Formulary Review and Maintenance
  • Participate in periodic reviews of therapeutic classes of drugs and present findings to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and others.
  • Prepare and present to the appropriate committees evidence-based reviews of drugs requested for formulary addition.
  • Initiate and facilitate completion of drug use evaluations.
  • Guideline Development and Implementation
  • Participate in the development and implementation of treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways.
  • Monitor compliance with treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways and present findings to the appropriate committees.
  • Ensure Optimal Drug Therapy
  • Participate in the development of departmental drug-specific and population-specific initiatives.
  • Detect and report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in a timely manner.
  • Provide clinical consultation to physicians, nurses and pharmacists.
  • Provide accurate, adequate and timely drug information to Tufts Medical Center professional staff.
  • Conduct medication history interviews, reconcile patients’ medication therapies and provide drug information to patients and their families.
  • Document in the medical record patient evaluations and recommendations, medication reconciliation and medication histories.
  • Document pharmacist interventions according to established policies.
  • Drug Cost Management
  • Identify changes in drug usage (volume and patterns) based on published literature and Tufts Medical Center practices.
  • Department of Pharmacy Operational Support
  • Collaborate with other pharmacists to provide service to every patient covered by a pharmacist team.  This includes weekend, holiday, evening, night and on-call coverage as described in departmental policies and procedures.
  • Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs
  • Participate by gathering and reporting data from one or more than one of the following Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs that relate to:
    •  People
    • Clinical excellence
    • Operational excellence
    •  Financial performance and growth
    • Safety and quality
    • Research
Qualifications

Clinical pharmacists must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision. They must be able to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule. They must be able to set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond quickly to emergency requests. Clinical pharmacists must be able to provide a high level of service to patients in a specialty practice.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each duty satisfactorily and be able to use various computer systems proficiently.  The candidate must be able to communicate effectively in English (orally and in writing).

CREDENTIALS:           

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a BS in Pharmacy or a PharmD degree. The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and has two years of related practice experience.  Board certification is not required but is encouraged.

 LICENSURE:   

  • Licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or eligibility.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Repetitive use of hand and fingers.
  • May required lifting and carrying light loads, including boxes, equipment, and stooping or kneeling
  • Must be able to physically operate equipment used for the job.

Additional Information

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT:

Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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CLINICAL PHARMACIST, AMBULATORY ONCOLOGY

Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)

Boston, MA
22 days ago
Boston, MA
22 days ago
Description
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CLINICAL PHARMACIST, AMBULATORY ONCOLOGY3146200

GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:

 


Clinical Pharmacists assume responsibility and accountability for the provision of safe, effective, and prompt medication therapy. Clinical Pharmacists proficiently provide direct patient-centered care and integrated pharmacy operational services in a practice setting with physicians, nurses, and other hospital personnel to deliver optimal medication therapy to patients with a broad range of disease states. These clinicians are aligned with target interdisciplinary programs and specialty services to deliver medication therapy management within specialty patient care services and to ensure pharmaceutical care programs are appropriately integrated throughout the institution. Pharmaceutical care services include but are not limited to assessing patient needs, incorporating age and disease specific characteristics into drug therapy and patient education, adjusting care according to patient response, and providing clinical interventions to detect, mitigate, and prevent medication adverse events. Clinical Pharmacists serve as a departmental resources and liaisons to other departments, hospital personnel, or external groups. They proficiently manage and facilitate the appropriate use of medications according to professional and regulatory standards. They also conduct clinical research and practice advancement projects as well as patient care quality and regulatory compliance initiatives designed to improve medication-use processes or pharmacy practice. Clinical Pharmacists provide medication and practice-related education/training and actively serve as preceptors for pharmacy residents and Doctor of Pharmacy students.


 

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   

 

 


Inpatient/Ambulatory Oncology Clinical Pharmacist:




 



An Outpatient Oncology Clinical Pharmacist collaborates with and serves as a resource for nurses, physicians and other clinicians who participate in the management of the oncology/hematology patient as well as other patients receiving care at the MGH Cancer Center.  He/she is responsible for coordinating and delivering pharmacy services in compliance with all applicable policies, regulatory agency requirements and state and federal laws.



Job-specific Responsibilities:


  • Reviews and monitors patient treatment (chemotherapy and ancillary) medications for appropriateness based on current clinical and institutional guidelines as well as patient-specific criteria.
  • Monitors patients’ medication regimens for drugs interactions, toxicities, and cost-effectiveness.
  • Assesses all medication orders to ensure they meet established standards and practice guidelines of MGH Cancer Center. Reports order discrepancies to appropriate staff promptly.
  • Advises clinicians on drug selection based on current clinical guidelines to optimize drug therapy.
  • Oversees the safe handling and preparation of various medications, including IV chemotherapy, IV antiemetics, IV steroids, and investigational chemotherapy drugs for outpatient and inpatient use.
  • Checks admixtures for accurate preparation, including the additive(s), parent solution, and label.
  • In conjunction with the Senior Attending Technician, oversees technician activities and performs quality control checks.
  • Accesses current clinical trial documents when reviewing clinical trial orders to ensure accuracy.
  • Maintains investigational medication logs.
  • Maintains current patient information files and records in the pharmacy department to maintain and support safe and consistent drug administration.
  • Adheres to safety requirements in the handling and preparation of chemotherapy and other hazardous agents according to current guidelines (USP 797, ASHP, NIOSH).
  • Oversees the ordering, storage and handling of medications and supplies.
  • Participates in education activities such as inservices.
  • Answers drug information questions.
  • Participates in the Safety Reporting System.  Identifies and reports therapy errors and adverse drug reactions.
  • Participates in the training, education and mentoring of other pharmacists and technicians and precepting of pharmacy students.
  • Participate in area specific staff and department meetings as necessary.
  • Participates in quality, safety and other project work outside of regular staffing duties.
  • May participate in research activities with publication or presentation at local and/or national meetings.
  • Assists in the development of policy and procedures.
  • May educate patients and their families to ensure their understanding of the goal, administration schedule and toxicity management of chemotherapy treatment and documents the activity and interventions in the medical record.


   

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:




Supervise pharmacy technicians inarea of practice.  This may includeaddressing personnel issues in lieu of the supervisor.



 


FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY:  




Enforces the formulary system.



Minimizes drug waste.




 


 




 

QUALIFICATIONS:



BS or PharmD degree in Pharmacy


Valid license to practice as a pharmacist in MA


 


Completionof ASHP accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency required and PGY2 Specialty PharmacyResidency preferred.


Clinicalpharmacy experience (2-4 years) in a hospital setting preferred (required if noPGY2 residency).


Exceptionalaptitude or knowledge may be considered in lieu of experience. Extensiveclinical experience and development may be considered in lieu of formaltraining.






 

SKILLS/ ABILITIES/ COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:




1.         Knowledgeof contemporary hospital/clinical practice and service



2.         Knowledgeand understanding of general hospital operations and regulatory compliance.



3.         Strongwritten and verbal communication skills.



4.         Abilityto interact constructively with supervisors, peers, and support personnel.



5.         Abilityto integrate clinical and distributive pharmacy services with qualityimprovement, teaching, research, and professional development activities.



6.         Significantgeneral clinical knowledge and expertise in traditional therapeutics andpatient centered care.



7.         Significantknowledge and expertise in advanced pharmacy practice, specialty medicationtherapy management, and specialty evidence-based medicine in area appropriatefor clinical assignments.



8.         Strongteaching and precepting skills and expertise in experiential training.



 


WORKING CONDITIONS:     




Able to lift up to 20 lbs.



Able to stand or sit for extended periods oftime.



 






Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.  


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CLINICAL PHARMACIST, AMBULATORY ONCOLOGY

Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)

Boston, MA
25 days ago
Boston, MA
25 days ago
Job Description
CLINICAL PHARMACIST, AMBULATORY ONCOLOGY

GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:

Clinical Pharmacists assume responsibility and accountability for the provision of safe, effective, and prompt medication therapy. Clinical Pharmacists proficiently provide direct patient-centered care and integrated pharmacy operational services in a practice setting with physicians, nurses, and other hospital personnel to deliver optimal medication therapy to patients with a broad range of disease states. These clinicians are aligned with target interdisciplinary programs and specialty services to deliver medication therapy management within specialty patient care services and to ensure pharmaceutical care programs are appropriately integrated throughout the institution. Pharmaceutical care services include but are not limited to assessing patient needs, incorporating age and disease specific characteristics into drug therapy and patient education, adjusting care according to patient response, and providing clinical interventions to detect, mitigate, and prevent medication adverse events. Clinical Pharmacists serve as a departmental resources and liaisons to other departments, hospital personnel, or external groups. They proficiently manage and facilitate the appropriate use of medications according to professional and regulatory standards. They also conduct clinical research and practice advancement projects as well as patient care quality and regulatory compliance initiatives designed to improve medication-use processes or pharmacy practice. Clinical Pharmacists provide medication and practice-related education/training and actively serve as preceptors for pharmacy residents and Doctor of Pharmacy students.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Inpatient/Ambulatory Oncology Clinical Pharmacist:





An Outpatient Oncology Clinical Pharmacist collaborates with and serves as a resource for nurses, physicians and other clinicians who participate in the management of the oncology/hematology patient as well as other patients receiving care at the MGH Cancer Center.He/she is responsible for coordinating and delivering pharmacy services in compliance with all applicable policies, regulatory agency requirements and state and federal laws.



Job-specific Responsibilities:


  • Reviews and monitors patient treatment (chemotherapy and ancillary) medications for appropriateness based on current clinical and institutional guidelines as well as patient-specific criteria.
  • Monitors patients’ medication regimens for drugs interactions, toxicities, and cost-effectiveness.
  • Assesses all medication orders to ensure they meet established standards and practice guidelines of MGH Cancer Center. Reports order discrepancies to appropriate staff promptly.
  • Advises clinicians on drug selection based on current clinical guidelines to optimize drug therapy.
  • Oversees the safe handling and preparation of various medications, including IV chemotherapy, IV antiemetics, IV steroids, and investigational chemotherapy drugs for outpatient and inpatient use.
  • Checks admixtures for accurate preparation, including the additive(s), parent solution, and label.
  • In conjunction with the Senior Attending Technician, oversees technician activities and performs quality control checks.
  • Accesses current clinical trial documents when reviewing clinical trial orders to ensure accuracy.
  • Maintains investigational medication logs.
  • Maintains current patient information files and records in the pharmacy department to maintain and support safe and consistent drug administration.
  • Adheres to safety requirements in the handling and preparation of chemotherapy and other hazardous agents according to current guidelines (USP 797, ASHP, NIOSH).
  • Oversees the ordering, storage and handling of medications and supplies.
  • Participates in education activities such as inservices.
  • Answers drug information questions.
  • Participates in the Safety Reporting System.Identifies and reports therapy errors and adverse drug reactions.
  • Participates in the training, education and mentoring of other pharmacists and technicians and precepting of pharmacy students.
  • Participate in area specific staff and department meetings as necessary.
  • Participates in quality, safety and other project work outside of regular staffing duties.
  • May participate in research activities with publication or presentation at local and/or national meetings.
  • Assists in the development of policy and procedures.
  • May educate patients and their families to ensure their understanding of the goal, administration schedule and toxicity management of chemotherapy treatment and documents the activity and interventions in the medical record.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:




Supervise pharmacy technicians inarea of practice.This may includeaddressing personnel issues in lieu of the supervisor.



FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY:




Enforces the formulary system.



Minimizes drug waste.







QUALIFICATIONS:



BS or PharmD degree in Pharmacy


Valid license to practice as a pharmacist in MA


Completionof ASHP accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency required and PGY2 Specialty PharmacyResidency preferred.


Clinicalpharmacy experience (2-4 years) in a hospital setting preferred (required if noPGY2 residency).


Exceptionalaptitude or knowledge may be considered in lieu of experience. Extensiveclinical experience and development may be considered in lieu of formaltraining.






SKILLS/ ABILITIES/ COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:




1.Knowledgeof contemporary hospital/clinical practice and service



2.Knowledgeand understanding of general hospital operations and regulatory compliance.



3.Strongwritten and verbal communication skills.



4.Abilityto interact constructively with supervisors, peers, and support personnel.



5.Abilityto integrate clinical and distributive pharmacy services with qualityimprovement, teaching, research, and professional development activities.



6.Significantgeneral clinical knowledge and expertise in traditional therapeutics andpatient centered care.



7.Significantknowledge and expertise in advanced pharmacy practice, specialty medicationtherapy management, and specialty evidence-based medicine in area appropriatefor clinical assignments.



8.Strongteaching and precepting skills and expertise in experiential training.




WORKING CONDITIONS:




Able to lift up to 20 lbs.



Able to stand or sit for extended periods oftime.








Job

Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications fromprotected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.


Primary Location MA-Boston-MGH Main Campus
Organization
MGH Main Campus (MGHMAIN)
55 Fruit Street
Boston, 02114
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Clinical Pharmacist - Critical Care Pharmacy - 17689

Tufts Medical Center

Boston, MA
26 days ago
Boston, MA
26 days ago
Company Description

It takes a lot of very smart, hard-working and talented people to provide the level of care that we give to our patients. Tufts Medical Center is an internationally respected academic medical center and we pride ourselves not only on the sophistication of the care we deliver, but the compassionate way in which we provide it. And that starts with our employees!

Job Description

This clinical pharmacy specialist collaborates with pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and other providers to ensure safe, effective and economical drug therapy, particularly in patients who are admitted to an adult intensive care unit. The pharmacist will maintain a broad-based practice that integrates operational oversight, at-the-bedside clinical services, and teaching. This clinical pharmacy specialist will work mostly evening shifts (e.g., 2:30 PM – 11:00 PM), including a weekend rotation.

Clinical pharmacists (CP) at Tufts Medical Center work closely with other health practitioners to meet the various needs of our patients. They improve the health of patients by providing pharmaceutical care to individual patients and by serving as a resource to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Clinical pharmacists provide leadership by facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of hospital and departmental systems that promote desirable patient outcomes.  They educate students, interns, residents, nurses and patients and they participate in drug therapy research. Pharmacists review and approve medication orders, monitor drug therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, a clinical pharmacy specialist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:

  • Review and approve all medication orders and provide timely responses to drug therapy questions for patients admitted to adult ICUs and assigned step-down units
  • Create and implement therapeutic drug monitoring plans and provide follow-up for medication related issues remaining from previous shifts
  • Conduct medication histories and reconcile patients’ admission medication orders
  • Reconcile discharge medication therapy plans and provide patient education for specific patients (e.g., patients to be transferred to long-term care facilities, patients discharged following an ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke, etc.)
  • Obtain a handoff from and consult with other Wellforce pharmacists while accepting responsibility for the care of critically ill patients transferred within the Wellforce system
  • Respond to medical emergencies (e.g., adult Code Blue, Stroke Code, Sepsis Alert, etc.)
  • Develop a practice to closely monitor analgesia and sedation medication orders during the evening shift in the Medical ICU and other units as necessary
  • Educate and serve as a preceptor to pharmacy students, PGY1 residents, and PGY2 residents
  • Educate pharmacists, nurses, and staff and resident physicians about medications and treatment protocols used to care for critically ill patients

Education, Training and Development

  • Provide continuing education for the Tufts Medical Center professional staffs (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses).
  • Serve as preceptor for co-operative education students and pharmacy interns.
  • Serve as a co-preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.
  • Educate other health care providers by publishing drug information articles in the pharmacy newsletter.

Policy and Procedure Development and Maintenance

  • Identify the need for, and create new policies and procedures.

Formulary Review and Maintenance

  • Participate in periodic reviews of therapeutic classes of drugs and present findings to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and others.
  • Prepare and present to the appropriate committees evidence-based reviews of drugs requested for formulary addition.
  • Initiate and facilitate completion of drug use evaluations.

Guideline Development and Implementation

  • Participate in the development and implementation of treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways.
  • Monitor compliance with treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways and present findings to the appropriate committees.

Ensure Optimal Drug Therapy

  • Participate in the development of departmental drug-specific and population-specific initiatives.
  • Detect and report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in a timely manner.
  • Provide clinical consultation to physicians, nurses and pharmacists.
  • Provide accurate, adequate and timely drug information to Tufts Medical Center professional staff.
  • Conduct medication history interviews, reconcile patients’ medication therapies and provide drug information to patients and their families.
  • Document in the medical record patient evaluations and recommendations, medication reconciliation and medication histories.
  • Document pharmacist interventions according to established policies.

Drug Cost Management

  • Identify changes in drug usage (volume and patterns) based on published literature and Tufts Medical Center practices.

Department of Pharmacy Operational Support

  • Collaborate with other pharmacists to provide service to every patient covered by a pharmacist team.  This includes weekend, holiday, evening, night and on-call coverage as described in departmental policies and procedures.

Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs

  • Participate by gathering and reporting data from one or more than one of the following Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs that relate to:
    • People
    • Clinical excellence
    • Operational excellence
    • Financial performance and growth
    • Safety and quality
    • Research
Qualifications

Clinical pharmacists must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision. They must be able to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule. They must be able to set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond quickly to emergency requests. Clinical pharmacists must be able to provide a high level of service to patients in a specialty practice.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each duty satisfactorily and be able to use various computer systems proficiently.  The candidate must be able to communicate effectively in English (orally and in writing).

CREDENTIALS: 

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a BS in Pharmacy or a PharmD degree. The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and has two years of related practice experience.  Board certification is not required but is encouraged. Has completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency and a PGY2 residency in Critical Care or Emergency Medicine. Candidates without formal postgraduate training should have at least three years of practice experience in the critical care setting.

 LICENSURE:   

  • Licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or eligibility,

WORK SCHEDULE:     

  • Full-time employment is 40 hours per week.  Includes evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as necessary.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Repetitive use of hand and fingers.
  • May required lifting and carrying light loads, including boxes, equipment, and stooping or kneeling
  • Must be able to physically operate equipment used for the job.

 

 


Additional Information

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT:

Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.  Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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CLINICAL PHARMACIST, AMBULATORY ONCOLOGY

Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)

Boston, MA
2 days ago
Boston, MA
2 days ago
GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
Clinical Pharmacists assume responsibility and accountability for the provision of safe, effective, and prompt medication therapy. Clinical Pharmacists proficiently provide direct patient-centered care and integrated pharmacy operational services in a practice setting with physicians, nurses, and other hospital personnel to deliver optimal medication therapy to patients with a broad range of disease states. These clinicians are aligned with target interdisciplinary programs and specialty services to deliver medication therapy management within specialty patient care services and to ensure pharmaceutical care programs are appropriately integrated throughout the institution. Pharmaceutical care services include but are not limited to assessing patient needs, incorporating age and disease specific characteristics into drug therapy and patient education, adjusting care according to patient response, and providing clinical interventions to detect, mitigate, and prevent medication adverse events. Clinical Pharmacists serve as a departmental resources and liaisons to other departments, hospital personnel, or external groups. They proficiently manage and facilitate the appropriate use of medications according to professional and regulatory standards. They also conduct clinical research and practice advancement projects as well as patient care quality and regulatory compliance initiatives designed to improve medication-use processes or pharmacy practice. Clinical Pharmacists provide medication and practice-related education/training and actively serve as preceptors for pharmacy residents and Doctor of Pharmacy students.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Inpatient/Ambulatory Oncology Clinical Pharmacist:
An Outpatient Oncology Clinical Pharmacist collaborates with and serves as a resource for nurses, physicians and other clinicians who participate in the management of the oncology/hematology patient as well as other patients receiving care at the MGH Cancer Center. He/she is responsible for coordinating and delivering pharmacy services in compliance with all applicable policies, regulatory agency requirements and state and federal laws.
Job-specific Responsibilities:
  • Reviews and monitors patient treatment (chemotherapy and ancillary) medications for appropriateness based on current clinical and institutional guidelines as well as patient-specific criteria.
  • Monitors patients' medication regimens for drugs interactions, toxicities, and cost-effectiveness.
  • Assesses all medication orders to ensure they meet established standards and practice guidelines of MGH Cancer Center. Reports order discrepancies to appropriate staff promptly.
  • Advises clinicians on drug selection based on current clinical guidelines to optimize drug therapy.
  • Oversees the safe handling and preparation of various medications, including IV chemotherapy, IV antiemetics, IV steroids, and investigational chemotherapy drugs for outpatient and inpatient use.
  • Checks admixtures for accurate preparation, including the additive(s), parent solution, and label.
  • In conjunction with the Senior Attending Technician, oversees technician activities and performs quality control checks.
  • Accesses current clinical trial documents when reviewing clinical trial orders to ensure accuracy.
  • Maintains investigational medication logs.
  • Maintains current patient information files and records in the pharmacy department to maintain and support safe and consistent drug administration.
  • Adheres to safety requirements in the handling and preparation of chemotherapy and other hazardous agents according to current guidelines (USP 797, ASHP, NIOSH).
  • Oversees the ordering, storage and handling of medications and supplies.
  • Participates in education activities such as inservices.
  • Answers drug information questions.
  • Participates in the Safety Reporting System. Identifies and reports therapy errors and adverse drug reactions.
  • Participates in the training, education and mentoring of other pharmacists and technicians and precepting of pharmacy students.
  • Participate in area specific staff and department meetings as necessary.
  • Participates in quality, safety and other project work outside of regular staffing duties.
  • May participate in research activities with publication or presentation at local and/or national meetings.
  • Assists in the development of policy and procedures.
  • May educate patients and their families to ensure their Partner's Healthcare is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
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ICU (RN-ICU)

e-Solutions

Minot, ND
29 days ago
Minot, ND
29 days ago
Job Description:
REQUIRED:
Must Be Currently Living Over 100 Miles Away From Facility
1 Year in Specialty - Willingness to Float to Similar Units
AHA BLS (InHand) + AHA ACLS (InHand) + TNCC (InHand)
AHA PALS (InHand) + NIHSS+ Pass Mask Fit Test
DETAILS:
NEED MIDDLE INITIAL TO SEND TO FACILITY
LENGTH OF ASSIGNMENT: 8-13 Weeks
SHIFT: 12 D/N + 2 Out of 4 Weekends + Every Other Holiday
ORIENTATION: Every Monday
FLOAT: Yes - To Areas Within Scope
SCRUBS: Solid Eggplant Color (No Trim or Patterns)
BILL RATE: ***
Position Urgency:
Normal
Shifts:
12 D/N
State License Details:
Upon Acceptance
Minimum Years of Experience:
1
Minimum Guaranteed Hours:
36
Specialty Type:
Nursing
Sub Specialty:
Intensive Care / Coronary Nurse (ICU)
General Certifications:
ACLSBLS/BCLSPALS
Bilingual:
No
EMR Used:
Cerner
Holiday Coverage Required:
Yes
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Clinical Pharmacist

Option Care

Boston, MA
17 days ago
Boston, MA
17 days ago

Extraordinary Care. Extraordinary Careers.

With the nation’s largest home infusion provider, there is no limit to the growth of your career.

Option Care Health, Inc. is the largest independent home and alternate site infusion services provider in the United States. With over 6,000 team members including 2,900 clinicians, we work compassionately to elevate standards of care for patients with acute and chronic conditions in all 50 states. Through our clinical leadership, expertise and national scale, Option Care Health is re-imagining the infusion care experience for patients, customers and employees.

At Option Care Health we recognize that part of being extraordinary is supporting and building  a workforce that is as diverse as the patients and communities we serve.
Join a company that is taking action to develop a culture that is more inclusive, respectful, engaging and rewarding for all team members. We are committed to hiring, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce.

Job Description Summary:

The Clinical Pharmacist is a licensed professional who is responsible for providing safe and appropriate pharmacy services to Option Care patients in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Option Care, pharmacy practice professional standards, and applicable regulatory entities. This is an entry level position into the practice of clinical pharmacy in the alternate setting. The staff Clinical Pharmacist coordinates patient services with the Nursing Department, monitors patient progress toward goals and educates patients, caregivers, staff and other professionals regarding appropriate medication use.

Job Description:

Job Responsibilities (listed in order of importance and/or time spent)

  • Determines the suitability of individual patients for home care. Collects and organizes all patient-specific information needed to determine the suitability of patients for home care. Assesses patients' suitability for home care in accordance with Option Care policies.  Medical condition and prescribed medication therapy suitable for home care services and prognosis with clearly defined outcome goals.
  • Designs, recommends, monitors and evaluates patient-specific pharmacy care plans for the pharmacotherapy of home care patients.  When appropriate, makes suitable recommendations for modifications in the prescribed medication therapy or monitoring parameters for a home care patient. Collects and organizes patient-specific information needed to prevent, detect, and resolve medication-related problems and to make appropriate medication therapy recommendations.  Appropriate monitoring parameters are identified for each patient. Completes nutritional assessment of patients and makes appropriate recommendation.
  • Modifies the pharmacy care plans for home care patients based on evaluation of monitoring data and other pertinent patient-specific information. Competent in use of pharmacokinetic principles and formulas. Competent in assessing patient laboratory values.
  • Provides medication-use education to Option Care staff, other professionals, home care patients and/or their caregivers. Uses effective patient education techniques to provide counseling to home care patients and/or their caregivers.
  • Ensures continuity of pharmaceutical care to and from the home and other patient-care settings. Uses a systematic procedure to communicate pertinent patient information to and from the home and other patient-care settings. Prepares and dispenses medications using appropriate techniques and following Option Care policies and procedures. Accurately calibrates equipment. Prepares medications so they are appropriately concentrated, without incompatibilities, stable, and appropriately stored. Adheres to appropriate safety and quality assurance practices. Prepares labels that conform to the organization's policies and procedures. Medication contains all necessary and/or appropriate ancillary labels. Inspects the final medication before dispensing. Assures presence of authorization to dispense. Complies with state/federal laws and USP standards, including Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) controlled substance regulations set forth by the state and DEA.  Complies with policies regarding the perpetual inventory systems for schedule II narcotics, controlled substances and other medications subject to diversion.
  • Manages the use, maintenance, and troubleshooting of medication administration equipment and medication-related equipment used in the management of home care patients. Accurately programs, maintains and gives advice to others on the use and maintenance of all medication administration and medication-related equipment used by Option Care. Participates in the process for assessing, managing, and reporting medication-related incidents and equipment error and/or failures. Accurately completes QAR documents according to the Option Care policy. Monitors and reports discrepancies in perpetual inventory systems for schedule II narcotics and other medications subject to diversion.
  • Provides concise, applicable, and timely response to requests for drug information from health care providers and home care patients. Formulates responses to drug information requests based on analysis of the literature. Attends educational seminars or participates in other CEU opportunities in order to promote professional competency and complies with state mandated CEU requirements.
  • Manages the use of investigational drug products according to established regulations and Option Care policies and procedures. Utilizes pharmacy support personnel effectively. Prioritizes the workload and organizes the workflow, taking into account available resources. Needed work is accomplished in the time available. Ensures the accuracy of the work of pharmacy support personnel. 
  • In all activities, complies with accreditation, legal, regulatory, and safety requirements.
  • Maintains confidentiality of patient and proprietary information. Observes legal and ethical guidelines for safeguarding the confidentiality of patient and proprietary Option Care information.

Supervisory Responsibilities

Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?

(i.e. hiring, recommending/approving promotions and pay increases, scheduling, performance reviews, discipline, etc.)

No      X

Yes        

Basic Education and/or Experience Requirements

  • Graduate of an accredited School of Pharmacy.  
  • Current, active Pharmacy license as granted by the State Board of Pharmacy
  • One of the following:  One of the following:  (a) At least one 1 year of experience in sterile IV admixture procedures (b) knowledge of non-sterile compounding, immunizations and medication therapy management (MTM)  (c) completion of an ASHP accredited Pharmacy Residency Program, (d) completion of an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience associated with an accredited school of pharmacy or (e) equivalent experience as approved by the Vice President (VP) of Pharmacy and/or Sr. Vice President (SVP) of Clinical Services

Basic Qualifications

  • Access to a reliable means of transportation which will enable the incumbents to make home visits to treat/attend to their patients. If such means of transportation would include a personal vehicle, a valid driver’s license and a proof of insurance would be required.
  • Experience providing customer service to internal and external customers, including meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
  • Basic level skill in Microsoft Word (for example:  opening a document, cutting, pasting and aligning text, selecting font type and size, changing margins and column width, sorting, inserting bullets, pictures and dates, using find and replace, undo, spell check, track changes, review pane and/or print functions).
  • Basic level skill in Microsoft Excel (for example: opening a workbook, inserting a row, selecting font style and size, formatting cells as currency, using copy, paste and save functions, aligning text, selecting cells, renaming a worksheet, inserting a column, selecting a chart style, inserting a worksheet, setting margins, selecting page orientation, using spell check and/or printing worksheets).
  • Basic skill level in Microsoft PowerPoint (for example: inserting, rearranging, hiding and deleting slides, navigating between slides, increasing list level, adding, centering and editing text, changing views, inserting a table or a note, moving objects, printing outline view and/or running a slide show).

Travel Requirements:  (if required)

Willing to travel up to 5 % of the time for business purposes (within state).

Preferred Qualifications & Interests (PQIs)

  • Completion of an ASHP accredited Pharmacy Residency Program or an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience associated with an accredited school of pharmacy
  • Experience in home care, hospital or other clean room setting

Management Requirements:

At least 1 year of experience in indirect management of team members, including assisting in the development, training and assignment of work/projects to other team members. 

Option Care Health subscribes to a policy of equal employment opportunity, making employment available without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status according to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information.

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Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Multiple Myeloma

Dana Farber

Boston, MA
24 days ago
Boston, MA
24 days ago
Job ID:
22089

Location:
450 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA 02215

Category:
Pharmacy

Employment Type:
Full time

Overview

The Multiple Myeloma clinical pharmacy specialist ­­­­is responsible for providing clinical pharmacy services to patients in the Multiple Myeloma disease area. The pharmacist will work collaboratively with other disciplines to optimize the pharmaceutical care of these patients, including medication reconciliation, patient education, drug therapy monitoring, supportive care management, and medication/chemotherapy review. The pharmacist will also participate in the development of policies, procedures, teaching documents, education and/or monitoring tools, workflow design, and other initiatives that will improve and/or expand the program.

Located in Boston and the surrounding communities, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute brings together world renowned clinicians, innovative researchers and dedicated professionals, allies in the common mission of conquering cancer, HIV/AIDS and related diseases. Combining extremely talented people with the best technologies in a genuinely positive environment, we provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients of all ages; we conduct research that advances treatment; we educate tomorrow's physician/researchers; we reach out to underserved members of our community; and we work with amazing partners, including other Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals.

Requirements

Pharmacists are responsible for the optimization of drug therapy by identifying, resolving, and preventing drug-related problems and adverse drug events.

  • Evaluates medication appropriateness
  • Provides drug information, patient education and clinical services
  • Ensures the daily operations of the multiple myeloma clinical pharmacy services
  • Participates in process and quality improvement
  • Has a working knowledge of and is able to use all technology required to perform daily duties.
  • Adheres to department standards/teamwork/collaboration
  • Completes competency assessments
  • Demonstrates critical thinking
  • Precept residents and students as assigned.
  • Participate in clinical projects and research.
  • Provides education to nursing, pharmacy and medical staff.
  • Participates in assigned institute multidisciplinary committees
  • Initiates and participates in special projects

Qualifications

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited college of Pharmacy and must be licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
  • 3 to 5 years of hospital pharmacy experience is required as well as a minimum of 4 years of oncology speciality experience or the completion of a PGY-2 Oncology residency.

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is an equal opportunity employer and affirms the right of every qualified applicant to receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, age, ancestry, military service, protected veteran status, or other groups as protected by law.

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Job Type

full-time

Posted

30 days ago

Description

We are a busy retail and compounding pharmacy that is looking to add a diligent and knowledgeable pharmacist to our staff. We offer great very competitive reimbursement, benefits and a positive working atmosphere.

***Ideal candidate will have several years of compounding experience as well as strong knowledge of Billing And Third-Party Adjudication***

Other Common Duties:

Preparing medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders;

detecting therapeutic incompatibilities.

Dispensing medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals. Controling medications by monitoring drug therapies; advising interventions.