In collaboration with physicians and other members of the care team, our clinical pharmacists provide a wide array of clinical pharmacy services, ranging from primary care to targeted high-risk, high-cost specialty care. They care for diverse patient populations across all lines of business.
The majority of patient care is provided virtually via telephone, however, decentralized clinical pharmacists can work with patients face-to-face in the clinic. Sample patient care activities include: Collaborative Drug Therapy Agreements (CDTA) in various therapeutic areas, Primary Care Chronic Disease Management (CDM): asthma, diabetes, ASCVD, and hypertension Specialty CDM opportunities: Hepatitis C, HIV/PrEP, MS Medicare Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Program, Medication consults to primary care and specialty care teams, Hospital discharge medication reconciliation, Medication Use Management (MUM) - initiatives to improve affordability and/or safety, Quality - initiatives to improve patient care and organizational performance on HEDIS and CMS 5-Star measures.
Support statewide clinical pharmacy services in partnership with key stakeholders to provide medication management of targeted patient populations, disease states, and high cost medications. Provide clinical consults and drug educations for complex patients. Accountable for affordability, quality and productivity targets specified by Pharmacy department
Work with clinical teams to identify and develop quality/safety initiatives. Provide drug education for local clinical staff and ensure integrated communication.
Support development of clinical education for assigned areas and support training to ensure staff achieve clinical/standard work competencies (peer review) and professional development targets. Provide support as clinical content expert/leader and/or operational program performance leader as specified.
Lead or support regional leadership and/or external stakeholders to innovate and identify new opportunities and ways to improve performance and growth.
CLINICAL PHARMACIST AT FACTORIA & REDMOND. POSITION CAN ALSO BE FILLED BY A CERTIFIED BPS CLINICAL PHARMACIST.
Minimum three (3) years of clinical pharmacy experience in multidisciplinary team environment.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD)
Completion of PGY1 residency OR equivalent professional experience
License, Certification, Registration
Washington State Pharmacist license required by date of hire/transfer.
Able to obtain BPS Board certification within 2 years of hire/transfer.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills (including presentations)
Experience in educating physicians and other members of the care team
Strong medication evaluation skills and ability to apply knowledge to patient care
Strong time-management skills, ability to prioritize workload, and optimize efficiency
Ability to problem solve and innovate
Work effectively in team-based environment
Critical analysis skills - able to evaluate data, interpret findings, and clearly communicate observations/recommendations to target audience (e.g., physicians, nurses, patients, leadership)
Excellent customer service skills and patient-centered orientation
Strong leadership skills and ability to lead/influence teams
Up-to-date knowledge of pharmacotherapy
Fluent with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)Able to seek out additional tools and resources as needed.
Must have excellent customer service skills.
Experienced clinical leader in working with interdisciplinary teams.
Must have strong medication evaluation skills and ability to apply to patient care.
Clinical pharmacy experience in the ambulatory care / clinic setting.
Completion of PGY2 residency OR equivalent professional experience
Primary Location: Washington,Bellevue,Factoria Medical Center 13451 SE 36th St.
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40 Shift: Day Workdays: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri Working Hours Start: 8:00 AM Working Hours End: 6:00 PM Job Schedule:
Full-time Job Type: Standard Employee Status: Regular Employee Group/Union Affiliation:
UFCW Pharmacy Job Level: Individual Contributor Job Category: Pharmacy Department:
Clinical Pharmacy Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
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